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Sunday 21 December 2014 | 05:06 AM    

Govt bans advertising on critical media houses

by KHONANI ONTEBETSE
15-12-2014

 

Government is reported to have issued a secret directive to its various ministries and parastatals to stop advertising in all newspapers in the country except The Voice and The Ngami Times. Gabz FM is the only local radio station that has been lumped with the advertising...

 

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