One thing we know: when it is all over, those of us who survive will find some form of meaning in it, writes Melanie Verwoerd.
Raymond Louw's defence of media freedom was to a point of being fundamentalist – he wouldn't give an inch. We would sometimes differ but only because Ray wanted more freedom, never less, says Mathatha Tsedu.
The resignation of four members of the SABC board this week has caused some confusion about where it leaves the public broadcaster.
There will be no shortcuts in earning back the public's confidence in the SABC, interim board deputy chairperson Mathatha Tsedu says.
30 people, including tech entrepreneurs and former SABC board members, will receive national orders for their work in serving and advancing the interests of SA - the highest honour that can be bestowed by the president.
At the heart of the SABC’s troubles is an impasse with other government stakeholders over retrenchments the SABC planned to undergo, whether or not government affords them a government guarantee or bailout.
The list of leaders that the SABC has eaten up and spewed out continues, writes Ferial Haffajee.
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