The DA slammed SABC's decision to claim insurance towards the legal fees of the pair, whom it said had both lied about their qualifications.
After refusing to resign earlier this month, saying she had done nothing wrong, SABC chairperson Ellen Tshabalala has handed in her resignation.
The Corporation's controversial supremo, Hlaudi Motsoeneng has generated more headlines than the content he oversees.
Last-minute volte-face has raised concerns that the ANC wants pliant appointees at the public broadcaster.
The public broadcaster is not being held back by fears of a lack of sufficient resources and is steaming ahead to the launch of its satellite project.
The public broadcaster and the Guptas may go head to head on the DStv platform, writes Glynnis Underhill.
The only person involved in the scandal to keep his job is the man who censored President Jacob Zuma criticism.
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.
The SABC has been left red-faced over the loss of its planned 24-hour news channel on DStv after the well-connected Gupta family seized the gap.
The Gupta family has partnered with a mystery BEE player to grow media influence with a 24-hour channel on DStv and a prime-time slot on SABC.
SABC acting chief operating officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng supported the decision to drop a pre-recorded SABC3 interview with cartoonist Jonathan Shapiro.
The SABC needs to get off its path of returning to being a state broadcaster and start committing itself to the public.
The national broadcaster can fulfil its mandate - and build on Zwelakhe Sisulu's legacy - if it is freed from narrow interests, writes Pippa Green.
Amid continued management turmoil at the SABC, its board has handed control of news, television, radio and sport to COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng.
The SABC's political reporters confronted Jimi Matthews in a tense meeting about an apparent decision to ban Julius Malema from its airwaves.
The state broadcaster's reporting sets a low bar and puts off viewers, who flock elsewhere, writes Gill Moodie.
The SABC board has decided to support Lulama Mokhobo's bid to view the news diary and stifle independent journalism.