The commercially insolvent SABC had developed a five-year strategy that assumed it would survive on its own without any funding from the fiscus, the broadcaster’s chair, Khathutshelo Ramukumba, has told parliament.

The strategy hinges on the SABC generating enough income on its own to fund its public service mandate — at a cost of about R2bn a year — to inform, educate and entertain citizens in all official languages...

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