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The SABC's chief audit executive, Thamsanqa (Thami) Zikode, has reportedly survived an assassination attempt on Friday, 7 June. He was apparently followed home from the SABC by the would-be assassins.
Cricket fans without DSTV will not be able to watch any of the remaining World Cup matches live. This is because SABC was only able to secure the rights to broadcast two live matches, which were the Proteas' first matches.
Having failed to better their financial situation for 2019, the SABC will be receiving money from the National Treasury. The exact amount that will be allocated to the SABC has not yet been released to the public.
On the campaign trail, former SABC COO, Hlaudi Motsoeneng, bragged that he had a shot at the presidency. This year's election dashed his hopes, however, as he only won 0.03% of the vote (just under 4 000 votes)
Award-winning media personality, Relebogile Mabotja, bid farewell to Radio 702 on Friday. She sought greener pastures with MetroFM's FreshBreakFast Show. Relebogile joined DJ Fresh on the #FreshBreakFast this morning.
A pair of SABC journalists was reportedly robbed in Alexandra on Tuesday. Reporter Natasha Phiri and cameraman Sbu Mcedane were confronted by men who stole their camera after trying and failing to hijack their car.