Newzroom Afrika, the new 24-hour new channel licensed by MultiChoice that replaces the defunct, formerly Gupta-owned ANN7, will be launched on DStv on Thursday.
More than R260-million. That is how much the now-defunct Gupta media entities The New Age and Infinity Media scored from government advertising contracts from 2011 to 2018.
If former communications minister Roy Padayachie was doing the Guptas’ bidding, as his predecessor, Siphiwe Nyanda, now suggests, it’s deeply disappointing.
A charm offensive by Naspers directors quelled shareholder discontent at this year’s AGM, but corporate governance and remuneration remained high on shareholders’ agendas.
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Propagandist cyber tactics planted during the Zupta era must be uprooted so that South Africans can assert that factual accuracy and truth matter. Over the past few years, the battle over what constitutes the truth has
Mzwanele Manyi, the former government spin doctor who bought 24-hour news channel ANN7 from the Guptas, is seeking to break conclusively with the channel’s association with the controversial family
TechCentral has agreed to publish the following right of reply from communications regulator Icasa to an opinion piece we ran earlier this week penned by former Icasa councillor Willie Currie and freelance writer
Last week, deputy chief justice Raymond Zondo said as chairman of the commission of inquiry into allegations of state capture, corruption and fraud that his hope is that once the commission has completed
Much dust has been kicked up over MultiChoice’s channel agreements with the SABC and the Guptas’ ANN7 television news channel. The claim is that these parties colluded in a form of state capture and corruption to their mutual