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DA welcomes SABC chair suspension recommendation

The decision by Parliament’s communication portfolio committee to recommend the suspension of SABC board chairwoman Ellen Tshabalala on Tuesday was welcomed by the Democratic Alliance

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Vidi

Vidi first-mover advantage won’t last long

Vidi’s first-mover advantage in the online video-on-demand space in South Africa will not last long.

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SABC chairwoman calls for new funding model

SABC board chairwoman Ellen Tshabalala on Tuesday revived calls for the funding model of the public broadcaster to be reviewed

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Zuma Companies

War of the Zuma wives at SABC

Tempers flared at the TV studios when two of Jacob Zuma’s wives, Bongi Ngema and Tobeka Madiba, showed up for the same interview

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DStv digital

New DStv channels revealed

M-Net and MultiChoice lift the lid on new DStv Premium channels, including one channel with “risque shows”, which will be here in October

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SABC Freddie Mercury Another One Bites the Dust

SABC board infighting, investigations

Ellen Tshabalala, the controversial chairperson of the national broadcaster, is having her colleagues investigated, writes Andisiwe Makinana

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SABC blacked out news: DA

The DA on Friday accused the SABC of imposing a “blackout” on a news report involving one of the broadcaster’s senior officials

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Marian Shinn

No sign of any progress in digital TV: DA

South Africa’s migration from analogue to digital terrestrial television appears to be at a standstill

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Hlaudi Motsoeneng

Hlaudi paid more than Zuma

SABC chief operations officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng was paid R2.8 million in 2013 – more than President Jacob Zuma.

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Man watching TV

Action TV shows make you eat more

Could action-packed TV fare make you fat? That’s the implication of a new study that found people snacked more watching fast-paced television than viewing a more leisurely-paced talk show

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