Forestry, fisheries and the environment minister Barbara Creecy is calling for board nominations for the South African Weather Service (SAWS)...
The caretaker board appointed by finance minister, Tito Mboweni, to guide the Independent Regulatory Board for Auditors (IRBA) to a more stable position has called for nominations for new board members...
The Marketing Association South Africa MA(SA) will hold its annual general meeting on 3 August 2011 at 3pm at the Bryanston Country Club. The AGM will receive a report and feedback from the chairman and the executive director, take questions and suggestions from the floor, respond to electronic questions and suggestions and vote or approve the appointment of directors to fill vacancies.
The SOS Coalition (Support Public Broadcasting) today, Friday, 5 November 2010, released a statement urging the Portfolio Committee to extend the nomination deadline, currently Monday 15 November, for new members of the SABC board to replace the four that resigned recently. In the meantime, the SABC has reinstated its commercial enterprise division sales director, Nisha Jones.
Never before has there been so much interest in the nomination process for a new SABC board amid demands from many sectors to make the process a lot more transparent.
Chris Moerdyk 15 Jul 2009
Wednesday, 25 July, was the closing date for nominations of members for the SABC Board to be submitted to Parliament's Portfolio Committee on Communications. The Freedom of Expression Institute (FXI) undertook a process to draw up a list of nominees after soliciting suggestions from a range of civil society organisations to provide an alternative Board to the “scandal-hit” corporation.
Today, Wednesday, 25 July 2007, the Complaints Compliance Committee of the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA) is to hold a hearing to listen to arguments made by the Freedom of Expression Institute (FXI) in a detailed complaint accusing the SABC of having violated its licence conditions, the Broadcasting Act and the South African Constitution, in relation to its handling of the blacklisting of political commentators.
While the Freedom of Expression Institute (FXI) yesterday, Tuesday 3 July 2007, welcomed the fact that the Portfolio Committee on Communications has called for nominations for a new board for the SABC, the FXI is also deeply concerned by the manner in which the board nomination process is being handled.
A parliamentary committee has drawn up a short list of 28 people to be interviewed for posts on the new SABC board that takes office early next year.