Strengthening SABC

March 6, 2000

Broadcasting Act,1999, amended 2009

South Africa’s Broadcasting Act passed in 1999 and amended a number of times including most recently in 2009. Broadcasting_Act
June 14, 2000

SABC Commission of Enquiry into Blacklisting and Related Matters – 2006

The Sisulu Commission of Enquiry into the blacklisting controversies at the SABC. The report was never officially released. However it was leaked to the press and […]
July 25, 2000

SOS submission – Draft Broadcasting Amendment Bill – 25 July 2008

This is the SOS Coalition’s first submission. It was made to Parliament. The focus was the “MPs Bill” i.e. the Draft Broadcasting Amendment Bill. SOS agreed […]
January 1, 2004

SABC Editorial Policies – Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently asked questions about the SABC’s editorial policies. SABC_editorial_policies_-_frequently_asked_questions
June 1, 2004

SABC Editorial Policies – 2004

The SABC’s editorial policies adopted in 2004. Editorialpolicies_rev
July 4, 2008

Draft Broadcasting Amendment Bill, 4 July 2008

The Draft Broadcasting Amendment Bill was published on 4 July 2008. It was introduced by Members of Parliament. Its main purpose was to allow for the […]
August 5, 2008

SOS Oral Submission – Draft Broadcasting Amendment Bill – 5 August 2008

SOS made its first oral submission to the Communications Portfolio Committee on the 5th of August 2008. In this submission, SOS included its own Draft Bill […]
March 1, 2009

Complaints and Compliance Committee, ICASA – Ruling on the FXI Blacklisting Complaint -1 March 2009

Here is the judgment of ICASA’s Complaints and Compliance Committee (CCC) on the Freedom of Expression Institute’s Blacklisting Complaint. The CCC was asked to make a […]
March 5, 2009

Broadcasting Amendment Act, New Clauses passed in March 2009

Here is a copy of the Broadcasting Amendment Act passed in March 2009. Broadcasting_Amendment_Act_2009 (1)
July 1, 2009

FXI Press statement re: ICASA’s judgment on the blacklisting controversy – 30 June 2009

The Freedom of Expression Institute’s press statement outlining the institution’s disappointment at ICASA’s ruling on the blacklisting controversy. FXI pointed out that ICASA’s Complaints and Compliance […]