JOHANNESBURG – The New Era, Mzwanele In contrast to the evidence that "Jimmy" Manyi took only five percent of the paper's budget, the government was more involved in advertising spending than other media organizations.
Advocate Vincent Maleka, evidence leader of the state collection commission, questioned Manyi's evidence on the commission on Monday and broke the figures for newspaper ads.
Manyi had previously compared TNA with SABC and Ads24, a branch of the Media24 group.
Manyi, R194 million from the 2011/2012 total budget, SABC has received R68 million, R21 million (now Tiso Blackstar), Avusa (now Tiso Blackstar), followed by Ads24, which is almost R18 million eTV & # 39 R8 million and TNA's R8 million.
Manye said TNA is under five percent of its advertising budget.
Maleka said the comparison of media houses is not "well-established" and includes many publications, such as the City Press newspaper by Adspend24.
U If you're going to test something that City Press takes from government revenue as a newspaper, you don't look at the total group of Naspers, you just look at City Press, right? Olarak he asked Manyi.
She replied and said the City Press took most of the money at Media24.
"Check the numbers properly, Mr. Manyi. The advertising costs taken by City Press were R199 323.00. These were your GCIS figures. We know that the City Press is a broadcasting path set up before 2011/2012. TNA won the same year." TNA has won 20 times more than government work, and now we know from your evidence that TNA has received R8.7m from GCIS. Inden
Many answered yes, but he said that Maleka had compared "apples to pears" because City Pressure was a weekly newspaper, and that TNA was a daily publication.
This prompted Maleka to compare TNA with other daily newspapers.
"You are trying to escape by making a paper comparison from a newspaper. See other daily newspapers. [Media24 newspaper] You said you had the biggest circulation … R8 won 778. The Times received The Star R97 000 while receiving the daily publication R183 000. "
Manyi looked uneasy and claimed that Maleka had taken a # mechanical approach Many.
As determined by the GCIS system called Telmar, the government said it was "a bit more complicated" when deciding where to go.
Maleka said: "The President, Manyi produced these figures to convince TNA that the government has only four to five percent of the advertising spending budget … when we tried to look at the figures, we said that it was a technical exercise." If you don't want us to review, what's the point of generating these figures? incel
"These are several years of controlled circulation. TNA has earned more than R8 million in its first business year. Is it true?"
Once self-styled media mogul: "Yes".
Adding to the fact that people are nothing new, TNA has said that it has adopted "new things" and is different and that it does not "encounter inaccuracies" for the judiciary.
Commissioner Raymond Zondo later told Manyi that there was a problem with an article in TNA that, after an interview with one of Zondo's journalists, had been mistaken after an interview with journalists.
Zondo said the jury's spokesman, Nathi Ncube, recorded the entire interview and asked for the recording of the article to TNA.
Manyi gave a strange answer to this and accused the other media houses.
He didn't understand what Zondo said, and in other papers, de This is a kind of South Africa we're in.
The former government specialist doctor claimed that ANN7 and TNA, which he purchased through vendor financing, were "punished" by the mainstream media to sympathize with the government.
He said he took over the business to save the jobs.
"At least 500 people are unemployed for something that can be avoided. If someone had a problem with a Manyi or Guptas, it could be overcome, but the job was not to be harmed. It provided an alternative. He used black. It was a tragedy to lose the job. "
After two media outlets reporting the allegations of corruption in the National Media Chamber, Manye began his "hatefulness of hatred" against TNA and ANN7 in 2017.
He opened the story against TNA, a part of the country's entire four media houses.
"It was a media theft designed to kill an alternative look and place the mainstream media narrative."
In 2017, he bought R150 million of Newi's for Lodidox, R300 million for ANN7 and New Finance for Guptas.
Companies were liquidated this year due to the decline in government advertising and non-payment of personnel.
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