Communications Minister Yunus Carrim says the permanent position of SABC COO will be advertised, perhaps leaving Hlaudi Motsoeneng out in the cold.
Acting chief operating officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng says SABC has canned "The Big Debate" because of an editorial policy clash, not at NUM's request.
The SABC's Hlaudi Motsoeneng says he is pleased the contract dispute involving actors in popular soapie "Generations" has "finally been laid to rest".
SABC's Kaizer Kganyago says "The Big Debate" talk show was incorrectly commissioned by SABC2 and was therefore cancelled.
The SABC has pulled talk show "The Big Debate" off air, just hours before it was due to be screened, with no clear reason being given.
The Corporation's controversial supremo, Hlaudi Motsoeneng has generated more headlines than the content he oversees.
The SABC has hit the sunshine-news campaign trail with its new editorial policies that 70% of the stories on its news bulletins should be positive.
The call by Hlaudi Motsoeneng for 70% of SABC news stories to be positive raises issues of editorial independence, says Media Monitoring Africa.
Azapo has added its voice to the critics that don't believe the SABC's 24-news channel was a good move by the public broadcaster.
The South African Broadcasting Corporation has filled most of its vacancies in its executive management, says the public broadcaster.
The English news on SABC 3 would be an hour-long from April 1, to allow an opportunity to give coverage to stories from the respective provinces.
Communications Minister Dina Pule has been trying to persuade SABC board chairperson Ben Ngubane and his deputy to withdraw their resignations.
A strike is looming at the SABC as the broadcaster seeks to reverse salary increases awarded in December last year under Hlaudi Motsoeneng.
The knives are out for Zwelinzima Vavi and bungles at the SABC could spell trouble for the public broadcaster. Watch the politics you need to know.
Opposition MPs on Parliament's oversight committee have called for urgent intervention as trouble at the public broadcaster boiled over this week.
Controversy around Hlaudi Motsoeneng has become a battle of wills as the SABC board insists he was not reinstated as acting chief operations officer.
The controversy around Hlaudi Motsoeneng has escalated after he was unexpectedly reinstated as acting chief operations officer at the SABC.
It has taken malicious rumours and a 'really ugly' row for the public broadcaster's acting head to get the chop.
The South African Broadcasting Corporation has released Hlaudi Motsoeneng as acting chief operating officer.
SABC acting chief operating officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng supported the decision to drop a pre-recorded SABC3 interview with cartoonist Jonathan Shapiro.