Sanef, journalists take censorship fight to SABC's doorstep


Journalists are expected to picket outside the SABCs Auckland Park offices on Friday morning.

JOHANNESBURG - Members of Sanef and journalists from across the country will picket outside the SABC’s Auckland Park offices on Friday morning.

This as three members of staff are expected to appear before a disciplinary committee after being charged with misconduct

They raised concerns with the public broadcaster’s COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng over recent editorial decisions.

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Motsoeneng banned all visuals of violent protests.

Sanef called on SABC management to reverse the decision, labelling it self-censorship.

Earlier this week, acting CEO Jimi Matthews resigned, saying the corrosive atmosphere in the organisation affected his moral judgment.

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