The Western Cape High Court ruled on Thursday that SABC chief operating officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng be suspended for 60 days pending the outcome of a disciplinary hearing.
The application brought before the Competition Tribunal against MultiChoice regarding its deal with the SABC is full of inaccuracies, MultiChoice has argued.
South Africa’s only competitor to DStv’s pay TV satellite service has gone offline.
MultiChoice has dismissed allegations made by Caxton that it will influence SABC policy.
Media houses and other parties are asking the Western Cape High Court to find that a clause in Parliament’s broadcasting policy is unconstitutional.
Minister of Communications Faith Muthambi has announced a new timeline for South Africa’s migration from analogue to digital broadcasting.
The names of 26 bidding organisations that have each won a piece of South Africa’s R4.3bn set-top box tender have finally been revealed.
The suspended boss for television channels at the South African Broadcasting Corporation has launched a bid to get his job back.
The SABC on Wednesday apologised to EFF spokesperson Mbuyeseni Ndlozi for the “unprofessional” treatment he received from host Eben Jansen during a question and answer session a week ago.