SABC vows to find source of cyber hacking
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SABC vows to find source of cyber hacking

The SABC's main site and the websites of some of its radio stations were hacked yesterday with a group called Anonymous Africa saying it was behind the attack.

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For the duration of the downtime, the group taunted the SABC on twitter and called them out for a recent broadcasting decision which it sees as censorship.


The SABC recently announced that it had banned the showing of the destruction of property during protests. 


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It's also stopped the reading of newspaper headlines on its current affairs shows.


Spokesperson, Kaizer Kganyago says they have secured their websites further since the incident to make sure it does not happen again.


''From our side we want to condemn it in the worst possible ways because this is something that is tantamount to terrorism. We are not going to allow ourselves to be bullied like that with this cyber-bullying. We will make sure that we get to the bottom of this and follow whoever it is that has done this,'' he said.


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