SABC posts massive R977-million loss
The South African Broadcasting Corporation posted a R977m loss after tax for the 2016/17 financial year, its annual report tabled in Parliament on Tuesday revealed.
Motsoeneng, Tebele, and SABC ordered to pay legal costs for SABC 8
The Johannesburg Labour Court has found that Hlaudi Motsoeneng, Simon Tebele, and the SABC must each pay a portion of the legal costs for the wrongful dismissal of the SABC8.
SABC recommendations adopted despite objections from opposition
The National Assembly on Wednesday adopted the recommendations for the SABC board despite opposition parties' objections that the ANC bulldozed through politically connected candidates.
Union welcomes probe into SABC corruption
The Broadcasting, Electronic and Media Workers’ Union (Bewamu) has welcomed the probe by the SIU into corruption at the SABC, according to the Sunday Independent.
Zuma signs proclamation allowing investigation into SABC contracts
President Jacob Zuma has finally signed a proclamation that will allow the Special Investigating Unit (SIU) to investigate the "questionable contracts" at the SABC.
Hlaudi Motsoeneng fails to appear in court
Former SABC COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng failed to appear in the Labour Court in Johannesburg on Tuesday to answer as to why he should not be held personally liable for the wrongful dismissal of the SABC8 journalists.
Shortlisting of permanent SABC board candidates to begin
Parliament’s communications portfolio committee will on Tuesday begin shortlisting candidates to be appointed to the SABC board for a five-year term.
SABC to take legal action against Motsoeneng and Aguma
The South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) has instituted legal proceedings to recover money from its former executives Hlaudi Motsoeneng and James Aguma.
James Aguma's resignation is an admission of guilt - Scopa
The standing committee on public accounts has labelled the sudden resignation of acting SABC chief executive officer James Aguma as an "admission of guilt".