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Cash-strapped SABC to receive momentary relief

The embattled public broadcaster will receive an interim benefit from the government within 10 days

Have faith, I have the power, says Muthambi on SABC

Communications Minister Faith Muthambi tried valiantly to educate the communications committee on the state of the public broadcaster.

Cabinet turf war causes TV delay

The ANC is losing patience with the turf war that has erupted over digital migration from the old analogue signal when watching television in SA.

How Motsoeneng forced SABC to appoint him

Hlaudi Motsoeneng forced the public broadcaster's hand into appointing him as the chief operations officer of the SABC on a permanent basis.

​Propaganda ministry is a go – without Mac

What used to be communications becomes good old post and telecommunications again – while what should be "new communications" is simply propaganda.

Selective memory keeps Carrim in the local loop

Being SA's communications minister takes up a lot of Yunus Carrim's time. But this is what he reads when he can.

Better Internet connectivity for South Africa?

New Communications Minister Yunus Carrim took reader questions on broadband, the SABC and more in our live M&G Hangout. Watch the highlights.

Yunus Carrim on life, love and communication

VIDEO: The man replacing Dina Pule tells us how a communist plans to fix the telecommunications sector and why his partner won't get any tenders.

Quick Carrim targets SABC turmoil

Urgent measures will be taken to turn around the communication sector, especially the SABC, says newly-appointed Communications Minister Yunus Carrim.

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Young professional gets a career boost from PSETA

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