E.tv has filed papers with the constitutional court on an urgent basis seeking an appeal of the high court judgment that analogue terrestrial television broadcasts in South Africa be switched off on 30 June.
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The SABC has apologised to Khumbudzo Ntshavheni over its media statement last month that criticised her plan to switch off analogue terrestrial television broadcasts by 31 March.
Khumbudzo Ntshavheni has threatened to withdraw financial assistance to the SABC after she took umbrage at its criticism of her decision to switch off analogue television broadcasts on 31 March.
Government is considering a R3.2-billion guarantee for the country’s cash-strapped national broadcaster to help it raise money from lenders, according to a report.
The SABC wants tougher enforcement of television licence fees, and has asked that the price be “rebased” from the current…
The controversial channel supply agreement between the SABC and MultiChoice has run its course, with the two broadcasters signing a new deal that allows SABC News and SABC Encore to continue to be broadcast on DStv.
The SABC has appointed Madoda Mxakwe and Yolande van Biljon as its new group CEO and chief financial officer respectively, the public broadcaster’s board said on Sunday. Van Biljon starts the job on Monday, 25 June
The SABC board said on Monday that “decisive and appropriate action” will be taken if allegations of fraud and corruption related to a R185m security tender awarded in July 2017 are proven to be true. The Star newspaper
MultiChoice has hit back at suggestions of improper dealing in its channel supply agreement with the SABC, saying the leaked minutes of a 2013 meeting between the broadcasters show “nothing illegal or improper
The SABC wants DStv parent MultiChoice to pay to carry its channels on its pay-television platform. Until now, the Naspers-owned broadcaster has been able to offer the channels free of charge in terms