Skip to comments.Zuma tells South Africa’s main broadcaster not to report on calls for him to stand down…
Posted on 12/25/2013 3:11:45 PM PST by Olog-hai
The South African public broadcaster has been warned not to report on calls for Jacob Zuma to step down as president, according to campaign groups.
A spokesman from the countrys Right2Know group said the interference makes a mockery of the principle of freedom of expression.
The claim, which is denied by the South African Broadcasting Corporation, was reported by Right2Know and fellow campaign group SOS Coalition.
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Indeed, this must have been what the liberals say Mandela wanted for the country. Right?
Zuma tells South Africas main broadcaster not to report on calls for him to stand down from presidency
Obama doesn’t have to give orders to the networks. They follow him slavishly regardless.
Venezuela was trying to get the compliant courts to ban the main newspaper from reporting on crime and corruption and stuff
Did they REALLY expect more freedom once a communist government was in power? LOL!
Hey, Minitrue is spreading to Africa now....
Been there since Mandela took over. We didn’t hear about it from the liberal media, of course.
This starts the dictatorship ball rolling. Watch for a Mugabe like move soon