SABC distances itself from fake Facebook page

2020-01-03 20:22

Spokesperson Mmoni Seapolelo said the account, titled Sabc News - South Africa, had tweeted misinformation about the 2019 matric results, which are expected to be announced next week.

SABC must show progress to receive final bailout tranche - Minister

2019-12-20 06:00

The public broadcaster must adhere to a number of conditions for its full R3.2bn bailout to be released.

FIFA puts SA broadcasters on alert for CAF TV rights

2019-11-20 13:16

FIFA has put SA broadcasters on alert following an announcement of the tender process for the TV rights of CAF's qualifiers for the 2022 Soccer World Cup.

SABC to screen Bafana v Sudan AFCON qualifier live

2019-11-15 11:15

Football fanatics will be overjoyed at the news that the SABC has confirmed Sunday's 2021 AFCON qualifier between Bafana Bafana and Sudan will be televised.

SABC confirms payment plan to give local artists what is owed to them

2019-11-01 11:48

In a statement to Channel24, the national broadcaster confirmed that they have given some of the money owed to local artists.

SABC plans ‘freemium’ streaming service that might require your TV licence number

2019-10-25 12:34

The SABC is working on a paywall streaming service with the plan to make content accessed through it available with a valid SABC TV Licence number.

SABC would make over R1bn profit if public started paying licence fees

2019-10-15 12:53

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.

SABC to receive R2.1bn lifeline from government

2019-10-04 09:11

The SABC will receive R2.1bn from Treasury on Monday October 7, 2019.

CSA, SABC extend Mzansi Super League broadcast deal

2019-10-02 16:16

The SABC and Cricket South Africa have agreed on a broadcast for the second season of the Mzansi Super League.

WATCH | SABC crew attacked, robbed of equipment in Schweizer-Reneke

2019-10-01 13:39

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.


5 ways Mboweni tried to trim the fat in 2019

2019-12-30 06:23

While the finance minister announced plans to draw a hardline against bailouts for state-owned enterprises in his national budget speech in February – efforts to contain the state's growing debt came to naught by the time October arrived.

Report that SABC wants SSA to spy on staff misleading - public broadcaster

2019-11-24 12:42

The South African Broadcasting Corporation has hit back at the Sunday Times following its report that the public broadcaster's board resolved at a meeting in October to use the State Security Agency to "manage leaks".

Former SABC group CEO Solly Mokoetle dies

2019-11-15 12:31

The public broadcaster says it had 'learnt with great shock' of the passing of former SABC group CEO Solly Mokoetle.

BCCSA dismisses complaints about SABC interview with mom of convicted child rapist Nicholas Ninow

2019-11-06 22:06

The Broadcasting Complaints Commission of South Africa (BCCSA) has found that the SABC did not violate its code when it aired an interview with convicted child rapist Nicholas Ninow's mother.

SABC ends Rugby World Cup blackout, will screen SA v England final

2019-10-28 16:20

The Rugby World Cup final between the Springboks and England will be broadcast by the SABC after the national broadcaster reached a deal with SuperSport on Monday.

SABC confirms 'end of an era' as final episode of 'Top Billing' airs on Saturday

2019-10-17 17:45

The SABC has released an official statement on the cancellation of the long-running lifestyle show 'Top Billing'.

Transport union slams cross-funding of state-owned entities

2019-10-07 16:47

The United National Transport Union has called on government to stop taking money from one state-owned company to finance another.

SABC appoints SABS exec to run operations

2019-10-02 18:39

Ian Plaatjes will serve in the position of chief operating officer, the position once occupied by disgraced former COO, Hlaudi Motsoeneng.

SABC News Channel gets new editor

2019-10-02 14:26

The SABC has announced that Njanji Chauke has been appointed as editor of the 24-hour SABC News Channel.

SABC suffers R482m loss, spends R81m on interest, penalties

2019-09-30 20:21

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.

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