JOHANNESBURG - The South African National Editors' Forum (Sanef) has condemned as disgraceful, proclamations made by ANC head of races Fikile Mbalula after he faulted the SABC for the ANC's lackluster showing in the races.
Mbalula blamed the public telecaster for not showing the great side of the ANC by zeroing in on regrettable help conveyance issues.
Sanef said Mbalula's assault on the SABC was unmerited.
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It likewise said Mbalula ought to promptly stop the individual assault on SABC news head Phatiswa Magopeni - saying in the past this energized cyberbullying by party individuals and his supporters.
Sanef said it seems Mbalula anticipated that the SABC should overlook the horrible showing of ANC-run committees and work like a drawn out advertising machine of the ANC.
In the mean time, Timeslive is detailing that the SABC has accused Magopeni of carelessness and bringing the public telecaster into unsavoriness.
This is after analytical news program Special Assignment circulated a scene that the SABC had been prohibited by the High Court from broadcasting.
The SABC is yet to remark.
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