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The SOS Coalition, Media Monitoring Africa and Freedom of Expression Institute Welcome the judgement in the SOS/FXI/MMA vs SABC/Minister of Communications/Hlaudi Motsoeneng matter. SABC 1 The first key issue in this matter was with regards...

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The SOS Coalition welcomes the Cabinet statement delivered by Minister Jeff Radebe concerning the ongoing crisis of principled leadership at the SABC. In his statement Minister Radebe made it clear that the reappointment of Mr...

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Since we launched the campaign to Save our SABC on Black Friday which was on 1 July 2016, we at the SOS Coalition have been consistent in our six demands to catalyse the turn-around of...

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We have reached out to the ANC to insist that the Party refrain from interfering in the affairs of our national public broadcaster, the SABC, which has been the site of its internal factional battles, and...

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Hlaudi Motsoeneng has lied to us again. He didn’t bother to even turn up for a meeting he committed himself to, to address the current suspension of several SABC staff who are now facing disciplinary...

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Dear Comrades, Friends and concerned South Africans, Six days ago, SABC journalists were suspended for refusing to compromise their integrity by complying with Hlaudi Motsoeneng’s orders to distort the news through sunshine journalism and 70%...

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SOS: Support Public Broadcasting is a Coalition which aims to address the ongoing issues concerning public and community broadcasting in South Africa and promotes the broadcast of quality, diverse, citizen-orientated programming committed to the deepening of South...

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How SABC News misled the public

October 9, 2015 | 0 Comments

The issue of whether or not the deal between Pay-tv provider MultiChoice and the SABC should be regarded as a “merger” was taken up in Parliament. The deal involving the two broadcasters has been heavily criticised...

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South Africa’s Supreme Court of Appeal has today upheld the findings of the Public Prosecutor in her report ‘When Governance and Ethics Fail‘ Some of the key excerpts from this judgement are: On 7 July...

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