Stanley Dijksteel, the chairman of the supervisory board at Stichting Radio Omroep Suriname, wants the radio station to be restored to health. The company has been ruined by the policy that has been pursued in recent years. “We will first make an inventory of what is available at the SRS. The company must be made independent again, ”says Dijksteel in conversation with Suriname Herald.
The Supervisory Board (RvT) convened its first meeting yesterday and will meet the staff today. “You have to get together first to reach consensus. After we have made an inventory and agree where we want to go, only then can we move on, ”says the chairman of the supervisory board.
The company has 85 employees and the SRS is too small for that number of employees, compared to other media companies. SRS must become a well-functioning radio station, says Dijksteel. The policy will be outlined this week, after which an inventory will follow. The Supervisory Board has a press conference on Friday, where the new director will be presented.
There are tensions between the SRS staff and director Guno Ravenberg. They have previously asked for his replacement. The staff are fed up with their attitude towards them and have difficulty with the mismanagement.
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