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ANC Veteran’s League wants consultative conference to fix ‘political problems’

In a statement, league president Snuki Zikalala said the ANC's elective conference "grabbed the nation’s attention and anxiety".

​Veterans plead for unity between factions

The ANC’s Veterans League plans to meet with presidential candidates in a bid to prevent further tensions over the party succession battle.

ANC stalwarts take on the ANC

The Veterans’ League says the executive is trying to fob off its job of tackling the Zuma mess

SABC: From Snuki to Hlaudi

Years after Snuki Zikalala's reign at the SABC, Hlaudi Motsoeneng's tenure has become a bad parody of the kind of transformation people want to see.

SABC must make up for loss of face and faith

The SABC needs to get off its path of returning to being a state broadcaster and start committing itself to the public.

Complaint withdrawn against SABC over ‘blacklist’

A complaint by the Freedom of Expression Institute (FXI) against the SABC over the black-listing of commentators has been withdrawn.

Absurd farce plays out at the SABC

There seems to be no end to the disputes at the SABC, especially over editorial independence as chief executive and head of news clash yet again.

Icasa ordered to probe SABC

The South Gauteng High Court has ordered Icasa to relaunch a probe into alleged political interference at the SABC in 2006.

SABC board ‘out to lunch’

It seemed for a while, after 1994, that all would be different. Very capable people, both editorial and commercial, were employed at the new-look SABC.

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