Nomsa Chabeli will take on the difficult role of leading the public broadcaster with immediate effect.
The financially deeply troubled SABC has appointed a GM at MTN South Africa, Nomsa Chabeli, as its new group CEO.
Sentech interim CEO Tebogo Leshope said the SABC’s unwillingness or inability to pay its signal distribution fees is of “great concern”.
The SABC owes Sentech more than R700-million – or about half of the broadcasting signal distributor’s annual revenue.
The fight between eMedia and MultiChoice over sports rights is headed to South Africa’s competition authorities.
The SIU has welcomed two judgments by the high court against former members of the interim board of the SABC.
The urgent application by eMedia against MultiChoice over Rugby World Cup rights has been struck off the roll.
A high-stakes legal clash between eMedia and MultiChoice over sublicensing rights for the Rugby World Cup is playing itself out in the high court.
The SABC will air matches from the ICC Cricket World Cup after it reached a sublicensing deal with MultiChoice.
The draft SABC Bill has drawn howls of condemnation from experts, who say it is merely a rehash of existing legislation.