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Right2Know to lead protest for cheaper data prices

Civil organisation Right2Know will on Tuesday protest at headquarters of South Africa’s four largest telecommunications companies in Gauteng, demanding that the price of cellular data decrease. The protest follows a list of demands which were handed over to service providers in 2013, Right2Know said in a statement.  None of the[…]

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Activist lays assault charge against police after SONA

A Right2Know member has opened a case of assault after allegedly being slapped and manhandled by members of the police’s VIP protection unit, GroundUp reported. Murray Hunter was placing one of the organisation’s “Stop SABC Censorship” campaign stickers on the bumper of a white, unmarked police car after the State[…]

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R2K protests SABC advertisers

The Right2Know campaign on Wednesday called on SABC advertiser SABMiller to stop giving the broadcaster’s former COO, Hlaudi Motsoeneng, power. “Stop making Hlaudi drunk on power. The snake won’t stop, we are sick of his shit,” R2K’s Micah Reddy said after about 70 protesters marched through the streets of Johannesburg[…]

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Advertisers should boycott SABC : R2K

Lobby group Right2Know has called for advertisers to boycott the public broadcaster until its “crisis” has been dealt with. The crisis at the SABC was unprecedented, R2K said in a statement on Monday. “The SABC is expected to post a loss of R500 million this year. Rampant financial mismanagement is[…]

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More protests planned against SABC

The Right2Know Campaign and SOS Coalition are on Wednesday expected to discuss staging a protest outside ANC headquarters Luthuli House in response developments at the SABC. The public planning meeting comes after Icasa on Monday ordered the SABC to withdraw its decision not to air footage of the destruction of[…]

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