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The SABC has been handed yet another legal defeat over efforts to defend its former chief operating officer, Hlaudi Motsoeneng. The high court in the Western Cape on Tuesday dismissed the SABC’s appeal against an earlier judgment

Parliament may ask the new SABC board, once it has been appointed, to conduct a forensic audit into a controversial channel supply agreement between the public broadcaster and commercial pay-television

SABC board chairman Obert Maguvhe has resigned, the public broadcaster’s news service reported on Monday. He was the sole remaining member of the board. Maguvhe, who faced a grilling last week in parliament over corporate

It’s our last show for 2016, and a time to look back at the year that was. In this special edition of TalkCentral, Duncan McLeod and Regardt van der Berg choose their top smartphones of 2016. Also this week, the biggest local and international

ANC MP Juli Kilian on Thursday raised concerns that SABC board minutes provided to parliament’s ad hoc committee looking into the broadcaster’s fitness might have been tampered with. Kilian raised the issue during former board

Here they are, TechCentral’s South African ICT Newsmakers of 2016. These are the individuals, in ascending order from five to one, who we believe were the most newsworthy in the technology and telecommunications space this year, for

The only place left for former SABC chief operating officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng is jail, said Democratic Alliance leader Mmusi Maimane after the party won its application to have his appointment as group executive of corporate affairs

A new court-ordered disciplinary committee needs to clear Hlaudi Motsoeneng’s name and a public protector’s report needs to be overturned on review for him to lawfully work at the SABC. The new disciplinary committee will be chaired by

Former SABC acting CEO Phil Molefe has given explosive testimony at parliament’s SABC inquiry, saying Hlaudi Motsoeneng threatened to “go to Pretoria” after he refused to give him a R500 000 increase. Molefe was testifying under oath before