The fact that the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) relies heavily on advertising as a source of revenue impacts on its content production in a way that can be seen as a form of interference
SABC Group Executive News and Current Affairs Phathiswa Magopeni says the financial constraints the Public Broadcaster is facing has made the task of covering the 2019 General Elections extremely challenging.
The South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) has shown significant growth in audiences across its News platforms in the first two quarters of the current financial year.
The SABC announced on Wednesday that Njanji Chauke will take up the position of Editor of the SABC News Channel with effect from 01 October 2019.
The South African Broadcasting Corporation has suspended three employees and unscheduled one freelancer after what it calls a “sabotage of president Ramaphosa’s speech” on gender violence and xenophobic attacks.
The State Capture Inquiry will on Wednesday continue hearing evidence relating to the SABC.
From the swindling of archive material to the controversial News breakfast briefing on the SABC platform, the State capture Commission zooms into how the controversial Gupta family diverted funds from the public broadcaster.
Judge Willem Van Der Linde has dismissed the African Content Movement’s (ACM) case against the SABC with costs. The ACM had brought an urgent application in the High Court in Johannesburg, to compel the SABC to broadcast its manifesto live in Durban on Saturday.
The South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) has launched its first business current affairs programme which is set to air weekly on DStv channel 404.
The South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) has announced the appointment of Dumisani Hlophe as Political Editor: SABC News and Current Affairs effective from 3rd September 2018.