[Cartoon] Let's put the SABC out of our misery

EWN's Dr Jack & Curtis take a dig at the state of the public broadcaster as a new interim board takes over to try resuscitate it.

Parliament’s communication committee has chosen five people who will form an interim board for the SABC.

The interim board members are Mathatha Tsedu, Febe Potgieter-Gqubule, Krish Naidoo, Khanyisile Kwayema and John Mattison.

The National Assembly is expected to endorse a five-member interim board for SABC next week.

The cartoon was first published on EWN.


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