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SABC to probe sexual misconduct and editorial interference allegations

JOHANNESBURG, May 31 – The SA Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) will set up two commissions of inquiry to investigate ”sex for jobs” allegations and interference with journalists’ work in newsrooms, as the scandal-ridden public broadcaster cleans up the house, acting CEO Nomsa Philiso said on Thursday. This follows recommendations by Parliament’s communication committee to deal with […]

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#WorldNoTobaccoDay: WHO urges countries to raise taxes on products Tobacco

Johannesburg, May 31 –  As the “World No Tobacco Day 2018″ is commemorated globally, the World Health Organisation (WHO) has called on countries to raise taxes on tobacco products to make them less affordable. WHO in a message on Wednesday to commemorate the day celebrated annually on May 31, also urged countries to enforce comprehensive […]