Some foresee ‘blood in the water’ after the appeal court shot down the minister’s migration policy.
Broadcaster Multichoice has received two fines for running inappropriate promos on DSTV.
At last, television viewers in South Africa are being given real alternatives to the fare forced on them.
SA has been circumventing restrictions on the US-based Netflix service, but that’s not what has changed video-on-demand, writes Arthur Goldstuck.
A court is set to rule on an application by news channel eNCA, MultiChoice and Eyewitness News to film the trial of track star Oscar Pistorius.
President Jacob Zuma's son will be a key BEE partner in the 24-hour satellite news channel being launched by the politically-connected Gupta family.
Zimbabweans have been left with no choice but to watch ZTV as the SABC has switched its channels off.
The SABC has been left red-faced over the loss of its planned 24-hour news channel on DStv after the well-connected Gupta family seized the gap.
The Gupta family has partnered with a mystery BEE player to grow media influence with a 24-hour channel on DStv and a prime-time slot on SABC.
The New Age is venturing into TV news. But who’s behind the move and where will it get the money?
The satellite pay-TV operator, the only rival in the space to MultiChoice's DStv, has filed for a business rescue under the Companies Act.
Existing and aspirant broadcasters went before the regulator this week to secure a slice of the pie.
The TV giant has consolidated its impregnable position in terrestial and satellite broadcasting in Africa. Lloyd Gedye reports.
Does the length of a penis determine its appropriateness and age restriction? Well the BCCSA has chosen a side and they seem to think yes it does.
Besides some obvious limitations, the service fills a gap between radio and television writes Ben Kelly.
What was 2010 made of? Sugar and spice, or slugs and snails and puppy dogs' tails? We round up your favourite stories for the year based on views.
If DSTV went ahead with plans for a channel featuring pornography, it would be like pouring fuel on the "fires of sexual abuse and exploitation".
African fans of the English Premier League were dealt a huge blow when the British company which broadcasts games across the continent collapsed.