Former president Jacob Zuma was never going to remain the all-powerful and omnipresent political figure that he thought, writes Pieter du Toit.
The SABC has released an official statement on the cancellation of the long-running lifestyle show 'Top Billing'.
The United National Transport Union has called on government to stop taking money from one state-owned company to finance another.
Ian Plaatjes will serve in the position of chief operating officer, the position once occupied by disgraced former COO, Hlaudi Motsoeneng.
The SABC has announced that Njanji Chauke has been appointed as editor of the 24-hour SABC News Channel.
The losses follow a period of SABC executives warning government and Parliament that the public service broadcaster needed financial assistance if it were to continue operating optimally, according to its annual report.
Former SABC COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng has responded to a civil claim lodged by the Special Investigating Unit to recover R21m from him by telling the public broadcaster it owes him R16m.
There will be no rugby blackout for millions of South Africans for a select number of games at the 2019 Rugby World Cup taking place in Japan.
SABC board chair Bongumusa Makhathini says that 72c for TV licences per day is not expensive, and the public can afford to pay R1 for a licence.
There is a fightback against the South African Broadcasting Corporation's new leadership, its chairperson told Parliament.
Former SABC COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng has told the state capture commission of inquiry that it is wrong for people to taint his name.
The cash-strapped public broadcaster would have made a profit of around R1.5bn in the if South Africans paid their licence fees at the same rate as BBC viewers.
The SABC will receive R2.1bn from Treasury on Monday October 7, 2019.
The SABC and Cricket South Africa have agreed on a broadcast for the second season of the Mzansi Super League.
An SABC news crew covering protests over the closing of the Mamusa municipality in the North West province have been assaulted and robbed of equipment in Schweizer-Reneke.
Nine percent of South Africans think they should still pay for a SABC TV licence compared to 40% a year ago.
The SABC board has condemned the leaking of a document concerning allegations of misconduct against the Group Chief Executive Officer (GCEO) Madoda Mxakwe and the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) Yolande van Biljon.
Minister in the Presidency Jackson Mthembu has called the blunder by the SABC in broadcasting President Cyril Ramaphosa's televised address to the nation a terrible mistake.
In the past three years SABC lost as much as R3.8bn on monies paid for sports broadcasting rights. If the SABC continued on this trajectory it would need another R6.8bn, members of Parliament heard.
Trade union Solidarity has said it will use the monies it received following legal battles with Brian Molefe and Hlaudi Motsoeneng to fund future cases that challenge tax abuse.
The judicial commission of inquiry into state capture has wrapped up the testimony from former SABC COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng, related to the public broadcaster.
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