The new rules are an improvement, but proper implementation is vital, writes Murray Hunter and Cherese Thakur.
More sun than clouds. Cool.
The Rugby World Cup final was broadcast on SuperSport 1 to DStv subscribers, as well as on the free to air channel SABC 2. So, where did Steve watch?
The Stellenbosch Magistrate's Court has ruled against musician Steve Hofmeyr after it found he had harassed activist Johan Pienaar.
Criminal charges have been laid by the ANC against controversial Afrikaans singer Steve Hofmeyr for his Twitter "death threat" aimed at South African Ambassador to Denmark Zindzi Mandela and DA MP Phumzile Van Damme.
The North-West University has put an end to plans by one of its residences to have singer and right-wing activist Steve Hofmeyr perform at one of their events.
A man known only as Johan is quickly becoming an internet sensation after posting a video of himself braaiing and eating sausages containing small parts of his destroyed DStv decoder.
Perpetrators of hate speech and hate crimes have for far too long had unrestricted media channels to spew their hatred. But should the message, even though highly offensive, be sanitised so that it does not harm, asks George Claassen.
It all started with a racist tweet and has culminated in a bizarre video.
Steve Hofmeyr is predicting the downfall of MultiChoice, with the controversial singer now saying he will be organising a "special funeral" for his DStv satellite dish.
MultiChoice will now actively avoid airing any content in which he might appear in future, including the broadcast of any library material that features him.
Thanks to his popularity Steve Hofmeyr's race-baiting has been normalised over the years. He has been a fixture on society pages and the airwaves. But it seems those days are over, writes Pieter du Toit.
Controversial Afrikaans singer Steve Hofmeyr will no longer be performing at the Afrikaan is Groot concerts in Cape Town next year.
The Federation of Afrikaans Cultural Associations (FAK) will be honouring the controversial singer for his contribution to Afrikaans music.
The ANC is expected to lay criminal charges against Afrikaans singer Steve Hofmeyr, accusing him of making death threats on social media.
The ANC says it will be laying criminal charges against Steve Hofmeyr, following the threats he made to Denmark ambassador Zindzi Mandela and DA MP Phumzile van Damme on Twitter.
The portrayal of white South Africans as a victimised minority could not be further from the truth and statistics can attest to that. Twenty-five years into democracy, the economy and land are still in the hands of the few, writes Pearl Mncube.
News24 spoke to three experts to establish whether MultiChoice's ban on Steve Hofmeyr is constitutional, fair and ethical.
Steve Hofmeyr posted a video on Facebook of himself cutting ties with DStv in a very dramatic fashion.
'Is it loose, Boetman?' he asks. 'Throw it down, it's rubbish!'
Steve Hofmeyr's son, Devon Hofmeyr, claims he was "thrown out" of the Ghoemas for standing up for his "language and culture" - but that was not the case.
The CEO of the Ghoema Music Trust, Heidi Edeling, asked that the controversy over Steve Hofmeyr's music video not overshadow the hard work of other artists.
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