SABC 'unfazed' by EFF threats
The party has accused the national broadcaster of being biased and a puppet of the ruling party.
JOHANNESBURG - The South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) says it's not bothered by allegations made by the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) that it's biased and is a puppet of the African National Congress (ANC).
He said the SABC did not cover his party's rally because it was told by the ANC told them not to.
Malema also said members should prepare to march to the public broadcaster's offices in Auckland Park, soon, where they'll burn their TV licences.
SABC spokesperson Kaizer Kganyago says the public broadcaster always refrains from having close ties with any political party or organisation.
"We are not lenient to any political party or union. We are a public service broadcaster."
He says it's unfortunate that people who are supposed to lead the country are the ones persuading people not to abide by the law.
"Payment of a TV license is the law, not a favour to the SABC, and to have people who are lawmakers urging the public to break the law is very unfortunate."
Kganyago says the SABC will be ready for the EFF when it marches to its headquarters.