Bankrupt SABC does not have the ability nor the will to stop the rot

Die Vryburger

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Bankrupt SABC does not have the ability nor the will to stop the rot
Bankrupt SABC does not have the ability nor the will to stop the rot

Scopa, the parliament’s standing committee for public accounts, chased away the SABC’s team because no information could be provided about R4.9 billion unlawful expenses.

According to Scopa, the national broadcaster does not have the will or ability to stop the rotting process in the state entity. The SABC was again given a chance until next Wednesday to submit their presentation.

The broadcaster is technically bankrupt, and opinion makers say the SABC has no right to continue as long as the taxpayers ‘money is used to fill poor managers and directors’ wallets.

The possibility is great that the reporting team will not be ready on the set day, but the Committee does not have the power to act against the perpetrators.

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