The DA has welcomed the legal opinion that the removal of three SABC board members was unlawful.
South Africa is preparing to miss the International Telecommunications Union deadline for migrating from analogue to digital broadcasting by co-operating with Botswana
The DA has revealed that the SABC spends R3 million a year on its own choir, which sings praise songs to its company head.
MultiChoice is extending the footprint of the South African public broadcaster’s 24-hour TV news channel, SABC News
The SABC’s Hlaudi Motsoeneng says the public broadcaster will now launch with only 5 TV channels once the long-delayed commercial start of South Africa’s switch from analogue to digital broadcasting begins.
The former SABC TV boss, Leo Manne, has resurfaced at Trace where he has just been appointed in a new position to look after the TV entertainment group’s Southern Africa region.
SABC2 “humbly apologises” to viewers over its 7de Laan soap and the graphic violence and inappropriate language shown during episodes in February.
The national broadcaster faces the threat of being taken to the Broadcasting Complaints Commission for broadcasting that the Independent Labour Caucus (ILC) of the public sector will refuse to sign the government’s final wage and conditions offer.
Sorele Media has announced the launch of its online TV platform, AzaTV.