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SABC: What about other langauges?

2012-08-30 09:27
I agree fully with the study. My observation is that the SABC does not care about Bapedi, Batswana and Basotho.

They do not even care about young men, there is nothing relevant for them during primetime.

And why are we surprised by crime, drug and alchohol abuse among this group. All they care about is the maximum
income groups, hence the lazy, counterproductive, uncreative and monotonous approach of a train of never-ending

When will we see different faces and new writers and new producers. The law says I must pay my TV license and
I will only do it for fear of the law. Even though they will take it to America where unemployment is lower than
here at home. I do not believe those in charge of programing at the SABC, even watch SABC.

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In total agreement with the study done surrounding the SABC's constant repeats, this user feels that the broadcaster is missing out on a target audience.
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