Former SABC 8 journalists to give evidence at state capture inquiry

2019-09-05 09:14

The state capture commission of inquiry is expected to hear testimony from three former SABC employees, including two who were part of the infamous SABC 8.

SABC 8: By 2016, the capture of the SABC newsroom was almost complete...

2019-06-16 07:00

By the beginning of 2016, the capture of the SABC newsroom was almost complete. After years of scheming and conniving, the pawns were in place and the August local government elections were looming.

SABC 8 outraged over Bosasa funding allegation

2019-01-23 11:51

The so-called SABC 8 has outright rejected claims that it benefited from a R100 000 donation by state capture-implicated Bosasa.

Journalist Suna Venter remembered as tenacious, fearless fighter

2017-06-29 19:16

Tributes have been pouring in for senior SABC radio producer Suna Venter following the announcement of her untimely death due to a heart condition that may have been stress-related.

Recriminations to follow SABC debacle and election

2016-07-28 07:38

Wednesday next week will be the climax of probably the most fractious and bitter political campaign since 1994, says Terry Bell in his latest Labour Wrap.


By the book: Q&A with Foeta Krige

2019-06-27 19:00

Author of the book, The SABC 8, Foeta Krige says writing the book was not only therapeutic, but also closure on a dark chapter in his life.

Forensic probe finds no Bosasa donation to SABC 8 campaign

2019-03-04 13:38

A Deloitte investigation has revealed that Bosasa did not pay R100 000 into a crowdfunding campaign for the SABC 8, according to the South African National Editors' Forum.

SABC 8 honoured with IIA SA's Guardian of Governance award

2017-08-16 20:15

The eight SABC journalists who were fired for speaking out against the broadcaster’s decision to censor coverage of protests have been honoured with the annual Guardian of Governance award for their bravery.

CWU backs parliamentary committee probing SABC

2016-11-18 18:36

The Communication Workers Union has expressed confidence in Parliament's ad hoc committee investigating the SABC.

Labour Wrap: Avoiding the slippery slope to autocracy

2016-07-21 07:28

The sacking of journalists at the SABC is the latest indication that we are on a slippery slope towards autocracy, says Terry Bell.

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