Striking SABC employees are calling on President Cyril Ramaphosa to save their jobs.
Protesters drove to the Union buildings on Wednesday to hand over a memorandum.
The public broadcaster is planning to retrench hundreds of workers by the end of February.
Employees want the SABC board removed and the retrenchments halted.
With hundreds of jobs on the line, some employees are threatening legal action.
SABC Economic’s Editor Thandeka Gqubule-Mbeki said, ”all the language desks, indigenous language desks have been given letters of surplus and letter of redundancy that is against the Consitution,” she said.
“It’s against the Broadcasting Act, hence we are heading to the courts to vindicate the Constitution.”
The employees have the backing of some political parties as members of COPE and the NFP have spoken out on their behalf.
In other news – 80-year-old man dies from his 33-year-old girlfriend’s sweetness during s.e.x
A night of pleasure had a tragic end last Saturday at a Dar es Salaam hotel for a local pensioner, David Mluli (80), who died in the arms of his 33-year-old girlfriend Neema Kibaya.
According to a police report, Mr Mluli reportedly collapsed and died suddenly on Saturday while he was in room number 22 at Mbezi Garden Hotel in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, where he had a secret rendezvous with Ms Kibaya. Learn More