Broadcasting between 80-90% local content could cost the SABC further financial losses in future, says William Bird, a director at lobby group Media Monitoring Africa.
The SABC on Thursday released its results for the 2015/16 financial year in which it posted a R411-million net loss.
In the 2014/2015 financial year, the SABC reported a R395-million loss.
For the 2015/16 year, the SABC blamed its losses on factors ranging from the 2013 coverage of President Nelson Mandela’s funeral to a growth in post-retirement service costs.
Gareth van Zyl, ‘90% local content policy could cost SABC in future, says media expert,’ Mail & Guardian, 29 September 2016, 19:02