The SABC's acting chief operations officer has much to explain and his appearance before Parliament has done little to dispel growing concerns.
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.
Communications Minister Yunus Carrim says the permanent position of SABC COO will be advertised, perhaps leaving Hlaudi Motsoeneng out in the cold.
The presidency has announced the new members of the SABC board, which includes two of the interim board's representatives.
Communications Minister Dina Pule wants to be involved in the process of appointing the South African Broadcasting Corporation board members.
The death of SABC radio and television presenter Vuyo Mbuli has deprived SA of an intelligent and spirited individual, the Anglican church says.
President Jacob Zuma, political parties and the broadcasting community has expressed shock and sadness at the death of SABC presenter Vuyo Mbuli.
Eskom has partnered with the SABC to give South Africans daily real time information on the power system, the power utility has said.
President Jacob Zuma has endorsed the interim SABC board recommended by Parliament, says the communications department.
Labour pundits and civil society groups say parastatals will buckle under the weight of political interference and unclear mandates.
Parliament has disbanded the board following weeks of upheaval at the broadcaster and a slew of resignations over the past two weeks.
The SABC board has been officially dissolved after a heated meeting of Parliament's communications portfolio committee.
The presidency says President Jacob Zuma has received six more resignation letters from members of the South African Broadcasting Corporation board.
The controversy around Hlaudi Motsoeneng has escalated after he was unexpectedly reinstated as acting chief operations officer at the SABC.
The SA Communist Party says it will take action after the South African Broadcasting Corporation and Midvaal municipality failed to meet its demands.
The senior journalist's removal shortly before Mangaung smacks of censorship, say staff.
The man said to be Zuma's enforcer at the SABC was never going to take the Fish & Chips Co TV ad, which satirises Zuma, with a pinch of salt.
It is like revolving doors at the SABC board. Outbursts over a committee report to Parliament have degenerated into a "free-for-all".