Cash-strapped state broadcaster SABC will on Monday receive R2.1bn of the R3.2bn bailout it requested from the government to keep its cameras and microphones on.

Communications and digital technologies minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams said in a briefing in Pretoria that the first tranche will be paid as the broadcaster has met five of the eight preconditions set by the Treasury...

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