An apology from the controversial journalist to his media house and his readers. Caxton Professor of Journalism at Wits University and former eNCA editor-in-chief Anton Harber spoke with eNCA's Sally Burdett. Courtesy of #DStv403
JOHANNESBURG - An apology may not be enough to keep Pretoria News Editor Piet Rampedi out of trouble.
The Gauteng government plans to institute legal action against him and the Independent Media group after the newsgroup published a story on Gosiame Sithole's decuplets.
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Independent Media alleged Steve Biko Academic Hospital was trying to cover up medical negligence.
The Gauteng government says Tembisa Hospital staff have determined Sithole was not recently pregnant nor gave birth.
The Gauteng government plans to institute legal action against Pretoria News Editor Piet Rampedi and Independent Media after the news group published a story on #GosiameSithole's decuplets. More details on #eNCA #DStv403 #SouthAfricanMorning pic.twitter.com/kayv58OPqN— eNCA (@eNCA) June 24, 2021