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She subsequently phoned the office of the Minister for Broadcasting to make sure that they had in fact received her nomination.
Initially it made all the right noises and committed itself to creating a new, neutral and objective public broadcaster which would finally cast of the shackles of its restrictive apartheid past.
It quickly became clear however that the ANC’s unstated intention was to suborn the SABC by making it not the public broadcaster of integrity that we were promised in 1994 but a Stalinist instrument of control, a means of covering up party corruption through a policy of censorship by omission, a means of undermining opposition parties, silencing dissenting voices and a means of fighting internecine battles.
A report in the on 5 May said that his appointment had stunned many as Mbatha had trounced favourites who had applied, like SABC programme director Mandla Langa, Sisulu's deputy Govin Reddy and well known academic Professor Njabulo Ndebele. This is covered in depth in a subsequent book by Du Preez, The South African Telecommunications Authority (SATRA) issues a press release accusing Zikalala of blatantly false reporting.
Zikalala, clearly at the behest of the ANC, has been broadcasting allegations that Nape Maepe, chairman of SATRA, was guilty of corruption.