If we are serious about growing the economy and creating jobs, we need to support these young people – even though they don't seem to expect any help or handouts, writes Melanie Verwoerd.
Sprinkles. More sun than clouds. Mild.
SABC board chair Bongumusa Makhathini says that 72c for TV licences per day is not expensive, and the public can afford to pay R1 for a licence.
Phuthuma Nathi shareholders will received MultiChoice shares in exchange for theirs if the proposed transaction is approved.
The official date to switch off analogue signal for broadcasting is yet to be set by the minister of communications.
Twelve years and R10bn later, we are still no closer to migrating South Africa’s television signals from analogue to digital. What appears to be clear, though, is that local consumers will be stuck with the same old choices.
Treasury has allowed the cash-strapped SABC to take on more debt to ease its financial woes, Communications Minister Nomvula Mokonyane has confirmed.
National broadcaster the SABC has appointed Madoda Mxakwe as its new Group Chief Executive Officer and Yolande van Biljon as the new Chief Financial Officer.
We catch up with Morning Live anchor Leanne Manas as she talks about motherhood
The SABC currently has a new acting CEO, but this is only while James Aguma is on sick leave.
Former SABC COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng resurfaced last week after a short disappearance from South Africa’s spotlight, with a press conference about himself.
The SABC is once again facing a calamitous cash crisis, similar to the one in 2009 that brought it to the brink of financial collapse.
In the past three years SABC lost as much as R3.8bn on monies paid for sports broadcasting rights. If the SABC continued on this trajectory it would need another R6.8bn, members of Parliament heard.
A non-profit group has filed a complaint seeking to stop MultiChoice from listing on the JSE without the Independent Communications Authority of SA's approval.
Seasoned broadcast journalist Iman Rappetti returns to eNCA with a brand new talk show called Madam Speaker after two years away.
The SABC’s Group Chief Executive Officer Madoda Mxakwe has outlined the 'dire financial situation' to staff as the broadcaster weighs up possible retrenchments.
MultiChoice has announced Newzroom Afrika as the new black-owned 24-hour news channel on DStv's bouquet, after the group decided not to renew its contract with Mzwanele Manyi's Afro Worldview.
Vaylen talks sport, career and motherhood
The SCA judgment in the Henri van Breda case has boldly gone where no appeal court has gone before, marrying the age-old principle of open justice with developments in modern communications technology, writes Dario Milo.
The SABC has advertised the role of chief operating officer, following Hlaudi Motsoeneng's removal from the acting role in 2016.
In a recently released policy document, the ruling party suggests ways to increase competition in the local broadcasting arena.
It's not in the ANC’s interests to change the SABC for the better, as it communicates to many voters and is a convenient conduit for funds to pass to Zuma-linked entities.
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