Primedia acting-CEO says company taking allegations against DJs seriously

Geraint Crwys-Williams, Primedia acting CEO, spoke with eNCA's Anlie Hattingh. Courtesy of #DStv403

JOHANNESBURG - Primedia acting CEO, Geraint Crwys-Williams, said the company takes rape allegations against DJ Fresh and Euphonik seriously.

The pair will be stepping away from the limelight, amid rape allegations against them.

READ: DJ Fresh and Euphonik step back amid rape allegations

Geraint Crwys-Williams, acting Primedia CEO said, "in a statement earlier and in a number of statements we've made it clear that we take these sorts of matters extremely seriously."

"We apply an ongoing and very rigorous and internal process to the system we have and with very clear that we are in the hands of authorities and we look forward to them dealing with this expeditiously as possible in the interests of both the victims and DJ Fresh and Euphonik." 

"We are convinced that they <law enforcement> will do so and reach the just conclusion."


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