Strengthening SABC

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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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  With no fewer than eight GCEOs at the helm of SABC since its financial meltdown in 2008, we can no longer take the SABC Board, the Minister of Communications nor Parliament seriously in their...

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The legal opinion The Communications portfolio committee has backed the Department of Communication’s with regards to the removal of the three SABC board members earlier this year. Deeming the move legal. Parliament’s legal adviser, cited...

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The Communications Portfolio committee was scheduled to name the shortlisted candidates for the vacant SABC board posts, but due to what was described as the busy schedules of members, the Committee elected to postpone this...

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Auditor-General’s Report The meeting opened with a report presented by the auditor-general about the status of the MDDA, ICASA, GCIS, Brand SA and the FPIB. The MDDA status has not changed since a clean audit...

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Our friends at the South African Screen Federation (SASFED) support the interventions taken by the SOS Coalition against the Minister of Communications to prevent her playing any direct role in the appointment of SABC executive...

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End of the Road for Tshabalala’s Deception

December 3, 2014 | 0 Comments

  On 3rd December, Parliament’s Portfolio Committee on Commuications conducted an formal inquiry into allegations that SABC Board Chairperson, Ellen Zandile Tshabalala, had willfully or negligently and under oath misrepresented her qualifications to Parliament –...

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SOS ASTONISHED BY CLAIM THAT VARSITY-QUALIFIED EMPLOYEES ARE “A DRAIN TO THE SABC’. The SOS Coalition is astonished by the latest statement made by SABC Acting Chief Operating Officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng. At a press briefing...

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SOS CALLS FOR STRONG ACTION AND PUBLIC INPUT AFTER CONFIRMATION OF YET ANOTHER SABC CEO RESIGNATION The SOS: Support Public Broadcasting Coalition notes with shock that the SABC’s CEO, Lulama Mokhobo, has resigned and has...

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