Johannesburg, 18 May 2016 - The ANC denies there's any bad blood between President Zuma and Pravin Gordhan, after the finance minister released a statement on reports of his 'imminent' arrest. ANC's spokesperson Zizi Kodwa speaks to eNCA.
JOHANNESBURG – ANC National Executive Committee member and party spokesperson, Zizi Kodwa has accused the media of having an agenda towards the SABC.
Kodwa took to twitter following the BlackFriday protest against the public broadcaster after it decided not to show footage of protesters on a rampage in Limpopo and Tshwane and suspended staff members.
Several journalists have been suspended for raising their objections to new editorial policies that have been described as censorship.
Salute to all SABC staff, notwithstanding the serious management issues they face, but stood firm indefence of the corporation SaveOurSaBC— Zizi Kodwa (@zizikodwa) July 1, 2016
SABC faces a number of management issues and must be attended to, however, this mustn&39;t be used to capture the corporation @SABCNewsOnline— Zizi Kodwa (@zizikodwa) July 1, 2016
We welcome the fact we know abt SABC tribulations as a public broadcaster, a lot happens in other media houses re Racism SaveOurSABC— Zizi Kodwa (@zizikodwa) July 1, 2016
When ENCA refuses to show a footage of a reporter wearing a doek, only few black reporters protest outside, where is principle SaveOurSABC— Zizi Kodwa (@zizikodwa) July 1, 2016
When EWN/702 calls ppl who voted ANC dogs, media doesn&39;t organise pickets to show it&39;s outrage, this is disingenuous, SaveOurSABC— Zizi Kodwa (@zizikodwa) July 1, 2016