It is ironic that coal fired power plants contribute to climate change which could result in the malfunctioning of the power plants, writes Melanie Verwoerd.
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The head of the Special Investigating Unit says that former acting SABC CEO James Aguma will be pursued for his role in entering the public broadcaster into an irregular contract.
The SABC interim board’s bid to recoup money from former SABC COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng will fail, his lawyer Zola Majavu has said.
The SABC has instituted legal proceedings to recover money from its former executives Hlaudi Motsoeneng and James Aguma.
For those among us who are depressed and bleak about the state of the country, take heart, writes Mondli Makhanya.
The standing committee on public accounts has labelled the sudden resignation of acting SABC chief executive officer James Aguma as an "admission of guilt".
SABC interim board chairperson Khanyisile Kweyama has briefed the media on the outcome following the recent resignation of suspended acting CEO James Aguma, amid his disciplinary hearing in Sandton, north of Johannesburg.
Suspended SABC acting CEO James Aguma is to launch an urgent Labour Court application challenging the lawfulness of his disciplinary hearing.
Disciplinary proceedings against suspended SABC acting group CEO James Aguma are set to start.
The SABC paid several million rand for the broadcasting of the Gupta-owned newspaper The New Age's breakfast briefings, in contradiction to earlier testimony before Parliament.
The DA on Saturday welcomed the suspension of SABC acting group CEO James Aguma, saying he was “central and complicit” to the dire straits the public broadcaster is facing.
Former Communications Minister Faith Muthambi tried to mislead Parliament, a report from Parliament's legal services has found.
While one outspoken MP is ‘unfazed’ by ANC disciplinary charges, another agreed to keep quiet on Zuma and a pilot is hailed a hero after landing without autopilot. Here are some of today’s stories you may have missed.
This week’s resignation of former SABC chief financial officer James Aguma hopefully closed a dark chapter of crippling impunity at the public broadcaster, writes Andisiwe Makinana.
Former SABC chief financial officer James Aguma might have resigned and had disciplinary charges against him dropped, but he could still face criminal charges.
James Aguma's resignation from the SABC will not mean he'll be left off the hook for his part in the institutional breakdown at the public broadcaster, the DA has vowed.
Suspended SABC acting CEO James Aguma has until 13:00 to tender his resignation.
Suspended SABC acting group CEO James Aguma’s request to have his disciplinary hearing set aside has been dismissed.
With Hlaudi Motsoeneng dismissed and former CFO and acting CEO James Aguma facing disciplinary steps, the DA has now set its sights on the SABC's acting CFO.
Former SABC COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng’s disciplinary hearing is expected to continue.
A civil society group has joined calls for an investigation into acting SABC CEO James Aguma.
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