SABC’s problems go way beyond its policy on protests
Problems at the SABC extend beyond the policy not to broadcast footage of violent protests, one of the broadcaster’s axed journalists said on Thursday.
SABC interdict will be used in fired journalists’ Labour Court case
The High Court interdict against the SABC’s policy to not show footage of violent protests will be used in Thursday’s Labour Court case.
SABC court interdict could affect fired staff
The interdict preventing the SABC from censoring coverage of protests could affect those employees the broadcaster had fired, the Helen Suzman Foundation said on Wednesday.
SABC interdicted from censoring protest coverage
The Helen Suzman Foundation has obtained an interdict in the High Court in Pretoria, preventing the SABC from continuing to censor coverage of protests.
Hlaudi Motsoeneng’s last staff purge cost the SABC millions: Public Protector
SABC COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng’s last bungled staff purge cost the public broadcaster millions, according to a Public Protector report released in 2014.
SABC fires 2 more journalists
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.
You’ve got two choices – the door or the window: SABC CEO
Former SABC acting CEO Jimi Matthews told eight reporters they could choose “the door or the window” if they disagreed with the broadcaster’s new policies, according to court papers.
Our positions are simply intolerable: SABC journalists
Eight SABC journalists who filed an urgent application to the Constitutional Court have said their positions at the broadcaster have become “simply intolerable”.
Communication Workers Union supports SABC’s Hlaudi Motsoeneng
SABC COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng has improved conditions for workers at the broadcaster, the Communication Workers Union in KwaZulu-Natal said on Wednesday.
SABC protests planned for ANC headquarters
The Right2Know Campaign and SOS Coalition are expected to discuss staging a protest outside ANC headquarters Luthuli House in response to developments at the SABC.
SABC journalists preparing for the Labour Court
The trade union representing eight journalists who were either charged or suspended by the SABC expects COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng to ignore Icasa’s ruling that the broadcaster remove its ban on broadcasting protests.