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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.

A matter of ethics

When the BCCSA ruled that the SABC had breached its code in reporting unsubstantiated allegations against the <i>M&G</i>, our reaction was delight.

Victory for M&G in Gumede complaint

The BCCSA has upheld the <i>M&G</i>'s complaint against the SABC regarding its broadcast of Robert Gumede's claims of corruption against Sam Sole.

Gijima: more pain to come?

Although the IT company will conclude the billion-rand department of home affairs project, its role will be relatively small.

SABC breached code in Gumede interview

The BCCSA has reprimanded the SABC over an interview it flighted last year, in which John Sterenborg and Sam Sole were accused of corruption.

Sterenborg vs SABC

The SABC has been reprimanded for contravening the broadcasting code regarding an interview with businessman John Sterenborg in November 2010.

M&G takes on SABC over Gumede report

The SABC and the <em>M&G</em> locked horns before the BCCSA about a broadcast in which Robert Gumede accused a reporter of corruption and racism.

Letters to the Editor: November 19 2010

<i>M&G</i> readers weigh in on Robert Gumede, the reports on Sicelo Shiceka and more.

Letters to the Editor: November 12 2010

Our readers share their opinions on Andile Mngxitama's column, the poultry cartel article, our coverage on Robert Gumede and more.

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