The will no longer be showing footage of people destroying public property during protests

The South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) has announced that it will no longer air content displaying violent service delivery protests in the country.
SABC spokesperson Kaizer Kganyago says the broadcaster does not want to be seen as promoting violence or vandalism.
We believe that they are attracting attention from the media through the burning and destruction on property. This is to the detriment of the community, and we do not want to be seen to be encouraging it.
— Kaizer Kganyago, SABC spokesperson
The broadcaster will continue to cover protest stories, but will refrain from showing footage of demonstrators destroying public property.
Kganyago dismissed allegations that the decision is an act of propaganda on the behalf of the governing party.
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SABC will no longer broadcast footage displaying violent protests
Kaizer Kganyago on SABC will no longer broadcast footage displaying violent protests.
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