SABC puts job cuts on hold as pressure mounts

After an emergency meeting last Thursday, the SABC board said the issuing of retrenchment notices would be put on hold for seven days

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SABC board likely to make final decision on retrenchments next week

Members of the Communications Workers Union picketed outside the broadcaster’s headquarters in Auckland Park on Friday


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