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The labour court has instructed the SABC to allow former editor Montlenyane Diphoko to return to work, his attorney said on Monday. “The court has upheld the findings of the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA) last year, and instructed the SABC to allow my client

Transaction values processed through Nedbank’s App Suite have exceeded R23bn in the little over 12 months since the transactional banking application was released. The number was disclosed by Nedbank chief information officer Fred Swanepoel in a statement on Monday in which the bank announced

Taxpayers have had to fork out more than R1m for former communications minister Dina Pule’s legal fees, her successor Yunus Carrim revealed on Friday. “The total legal costs incurred thus far in respect of these matters amount to R1 187 148,82,” Carrim said in written reply to a parliamentary

Broadcasters, tired of dithering and delays around the migration to digital terrestrial television (DTT), have cashed in on the gap in the market to introduce new satellite offerings in both the free-to-air and pay-TV sectors. The concern by some in the broadcast sector, in particular

Democratic Alliance MP Marian Shinn has said she plans to ask president Jacob Zuma to refer the findings of the SABC’s 2012/2013 annual report to the Special Investigating Unit (SIU). leaveThis follows news on Tuesday that the public broadcaster had received a disclaimer

The SABC plans to exercise fiscal prudence when its government-guaranteed loan is paid off at the end of September, CEO Lulama Mokhobo said on Thursday. “The SABC has made R330m in profits after taxes, and we will be paying off the government guaranteed loan at the end of September,” she

The Advertising Standards Authority has instructed Cell C to withdraw a “misleading” and “ambiguous” billboard marketing its 15c/MB data offer after a consumer laid a complaint with the body. The complainant, an NN Alexander, submitted that he had

Screamer Telecommunications, which is accused using spectrum in the 2,6GHz band without a spectrum licence, has pleaded innocence, with its lawyers arguing on Wednesday that a contract between it and signal distribution company Sentech entitled it to use the spectrum in question and that the real question

EOH is seemingly the JSE’s unstoppable IT growth machine. The technology company has again turned in a strong set of financial results, with revenue up by 40% to R5,1bn and headline earnings per share up by 34% to R3,39 in the year ended 31 July 2013

European low-cost airline Ryanair has obtained an urgent court order in the high court in Pretoria forcing Telkom Mobile to help trace someone it accuses of harming its reputation on the Internet. Judge Francis Legodi ordered Telkom on Tuesday to furnish the Irish airline