The South African National Editors’ Forum condemned the suspension of three senior SABC employees, who disagreed with a decision not to cover R2K protests.
The SABC and media lobby groups led by Media Monitoring Africa made arguments over the contentious issue before Icasa’s complaints committee today.
Trends in the popular modes of transport used by South Africans are increasingly changing, especially in bigger cities.
EFF, ANC, DA or the others? Which party would secure the majority of South African youths votes if national elections were to be held soon?
Wits University will begin offering edX short courses in August this year.Eventually, full-time degrees will be available in future.
Frustrated? You are not alone. Many South Africans couldn’t get a ticket during FlySafair’s R2 sale which was held from 9am today.
The airline first brought us the R1 ticket sale and now we have the R2 sale. Good luck with accessing the FlySafair site though.
According to a report, violent protests reached a record high in 2014, when almost 80% of protests involved violence by participants or the authorities
The SABC says it’s financially stable and plans to continue bringing in advertising revenue, while sticking to its guns on more local programmes.
The SABC said it will start broadcasting more religious and cultural events to show off the diversity of South Africa citizens.
SABC COO, Hlaudi Motsoeneng has hit back at his critics, saying the public broadcaster will do “what is right for South Africa”.
The SABC is expected to submit an explanation of its decision to stop airing violent protest footage to Icasa today.
As the SABC prepares to axe Days of Our Lives in line with its new local content quota, we look back on some of the soapie’s more… unique storylines.