Icasa's Complaints and Compliance Committee has ordered that the SABC air the Democratic Alliance's six adverts with immediate effect.
A hearing on the DA's ad complaint against the SABC has been adjourned following the broadcaster's request.
The DA says it will take the communications watchdog to a high court to decide on its complaint against the SABC's decision to pull its election ad.
Following the SABC pulling its TV ad, the DA says it is concerned about its election campaign as Icasa has taken over 48 hours to hear its complaint.
Defections, censorship and exclusion marked the weekend's party election campaigns, with the ANC and DA fighting hard for Gauteng's support.
The two opposition parties have marched on the University of Limpopo after they were excluded from an election debate on land, live streamed on SABC.
The SABC has told the DA to submit an amended version of its election advert after it pulled the commercial claiming it incited violence.
The Economic Freedom Fighters expresses a profound, worldwide, popular dissatisfaction with the current economic system, writes Hagen Engler.
DA leader Helen Zille is masterfully diplomatic in interviews, but her gloves come off on social media platforms.
DA leader Helen Zille gets frank with us about EFF, Twitter, Mmusi Maimane and her failed marriage to Mamphela Ramphele.
The Democratic Alliance says a total of R48.5-million has been spent on the Presidential Medical Unit since 2009 - an average of R9.7-million a year.
The stage and marquee set up for an Economic Freedom Fighters rally in Thokoza, south of Johannesburg, has been petrol bombed.
A high court has dismissed the ANC's application for the DA to retract and apologise for an SMS it sent about Jacob Zuma stealing public money.
EFF and Agang SA leaders' ties to the province may disrupt old voting patterns.
During a visit to a teachers' training college in Limpopo, the DA says it has discovered "warehouses still filled with undelivered textbooks".
Wednesday marks the deadline for President Jacob Zuma's response to the Nkandla report, and opposition parties want Parliament recalled for debate.
Nearly two weeks after the release of Thuli Madonsela's Nkandla report, the countryâ€™s focus remains firmly on Jacob Zuma.
Business Report senior journalist Donwald Pressly will appeal his dismissal by Independent Newspapers for seeking political office with the DA.
The Democratic Alliance has replied to a report by non-partisan website Africa Check assessing the party's Twitter posts on its delivery record.
Democratic Alliance leader Helen Zille met with several Gauteng provincial leaders after members of her party defected to the ANC, but denies concern.