Browsing: Hlaudi Motsoeneng

Muthambi distances herself from SABC

The ministry of communications has washed its hands of the SABC’s internal problems in what has been described as a move to distance itself from chaos at the public broadcaster. In a statement on Monday

SABC not above the law: deputy minister

Nobody must be victimised at the SABC, deputy minister of communications Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams told journalists on Wednesday during her visit to the Electoral Commission of South Africa centre in East London

SABC journalists must be reinstated

Four of the SABC journalists that were axed by the broadcaster must be reinstated, the labour court in Johannesburg ruled on Tuesday. “The respondent’s dismissals of the second to fifth applicants is unlawful,” judge Andre

Duncan McLeod
A tale of six ministers

It all started in the late noughties, I think around 2006 or 2007, when the former communications minister, the late Ivy Matsepe-Casaburri – a former chairwoman of the SABC – declared that South Africa would complete

SABC’s woes run deep: axed journalist

Problems at the SABC extend beyond the policy not to broadcast footage of violent protests, one of the broadcaster’s axed journalists said on Thursday. “The protest policy is only a sliver of the slew of policies

SABC continues to defy Icasa

The SABC has still not replied to Icasa’s ruling that it must withdraw its ban on the broadcasting of violent protest footage. SABC spokesman Kaizer Kganyago on Wednesday said the broadcaster had

DA blames ANC for SABC crisis

Around 200 people protested outside parliament on Tuesday to deliver a list of demands to ANC chief whip Jackson Mthembhu over the recent happenings at the SABC. Democratic Alliance communications

Four SABC journalists fired

our of the SABC journalists who were suspended or faced disciplinary hearings were fired on Monday, possibly because they approached the labour court, their lawyer said. “We will argue [in the court] on

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