You can now rewatch or catch up on SABC shows you missed for free thanks to TelkomONE.
The SABC and DBE are giving away airtime for Matric results.
TelkomONE also features a paid tier that starts at R7 per day.
For now the prospect of paying a license to stream is merely a suggestion but we think the SABC would drown in the work its suggesting for itself.
The quota exemption does not apply to news.
It is the final portion of the R3.2 billion that the National Treasury has provided the broadcaster.
The SABC will be required to submit monthly reports to government starting from the end of November.
The SABC will receive R2.1 billion next week with the remainder being dispensed when certain conditions are met.
If the SABC is successful, TV license fees could increase by R13.25 per annum.
The SABC has asked that the public let its funding application complete so as not to cause panic at the broadcaster.
The SABC says that DJ Fresh’s actions have brought it into disrepute.
Outa says that the SABC’s R10 million claim against Hlaudi Mostoeneng isn’t big enough. Crikey!
Icasa is looking into allegations that MultiChoice paid ANN7 and the SABC, hoping to gain influence on Digital Migration.
SABC workers are heading back on strike, but the broadcaster says it can’t meet the wage demands.
SABC workers are demanding a 10% wage hike, while management claims this is impossible.
SABC employees have been striking since 6am today.
Among the SABC employees demands are salary increases.
The EFF has expressed its disapproval of the new SABC board chairs elected by President Jacob Zuma earlier today.