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DA's bid to oust Motsoeneng in court today
DA's bid to oust Motsoeneng in court today

The Democratic Alliance's action to have the SABC's COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng dismissed from his position begins in court today. (video)

By Staff Reporter 19 Aug 2014 10:07

Anton Harber
A saga in three chapters

This is a tale in three chapters of behind-the-scenes newsroom intrigue and backstabbing. It will tell you something about journalism in this country and the state of one of our flagship newsrooms at the Sunday Times. I am not sure exactly what it will tell you, but I will leave it up to you to decide.

By Anton Harber 18 Aug 2014 05:35

Presidency and M&G in court again
Presidency and M&G in court again

The five-year court battle between the Mail & Guardian and the Presidency over access to a report on the controversial 2002 election in Zimbabwe will be back at the Supreme Court of Appeal next month.

By Franny Rabkin 14 Aug 2014 08:17

Playboy 'has played' Icasa
Playboy 'has played' Icasa

Playboy allegedly duped the Independent Communications Authority of SA into granting pay TV station StarSat a licence to broadcast porn movies by saying it would only depict "sex between couples in loving relationships and sexually empowered women", and would not show movies with young girls or violence.

13 Aug 2014 07:07

Pensioners sue Times Media Group
Pensioners sue Times Media Group

Pensioners have launched the opening salvo of a David and Goliath battle against one of South Africa's biggest media houses.

11 Aug 2014 06:43

Andile Qokweni
Is TV still the main medium for viewing football?

Those who know me well will know that I'm a Manchester United fan and I'm a media strategist by trade.

By Andile Qokweni 8 Aug 2014 05:38

Motsoeneng: No punishment for 'lie told 19 years ago'
Motsoeneng: No punishment for 'lie told 19 years ago'

NEWSWATCH: SABC board chairperson Ellen Tshabalala says Hlaudi Motsoeneng cannot be punished for 'a lie he told 19 years ago', reports The New Age, and SA retailers won't boycott Israeli goods, reports Moneyweb.

7 Aug 2014 07:49

SABC loses rights to live Bafana games
SABC loses rights to live Bafana games

Live Bafana Bafana matches are about to disappear from the SABC after pay-TV newcomers Siyaya TV won exclusive radio and television rights to all South African national football teams in a six-year broadcast deal worth R1bn.

By Mninawa Ntloko 4 Aug 2014 07:53

SABC staff need protecting
SABC staff need protecting

In an editorial opinion piece, BD Live says SABC staffers risk being caught up in the fallout from the bigger issues besetting the national broadcaster.

30 Jul 2014 05:34

Prophet cartoon a bad call, says Dawes
Prophet cartoon a bad call, says Dawes

Publishing a cartoon depicting the Muslim Prophet Mohammed by the Mail & Guardian was a bad editorial decision, although the courts allowed it, former editor of the newspaper Nic Dawes said at the weekend.

29 Jul 2014 07:26

Motsoeneng stares down Malema
Motsoeneng stares down Malema

Fresh from leading a chaotic protest last week in Gauteng, Julius Malema is looking to start a new fire, this time threatening to lead the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) in a mass action to burn television licences on the SABC's doorstep.

29 Jul 2014 07:16

What should a modern marketing manager be able to do?
What should a modern marketing manager be able to do?

South Africa has a really strange culture when it comes to business marketing: not only do you get hands on involvement (control?) from business owners and senior management, often to the point of death by democracy, but you also get marketing treated as a junior role.

By Chemory Gunko 24 Jul 2014 09:47

Chris Moerdyk
Actually, Hlaudi is the right man for the job...

Hlaudi Motsoeneng is absolutely the ideal man for the job as Chief Operating Officer (COO) of the SABC.

By Chris Moerdyk 24 Jul 2014 05:31