The South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) has apologised to its radio listeners following disruptions in some of its stations Tuesday morning.

Some of the affected stations include Metro FM and Radio 2000.

SABC Spokesperson Kaizer Kganyago says there has been a fault in one of the routers.

“The SABC would like to apologise for the disruptions that happened today. And the cause for that disruption is the fault we had. We have since made sure that we move to the backup router. We have restored our services. And as we speak to you our technicians are monitoring the situation to make sure that it does not happen again.”