A keen supporter of Hlaudi Motsoeneng has been lined up as the new chief executive of the state-owned broadcaster.
The parliamentary committee postponed the inquiry to Thursday, after Tshabalala claimed that she was seeing the "revised charges for the first time".
Beleaguered SABC chairperson Zandile Ellen Tshabalala has berated Parliament for making the inquiry into her academic qualifications public.
The Broadcasting Complaints Commission has dealt a narrow-minded blow to free speech.
Two SABC executives have received almost R13-million in golden handshakes, and it is likely Thuli Madonsela will be asked to investigate.
The oversight committee on communication said SABC chairperson Ellen Tshabalala failed to provide proof of her qualifications to the committee.
Ellen Tshabalala, the controversial chairperson of the national broadcaster, is having her colleagues investigated.
The SABC and the 16 Generations actors who were fired will come to an agreement that will see them returning to work, according to Nathi Mthethwa.
The Media Workers' Association of SA has welcomed plans to open negotiations following the dismissal of actors from the Generations soap opera.
SABC and Generations production company MMSV Productions complain they're portrayed as "exploiters" while actors earn, on average, R55 000 a month.
The sacking of the cast of Generations this week has led to a larger industry dialogue about the rights of South African artists.
Activists, church goers and traditional healers came out to support SABC COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng at court, where his appointment is being challenged.
MMSV Productions, the producers of South Africa's most popular soap opera, Generations, has terminated the contracts of the show's cast members.
As under apartheid, the state broadcaster is still kowtowing to politicians it should be shunning.
Communications Minister Faith Muthambi has rejected the DA's application to challenge SABC chief operations officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng's appointment.
Setting up a biased task team, investigation or inquiry does not equate with accountability.
Universal outrage at the Motsoeneng saga should force this gross injustice to be amended.
This week, Julius Malema’s party turns one, Israel does what it wants and democracy gets stifled.