It is rough at the SABC today. No question. Sadly we laughed and were entertained when a dismally unqualified man was allowed to run that place to the ground by an unsuitable leadership of Zuma and Muthambi. Bad decisions have consequences and innocent people always suffer.
It's so sad.The legacy of the old man from Nkandla and his dokolwane Hlaudi.We are still gonna feel his destruction for many years for Cosatu they must close shop.Guptas and their cronies destroyed all the SOEs under their nose they did nothing.
The legacy of that man, we never experienced so much loadshedding. At whose term did the SABC start collapsing? People wanna privatize everything hence why they making unnecessary man made financial loses.
For the record Hlaudi left sabc with over R8000 000 000 in the sabc account. The educated chaps that took over from him can’t even raise R100 000
Part of a turnaround strategy unfortunately involves retrenchments among others and it will be the case with many SOEs if there's any chance for them to survive. Its painful but necessary.
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