The South African Broadcasting Corporation has released the findings of its year-long investigation into allegations of editorial interference, saying it will take disciplinary action against those who have been implicated.
SABC to Take Disciplinary Action Against Those Implicated in Editorial Interference Report
News24Wire, 5 August 2019
The SABC released the findings of its year-long investigation into allegations of editorial interference on Monday. Read more »
SABC headquarters in Johannesburg (file photo).
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