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SIU raids master of high court

Officials assisting with deceased estates, trusts, and protecting minors allegedly siphon off funds

SABC’s policy still so Hlaudi

Media watchdogs are concerned about inadequate changes to editorial procedures

Spokesperson: All is well at SABC

Kaizer Kganyago confirms staff members are still picketing outside the SABC but that, despite this, programmes have not been disrupted.

SABC stays mum on R42m fraud allegations

The broadcaster's spokesperson, Kaizer Kganyago, says they do not want to undermine the work of the ad hoc committee probing the organisation's board.

Metro FM’s Eddie Zondi dies

Popular radio Metro FM host, Eddie Zondi, has died reportedly from a heart attack at the age of 47.

SABC ‘censors’ Numsa-Zuma reporting

Rights groups say SABC employees were told not to report on Numsa's calls for President Jacob Zuma to step down, an allegation the broadcaster denies.

SABC cites ‘editorial oversight’ as reason for pulling ‘Big Debate’

SABC's Kaizer Kganyago says "The Big Debate" talk show was incorrectly commissioned by SABC2 and was therefore cancelled.

SABC terminates agreement with media union

The SABC has terminated its agreement with the Media Workers' Association of SA, for failing to comply with a clause in the agreement.

Three strikes, SABC may be out

The SABC has lost yet another round in its campaign to avoid airing a scathing ruling against it by the BCCSA.

SABC staffers bust in bribe sting

Six SABC staff members were suspended this week after being captured on camera in a "sting", in which one of them allegedly asked for a R200 000 bribe

SABC told to air BCCSA ruling at prime time

The SABC must broadcast a stinging reprimand from the BCCSA on prime-time television for failing to give the <i>M&G</i> an adequate right of reply.

Radio advert offends pro-Israel listeners

National radio station 5FM set the cat among the pigeons by flighting an advertisement, featuring musician that promoted the boycott of Israel.

Safa: SABC not playing ball

Safa has accused the SABC of "showing no respect for the Bafana Bafana brand" by giving preference to coverage of cricket.

SABC appointment unlawful, says board

The appointment of Phil Molefe as the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) head of news was unlawful, the public broadcaster's board said.

SABC strike: ‘There will be no broadcast blackouts’

SABC spokesperson Kaizer Kganyago said on Tuesday that there will be no broadcast blackouts should a strike by SABC workers go ahead.

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