Will populist political projects eventually lead to the collapse of democracy? The answer is complicated, but there is a second option, writes Ralph Mathekga.
Former communications minister Faith Muthambi says she is disappointed by the findings of the report into editorial interference at the SABC.
Forty years ago this week, I left South Africa for exile in Lesotho. I was then a celebrated young journalist who had courageously covered the 1976 Soweto uprisings and the subsequent upheavals, arrests and killings, writes Duma Ndlovu.
The topic that has the country’s media on high alert is the suggestion that a media appeals tribunal is still on the table.
THE SABC has approved the appointment of Dr Joe Thloloe and Barbara Watson to chair commissions of inquiry into editorial interference and sexual harassment.
Press Council executive director Joe Thloloe has laid into the idea of a Media Appeals Tribunal, saying the inevitable Constitutional Court battle will be a waste of taxpayers' money.
The list of leaders that the SABC has eaten up and spewed out continues, writes Ferial Haffajee.
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