Government has set up a hi-tech monitoring and evaluation platform in an effort to ramp up state capacity to monitor and respond to “fake news” proliferating during the Covid-19 outbreak.
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Communications regulator Icasa will hold public hearings later this month to determine what its role should be in regulating cybersecurity in South Africa.
Civil society groups Media Monitoring Africa and the SOS Coalition have blasted government’s plan to create a wholesale open-access network, or Woan, saying in a submission to the department of telecommunications
The SABC has had 12 CEOs in the past eight years, parliament’s ad hoc committee looking into the SABC board heard on Wednesday. Media Monitoring Africa’s William Bird told the committee that the institution had
The complaints and compliance committee of communications regulator Icasa has ordered that the SABC withdraw the resolution that it will no longer broadcast footage of violent protests. Icasa has said that SABC chairman Obert Maguhve must confirm
No empirical evidence was used to back up the SABC’s decision to ban coverage of violent protests, an Independent Communications Authority of South Africa public hearing was told on Friday. “Is there any evidence that would
Despite a supreme court of appeal judgment on Tuesday, which set aside a 2015 amendment to South Africa’s broadcasting migration policy, the communications minister, Faith Muthambi, has vowed to press on with the digital terrestrial television migration
The Competition Tribunal heard on Wednesday that pay-television operator MultiChoice took control of valuable assets of the SABC and influenced a key SABC policy materially, through an agreement that only became public after somebody leaked it. Steven Budlender SC
The SABC and MultiChoice will launch its rerun entertainment channel, called SABC Encore, on 11 May on DStv. The launch of SABC Encore, which formerly would have been called SABC Entertainment
MultiChoice has come out swinging against Caxton after the newspaper publisher and two public broadcasting advocacy groups accused the pay-television operator of concluding a deal with the