Iqbal Survé – the China connection

Iqbal Survé – the China connection

Independent Media executive chair Dr Iqbal Survé was appointed to the First Council of the Belt and Road News Network (BRNN) at a highly exclusive gathering of world media leaders in Beijing on Tuesday. He was the only South African to be invited to serve on the First Council, which represents 26 countries and 39 media organisations. – IOL 24/4/2019: “Top honour for Survé in China”.

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Submitted by : P Gecko on 2019-05-27 18:39:04
For what it's worth, very shortly after Surve sacked Alide Dasnois and others, it finally became clear to me that Surve was also a promoter and apologist for the ANC. Even the readers letters were selected to reflect this. The rebuttal letter from Helen Zille that wasn't published is a case in point. I cancelled my subscription to the paper and am pleased to have done so and am very happy to be a subscriber to Noseweek, where one gets all the dirt from those who wallow in it. Keep attacking this conceited blowhard who hardly allows a single weekday edition to be issued without his smug mug appearing somewhere in the paper.
Submitted by : Faithful Servant on 2019-05-26 17:05:54
There's lots dodgy about our Iqbal. But, like Zuma, he's a faithful friend once he becomes your friend. When they say they'll serve, they serve; When they say they'll deliver, they deliver. Sad that both are usually NOT talking to South Africans when they serve or deliver.


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