The SABC says it has strong evidence that the airing of an unedited version of President Cyril Ramaphosa speech to the nation last week was a result of sabotage. 

The public broadcaster was left red-faced on Thursday evening, apologising profusely for playing the wrong pre-recorded televised message by Ramaphosa, in the midst of xenophobic attacks in Gauteng, and protests against violence against women. 

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