Communications Minister Yunus Carrim says the permanent position of SABC COO will be advertised, perhaps leaving Hlaudi Motsoeneng out in the cold.
Reports say Don Mlangeni, who plays Zeb Matabane on popular soapie "Isidingo", has been fired for refusing to endorse a bank on the show.
Acting chief operating officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng says SABC has canned "The Big Debate" because of an editorial policy clash, not at NUM's request.
An arrest warrant has been authorised for a former SABC account executive who failed to appear in court on multiple extortion charges.
President Jacob Zuma has accepted the resignation of Noluthando Gosa as a member of the board of the South African Broadcasting Corporation.
The SABC's Hlaudi Motsoeneng says he is pleased the contract dispute involving actors in popular soapie "Generations" has "finally been laid to rest".
The Right2Know Campaign will organise a protest at the SABC's Johannesburg offices over the cancelling of current affairs talk show "The Big Debate".
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.
Former SABC head of news Phil Molefe has denied accepting R2.4-million from the broadcaster following his suspension.
The SABC censored Workers and Socialist Party spokesperson Liv Shange because she is anti-ANC, alleges the party.
President Jacob Zuma has appointed a new SABC chairperson and a deputy.
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 presidency has announced the new members of the SABC board, which includes two of the interim board's representatives.
The final list of names to be recommended to the president for the new SABC board has been released by the parliamentary portfolio committee.
The Labour Court has ruled that former editor Montlenyane Diphoko will be allowed back to work and paid his salary backdated to April 1 2010.
Confusion reigns as the 2015 deadline looms for SA’s migration to digital to be completed.
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The call by Hlaudi Motsoeneng for 70% of SABC news stories to be positive raises issues of editorial independence, says Media Monitoring Africa.