The Helen Suzman Foundation has obtained an interdict in the High Court in Pretoria, preventing the SABC from continuing to censor coverage of protests.
Eight SABC journalists who were fired this week have updated their urgent application with the Constitutional Court.
SABC COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng’s last bungled staff purge cost the public broadcaster millions, according to a Public Protector report released in 2014.
The SABC has fired all eight of the journalists who expressed concerns about the direction the public broadcaster was heading in.
ICASA has asked companies in South Africa’s broadcasting sector to complete a questionnaire as it looks into a lack of competition in the sector.
Around 200 people protested outside Parliament on Tuesday to deliver a list of demands to ANC Chief Whip Jackson Mthembhu over the recent happenings at the SABC.
The SABC on Tuesday morning fired Busisiwe Ntuli, a specialist producer for the investigative programme Special Assignment, and Lukhanyo Calata, a journalist in Cape Town.
Trade union Solidarity will on Thursday ask the Labour Court to set aside the SABC’s decision to dismiss four of the eight journalists it suspended.
Netflix has released its earning’s report for Q2 2016, which shows that the company missed its projected subscriber growth targets.