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SABC probing possible breach of editorial code in VBS Mutual Bank matter

JOHANNESBURG, October 20 – The South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) has taken action to investigate possible breaches in its editorial code, the public broadcaster said on Saturday. “This pertains to the manner in which the coverage of the VBS Mutual Bank (VBS) story was handled by its newsroom in Polokwane,” SABC spokesperson Neo Momodu said […]

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