Vavi-led delegation meets with Motsoeneng over policy changes

Vavi & others secured a meeting with Motsoeneng about controversial editorial policy changes at the SABC.

Secretary Zwelinzima Vavi outside the SABC offices in Auckland Park today speaking against censorship. Picture: Christa Eybers/EWN.

JOHANNESBURG - A delegation led by former Cosatu General Secretary Zwelinzima Vavi is meeting with the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng about recent controversial policy changes at the national broadcaster.

Dozens of Journalists and union members gathered outside the SABC offices in Auckland Park today calling for an end to censorship.

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Three journalists have been suspended for questioning the ban on visuals of protests, while three others are facing disciplinary action.

Vavi and others managed to secure a meeting with Motsoeneng about the controversial editorial policy changes at the SABC.

They've been discussing the issue behind closed doors for the past few hours.



Meanwhile, a group of journalists, dressed in black, marched to the Constitutional Court to hand over a memorandum.

They want the suspended journalists to be reinstated, and are calling for an end to all forms of censorship.