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SABC ANC conference coverage lauded

SABC acting Chief Operation Officer (COO), Hlaudi Motseneng - The SABC has lauded its coverage of the ANC's 53rd elective conference in Mangaung, Free State.

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SABC appreciates Bishops prayers

Johannesburg, Thursday, 13 December 2012 - The South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) appreciates the Bishops from different church denominations who came to pray for the corporation.

Close to 40 Bishops and elders from different churches came to the SABC to not only pray for the corporation, but to also offer words of encouragement and support to the management team.

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Does International Human Rights Day mean anything to you?

By: Keketso Magwai, SABC Corporate Communications- "You are a human being. You have rights inherent in that reality. You have dignity and worth that exists prior to law" These are the profound word said by Lyn Beth Neylon. Human Rights Day is celebrated, annually, across the world on 10 December.

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SABC broadcast schedule for ANC National Conference in Mangaung

Johannesburg, Wednesday 12 December 2012The South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC), today released its TV, Radio and Online broadcast schedule for the ANC’s National Conference, taking place from the 16th till the 20th of December 2012, in Mangaung, Free State.

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Activisim Campaigns - Shift on SABC1, 3 December at 13h30

It is 16 Days of Activism against women and child abuse until 10 December. This year the campaign challenges perpetrators of violence to change their behaviour, involve men in helping to eradicate violence and provide survivors with information of services and organizations that help to lessen the impact of violence on their lives, (Logo - Source: Gender Links).

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Mandela responding well to treatment: Maharaj

Presidential spokesperson Mac Maharaj says former President Nelson Mandela is responding to treatment he's receiving at the One Military Hospital in Pretoria.  Mandela is being treated for a recurring lung infection. The presidency says doctors have concluded the tests they have been conducting on Mandela.

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