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Editorial: Hlaudi Motsoeneng and the SABC – this time it is personal

A time must surely come when the chief himself is threatened with having to pay up for pursuing legal cases he has little chance of winning.

SABC relents: seven of the #SABC8 reinstated as broadcaster backtracks on appeal plan

The SABC has decided not to appeal the Labour Court’s order that the state broadcaster reinstate four journalists it fired.

SABC to appeal Labour Court ruling, will not allow #SABC4 back into their offices

The state broadcaster is set to appeal the court order that it reverse its controversial axing of four journalists.

#SABC4 will not bear legal costs, broadcaster lambasted for ‘reckless disregard’

The Labour Court has ruled that the SABC journalists are not liable for the costs of appealing their dismissals.

#SABC8 ‘targeted’ because journalistic ethics at odds with SABC policy, court hears

SABC protest policy conflicted with journalists' ethics says legal counsel for the #SABC8.

The SABC is not Hlaudi Motsoeneng, and the SABC is not any one individual

The daughter of one of the eight journalists the #SABC8 has said her dad and his colleagues did the right thing.

Four of the #SABC8 are challenging their dismissal in the Labour Court

The journalists, who earlier launched an urgent Constitutional Court application over their suspensions, will also seek payment for their legal fees.

South Africans, free speech advocates raise over R320k for sacked #SABC8 journalists

The 'Friends of SABC journalists' Indiegogo online fundraising initiative was organised by News24 editor Adriaan Basson and opened on Tuesday July 29.

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Teachers are seldom recognised but they are indispensable to the country's education system

Awards affirm the vital work that teachers do

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