Holding SABC Accountable

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The below is the prsentataion by SOS in Paranelent’s Add Hock Inquiry into the SABC on 14 Dec 2016 Note: The SOS Sgement starts at 2h and 56min. Context Firstly, the crisis of independent and...

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The news that the SABC 8 have been receiving death threats pose a clear and present danger to our democracy. We call on the SAPS and all other law enforcement agencies to treat these actions...

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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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In another landslide victory for the soul of the SABC, the Labour Court, today, found in favour of four of the SABC 8. In the robust judgment handed down by Lagrange J, the Labour Court ordered that: The...

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Since 02 July 2016, the Campaign to Save Our SABC, which constitutes individuals, organisations and movements campaigning for social and economic justice for all has campaigned for and built up a broad front of activists...

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Media Monitoring Africa (MMA) and SOS Support Public Broadcasting Coalition welcome the application for direct access to the Constitutional Court by the “SABC 8” MMA & SOS together with a range of other institutions including...

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The Chief Justice Mogoeng and all Justices of the Constitutional Court Johannesburg Chief Justice, MEMORANDUM: CALL FOR INTERVENTION REGARDING SABC APARTHEID-STYLE CENSORSHIP Seven days ago SABC journalists were suspended for refusing to compromise their integrity by complying with...

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On Friday, 24 June 2016, protestors took to the streets to demand ICASA’s Complaints and Compliance Committee (CCC) to rule against the SABC and Hlaudi Motsoeneng’s blanket ban of visuals of community protests involving the destruction of...

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SOS and MMA note with concern that the SABC has finalised and is implementing its revised editorial policies without having completed the public participation process it had set out. Since 2011, We have been at the...

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