President Jacob Zuma's administration has a new propaganda plan that includes establishing a government TV news channel.
The Film and Publications Board plans to spend over R8-million a year to police YouTube, but is about to have its child pornography wings clipped.
Communications Minister Faith Muthambi's panel bled cash from a state entity tasked with polishing SA's image, and it wants her to pay back the money.
Faith Muthambi's communications department is riven with dissent and has not been able to fulfil its mandate.
The Special Investigating Unit will probe the validity of a tender awarded by the department of communications, says the presidency.
The communication department has set a target of "universal" broadband access. But if it is similar to our water access, it won't be universal at all.
Axed communications minister Dina Pule has been found guilty of improperly benefiting her lover and faces the maximum penalties allowed by Parliament.
The department of communications donated computers to launch a computer-resource centre in Heideveld, Cape Town, last week.
Minister of Communications Dina Pule last week launched a government institution that is designed to build e-readiness throughout South Africa.
Big plans will get South Africans talking more, seeing more and knowing more
Communications Minister Dina Pule wants to be involved in the process of appointing the South African Broadcasting Corporation board members.
Allegations in the Sunday Times of extravagant spending by Communications Minister Dina Pule will not stick, the department has said.
Sunday Times editor Phylicia Oppelt has defended her investigations team against allegations made by Communications Minister Dina Pule.
With an axe hanging over the head of Communications Minister Dina Pule, the country’s beleaguered communications strategy is once again at risk.
The director general of the communications department, Rosey Sekese, has been found to have misled Parliament about signing a performance agreement.
Staff in the communications department have pointed fingers at Minister Dina Pule's unethical appointments, writes Lloyd Gedye.
The government's ineptitude has raised the question of whether the country will be able to successfully migrate from analogue to digital tv.
ICT Africa's director says government is facing more criticism of its telecoms law amendments as it fails to help Icasa streamline its operations.