SABC 8 Vuyo Mvoko says death threat will not deter him

Suspended SABC (South African Broadcasting Corportation) journalist, Vuyo Mvoko, claims that there are tactics to intimidate him.

Speaking to 702/Cape Talk's Eusebius McKaiser, he said he received a message yesterday labelling him a traitor and threatening violence, for speaking up about his concerns with editorial policy under Hlaudi Motsoeneng's leadership.

What is happening now is that there's a possibility of somebody wanting to stop the truth from coming out.

Vuyo Mvoko, suspended SABC journalist

Mvoko is part of a group of eight SABC journalists (dubbed SABC 8) who appeared in parliament for an inquiry into the SABC board's fitness to hold office.

A person can do whatever it is they want. I went into this thing with my eyes open and knowing that there would be consequences.

Vuyo Mvoko, suspended SABC journalist

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