ANN7's former editor, Rajesh Sundaram, has revealed to the Zondo Commission of Inquiry that former South African president Jacob Zuma was actively involved in the running of the now defunct TV news channel. Sundaram added that Zuma did not want it to be too obvious that the channel had ANC links.
ANN7 Launch Was a Disaster, Ex-Editor Tells Inquiry
News24Wire, 3 June 2019
Former ANN7 editor Rajesh Sundaram, who was tasked with kick-starting the channel, has described how the launch of the news station was a "train wreck", adding that he had little… Read more »
Former Gupta Editor Grilled Over Accuracy of Zuma Quotes
Daily Maverick, 4 June 2019
Rajesh Sundaram's recollection of his time at ANN7 covered four meetings with former president Jacob Zuma and claims of rough and raw dummy news bulletins that included a dash of… Read more »
'My Visa Was Cleared Fairly Quickly Within a Matter of a Day' - Ex-ANN7 Editor Tells State Capture Inquiry
Former editor of TV news channel ANN7, Rajesh Sundaram, has told the judicial commission on inquiry into allegations of state capture that Gupta associate Ashu Chawla used his… Read more »
Zuma Had Hands-On Role in Running of ANN7, Inquiry Hears
Former president Jacob Zuma was actively involved in the running of the now defunct TV news channel ANN7, the state capture inquiry heard on Monday. Read more »
South African ruling party the African National Congress has applied to question former Bosasa chief Angelo Agrizzi at the commission of inquiry into state capture. Environmental ... Read more »
Angelo Agrizzi has returned to the witness stand at the Zondo Commission of Inquiry, making his appearance in the wake of several death threats. Prior testimony from the former ... Read more »
Revelations from Angelo Agrizzi's testimony at the Zondo Commission of Inquiry have revealed how journalists were allegedly paid to spin news about the embattled company at the ... Read more »
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