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Hlaudi wants to be president

Disgraced former SABC chief operating officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng wants to be president of South Africa. According to various media reports on Monday, Motsoeneng, who was dismissed from the

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SABC board fires Hlaudi Motsoeneng

Hlaudi Motsoeneng has been fired. SABC interim board chairwoman Khanyisile Kweyama said on Monday that the public broadcaster’s former chief operating officer had been given his marching orders. Motsoeneng was dismissed over comments

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TV migration plan still in doubt

The victory this week in the constitutional court by former communications minister Faith Muthambi over e.tv may not mark the end of the long-running dispute over encryption in South Africa’s digital television

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Muthambi judgment: what it really means

The constitutional court on Thursday upheld an appeal by MultiChoice subsidiary M-Net, the SABC and the minister of communications against a ruling by the supreme court of appeal that the minister (at the time Faith Muthambi)

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Concourt judgment: DA calls for TV policy review

Following Thursday’s constitutional court judgment in favour of former communications minister Faith Muthambi and against e.tv, Democratic Alliance MP Marian Shinn has again called on the new minister, Ayanda Dlodlo, to begin a thorough review of South Africa’s digital

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Hlaudi to ‘impart study tips’ to kids

Former SABC executive Hlaudi Motsoeneng plans to visit a secondary school in Ivory Park, Tembisa to impart “tips and strategies for studying” to pupils there. The visit to Tembisa’s Equinisweni Secondary School forms part

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SABC seeks government bailout

The SABC is in talks with national treasury to secure a guarantee to help it claw its way out of a financial crisis after it failed to pay some of its content suppliers in March and

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Journalists named to interim SABC board

President Jacob Zuma has appointed five members to the interim board of the SABC, with respected journalists among the people named at a crucial time for the financially troubled broadcaster. Zuma said in a statement on Sunday that

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