The roots of the trouble at the SABC long predate the August 3 local government elections, or the drop in support for the ANC in urban centres.
In a last-ditch bid to highlight their grievances, broadcast journalists are gambling with their jobs.
Communications Minister Faith Muthambi fires back at former CEO Jimi Matthews over 'suspicious' timing of SABC resignation
Communications Minister Faith Muthambi says her ministry has full confidence in the board of the SABC.
The group’s acting CEO is gone and one of its most popular DJs has just said bye Felicia. But what impact does this have? Ra'eesa Pather investigates.
The public broadcaster ought to be just that, but its new policies are infringing on our democracy, writes Glenda Daniels.
Jimi Matthews has announced via his Twitter page that he can no longer be a part of 'what is happening at the SABC'.
Readers write in about 1976, criminal politicians, and the SABC.
The registrar of the Supreme Court of Appeal says the court received an application for leave to appeal Judge Dennis Davis’s ruling.
Controlling what TV viewers may see is not in the best interests of the South African public nor the rest of Southern Africa, argues Bheki Makhubu.
SABC's new policies restricting protest coverage have harmful effects on the broadcaster and SABC viewers, say civil society organisations.
Readers write in about the NPA, and the SABC.
Ra'eesa Pather narrows down the policies, regulations and statements from Motsoeneng that have left South Africans seriously side-eyeing the SABC.
Hansie Smit learns a few lessons watching SABC channels - just not the ones he was expecting.
The Democratic Alliance accused the public broadcaster of censorship for delays in airing the party's election campaign advertisements.
Minister Faith Muthambi has welcomed the controversial decision taken by the SABC to ban coverage of violent protests from their channels.
The SABC boss has scoffed at the suggestion that any of the stations might refuse to obey his rules.
Seven SABC radio listeners from Tshwane tell us what they think about the SABC’s initiative to play 90% local music on its stations.
Audiences will tune into SABC airwaves that mix it up with different genres of local is lekker music, writes Pontsho Pilane.
Public protector Thuli Madonsela was "taken aback" at the news, and was writing to the SABC "to help it understand the SCA judgment".