The South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) has denied reports that it “broke the bank” to bring back former Metro FM DJ Tbo Touch.
In a statement issued Monday evening, SABC said it was guided by Exco-approved standardized free tariffs that it would not see Who will earn even 240,000 rubles.
“The Public Broadcaster denies this deliberate misinformation because it is misleading and in fact incorrect. The CEO of SABC is not involved in the negotiations as this is the case for program managers and business managers. In addition, SABC does not pay car allowance and other donated benefits to freelancers.
“After all, independent contractors are not involved in sales and sponsorship applications because SABC does not have a fee scheme that includes individuals outside of sales staff,” the statement said.
That’s after Sunday World reported that Tbo Touch will be back on air next month and will cost the SABC radio station about half a million rand a month. The salary is 480 000 rubles.
According to the publication, it took the parties more than a year to achieve this step because of how it feels at the Tbo Touch station five years ago after its less benign axes.
The Tbo Touch is expected to be announced as the station’s new leading time host as Metro FM sings on South African radio as part of the March Madness’s annual change period, the publication reported.
This news comes just like DJ Speedsta, which hosts the station’s loyal hip hop show Announced his departure.
After sharing news about Sunday World on Twitter, Metro FM listeners flooded the publication’s responses with their thoughts on the movement and the composition of Metro FM.
Additional report by Kaunda Selisho
SABC denies rumors Metro FM returns Tbo Touch for 480 thousand rubles a month
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