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ANC welcomes Court dismissal of media’s case against Mbete

The Western Cape High Court has dismissed the case from a media group against Speaker Baleka Mbete regarding Parliament’s broadcasting policy.

Signal jamming in Parly must be declared unlawful – media houses

Media houses want the Western Cape High Court to declare it was unlawful to use a signal jamming device during the Sona in February.

Signal jamming won’t happen again, says Zuma

"... That will never happen again and we did not know about it and we are condemning it," the president said, adding that it was "uncalled for".

Mahlobo blames Sona signal disruptions on ‘glitches’

State Security Minister David Mahlobo has denied reports of signal jamming at the State of the Nation Address, blaming it on equipment glitches.

Intelligence official blamed for Sona signal jamming

State Security Minister David Mahlobo has conceded that the signal jamming ahead of the State of the Nation address was an “operational error”.

We didn’t know it was a signal scrambler, says adamant Mbete

Baleka Mbete refused to disclose who owns the device used for security measures in Parliament during the Sona 2015, causing scrambled signals.

Mbete: Parliament knew about security ‘device’ at Sona

National Assembly Speaker Baleka Mbete says that while Parliament was aware of a security device, the plan was never to block journalists' reception.

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