Chris Maroleng

 
SABC’s crisis plan fails to impress MPs
SABC’s crisis plan fails to impress MPs
Members of Parliament tore into the embattled SABC’s proposed plan to drop at least a third of its programming in an bid to save the organisation’s depleted finances, saying it does not make sense....
SABC crisis threatens sport itself
SABC crisis threatens sport itself
The public broadcaster’s financial woes do not affect it alone. 
SABC has no choice but to retrench — executives
SABC has no choice but to retrench — executives
According to SABC CEO Madoda Mxakwe, the national broadcaster is technically insolvent and cannot fulfil its monthly obligations which is why it...
SABC debt close to R700m
SABC debt close to R700m
The SABC is currently close to R700-million in debt.
SABC’s policy still so Hlaudi
SABC’s policy still so Hlaudi
‘If it ain’t broke, why fix it?” asked the SABC’s policy head at the final round of its public hearings on the broadcaster’s editorial...
SABC top brass charged over R5.5-million Marawa hiring
SABC top brass charged over R5.5-million Marawa hiring
The South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) has allegedly charged top executives for their role in the rehiring of sports anchor Robert...
SABC board member resigns
SABC board member resigns
SABC board member Victor Rambau has...
SAfm changes reveal a broader malaise in a dumbed-down society
SAfm changes reveal a broader malaise in a dumbed-down society
The SABC’s executive management team is infuriating some sections of the South African public because of the changes it is implementing at the...
e.tv journalists held in Swaziland
e.tv journalists held in Swaziland
Two e.tv journalists have been arrested in Swaziland, eNews Africa editor Chris Maroleng said on Wednesday.
Zim meltdown: SA keeps counsel
Zim meltdown: SA keeps counsel
South Africa has steadfastly refused to join in the chorus of criticism of Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe despite paying an ever higher price...
Africa rallies to Mugabe over summit
Africa rallies to Mugabe over summit
A failed British bid to exclude Robert Mugabe from an upcoming European summit played straight into the hands of the Zimbabwean president, who...

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