Southern African Broadcasting Association (SABA)
Nov 1993. Current statutes revised 9 Aug 1997, Johannesburg (South Africa), and ratified 19 Oct 1997, Cologne.
Enhance professionalism and credibility of public broadcasting in the region. Through SABANEWS news exchange system: broaden the knowledge of radio listeners in the region on events in neighbouring countries and, where relevant to the region, further afield; contribute to enhancing a sense of regionalism in southern Africa, improving south-south flow of information and making newsroom operations more professional; uphold the principles of free speech and expression and free access to communication.
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General Assembly (annual). Board of 6 (meets twice a year), comprising Directors General or Chief Executives of 5 member broadcasting corporations, including President and Secretary General (Chief Executive) who heads the Secretariat in Lusaka (Zambia).
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