SABC

After a series of governance and financial crises at the SABC, the dissolution of the last board, and the subsequent appointment of the interim board in March this year, the National Assembly ran a nationally...

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18 May 2017 SOS: Support Public Broadcasting Coalition supports the call by MPs for the SABC Board to consider the suspension of James Aguma as CFO and Acting GCEO of the SABC- following due process...

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On 03 October, the SOS Coalition and Media Monitoring Africa lodged a complaint with ICASA’s Complaints and Compliance Committee (CCC) concerning the SABC’s irregularly and unlawfully revised editorial policies. On 09 May 2016, the SOS...

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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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Basebenzi, In recent days we have seen the situation at the SABC decline even further. We have watched the renegade COO, Hlaudi Motsoeneng, enabled by a lame-duck Board and a delinquent Minister of Communications suspend...

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Today, media workers in the SABC convened and led a gathering and march from the SABC to Constitution Hill to draw attention to the crisis in the SABC. Part of the crisis has been the...

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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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We welcome the news by Jimi Matthews that he has resigned.  As we explained to Mr Motsoeneng  on Friday, it’s never too late to do the right thing. Sadly, in that context Mr Motsoeneng declined...

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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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