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SABC announces chairpersons for Commissions of Inquiry into editorial interference and sexual harassment

JOHANNESBURG, June 20 – The South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) on Wednesday announced the chairpersons of the recently established high-level Commissions of Inquiry into editorial interference and sexual harassment. Acting group chief officer, Nomsa Philiso said that Dr Joe Thloloe will chair the inquiry relating to editorial interference in the newsroom and Barbara Watson will […]

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