The communications minister has nipped in the bud a bid by the board to have Zandile Tshabalala take the top job at the troubled broadcaster.
From the SABC chairperson's response to the public protector's findings to herbal sex drugs raising the bar, here are this week's letters.
A union's rush to defend the SABC's acting COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng against Thuli Madonsela's findings is disturbing.
The SABC's Zandile Ellen Tshabalala has taken steps to get chief financial officer Gugu Duda dismissed following irregularities in her appointment.
Some SABC staffers say the Communication Workers' Union's support of its acting COO, as the "Hlaudi Motsoeneng Coalition", would badly affect workers.
The CWU has called for the public protector to resign as her report on SABC COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng "undermines the working class".
Years after Snuki Zikalala's reign at the SABC, Hlaudi Motsoeneng's tenure has become a bad parody of the kind of transformation people want to see.
SABC chairperson Ellen Zandile Tshabalala is laughing off public protector Thuli Madonsela's findings of irregularities in Hlaudi Motsoeneng's salary.
The SABC needs urgent intervention in light of the public protector's report on Hlaudi Motsoeneng, says the Independent Producers Organisation.
Acting SABC COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng has challenged the public protector's findings against him, and is considering taking her report for court review.
Media Monitoring Africa's William Bird writes about his disappointment in the SABC after the release of the latest report into poor governance.
A group of opposition parties plan to lay criminal charges against SABC acting chief operations officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng.
Both the SABC and communications ministry says they will be studying public protector Thuli Madonsela's report on acting COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng.
Successive SABC boards have allowed controversial acting chief operations officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng to operate above the law, says Thuli Madonsela.
The SABC's chief executive Lulama Mokhobo says she will not be paid out for the remainder of her contract, after she resigned from the post.
MPs have questioned whether the SABC is capable of a successful transformation to digital broadcasting after a report showed a severe lack of skills.
SABC is to announce the resignation of its group CEO, Lulama Mokhobo in a fresh controversy for the state broadcaster.
The SABC has been unable to confirm or deny rumours that its chief executive officer Lulama Mokhobo has resigned.
The SABC's political editor Abbey Makoe is now heading up the broadcaster's Pretoria office - a move both say is not a demotion, but a "redeployment".