Marcel Golding

Union maverick’s road to ‘BEE’ riches

Johnny Copelyn's book raises a deeper debate on the contradictions of labour embracing the trappings of capitalism.

Editors’ forum welcomes review into e.tv’s practices

The South African National Editors' Forum noted the allegations of editorial interference at e.tv and welcomed the decision to launch a review.

The many-sided Marcel Golding

Marcel Golding is a popular figure, who has accumulated an astonishing amount of wealth and influence since turning from union matters to capitalism.

Blurred lines: e.tv admits eNCA series involved advertising money

e.tv has admitted that money was involved in a series produced by eNCA, apparently in collusion with the minister of economic development.

The day Marcel Golding spun for Zuma

A tame documentary on Jacob Zuma goes against ousted e.tv chief executive Marcel Golding's supposed stand against editorial interference from govt.

HCI split leaves future of e.tv in the balance

An emotionally charged AGM at HCI sees the decades long business partnership of Marcel Golding and Johnny Copelyn formally end.

Multichoice, e.tv and ‘dick-sucking’

The battle at the free-to-air channel sheds light on one corner of a bigger war over communication

E.tv’s chief operating officer resigns

Bronwyn Keene-Young is the latest to leave e.tv amid the Marcel Golding debacle, in a stand against the broadcaster's lack of editorial independence.

Marcel Golding resigns from e.tv

After losing an urgent court application to halt a disciplinary action case on Monday, it emerged that Golding resigned on Sunday.

E.tv’s Marcel Golding loses bid to halt disciplinary action

Although Judge Anton Steenkamp raised concerns over political interference, he said Golding had failed to show that was related to his suspension.

Golding: Accusations of political interference emerge

Suspended e.tv head Marcel Golding is expected to hear Monday if his bid to overturn his suspension has been successful.

E.tv’s Golding says political pressure pushed him out

E.tv's Marcel Golding believes his refusal to yield to political pressure in editorial decisions was the reason for his suspension.

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Achieving the litmus test of social relevance

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Making sense of tax-free savings and investment

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Response to the report of the independent assessors

VUT welcomes the publishing of the report of the independent assessors to investigate concerns of poor governance, leadership, management, corruption and fraud at the university.