Covid-19 : SANEF launches relief fund for journalists who lost income due to the crisis

Covid-19 : SANEF launches relief fund for journalists who lost income due to the crisis

South African National Editors’ Forum is propelling an alleviation finance for columnists who’ve lost their employments because of the COVID-19 fiasco.

On Thursday, SANEF said the versatile system MTN contributed a large portion of a million rand to the assets.

“In making the declaration today, we need to offer our warm thanks to MTN SA for their commitment of R500,000 to begin the reserve and for their further pledge to campaign different corporates to contribute”, discussion’s administrator Mahlatse Mahlase said.

To process the application, SANEF has set up a group with the assistance of a budgetary administrations organization.

Independent, contract or for all time utilized columnists who have been conserved or had their agreements dropped since the execution of the national lockdown may be qualified to apply.

The reason for this financing is to help those in desperate need with a little gift to purchase necessities like food and apparel, and along these lines at last to help all residents to get the data they need.

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