Fond memories of liberation veteran, Ahmed Kathrada shared at his memorial.
Khanyisile Kweyama has been named as the interim SABC board chairperson.
Sikhonathi Mantshantsha says Dentons report raised allegations about acting CEO's stepdaughter involvement in Eskom contracts.
President Jacob Zuma has appointed five members to the interim board of the public broadcaster, SABC.
Dr Khoza is admired by South Africans for her role in the SABC inquiry as a ANC member of parliament.
Save Our SABC’s Duduetsang Makuse says the argument made by SABC acting chief executive James Aguma does not hold water.
A woman-owned transport and logistics company is unusual, but R&G Logistics is all about breaking down expected norms.
The South African comedy star died in a car accident aged 75 on Saturday.
As South Africans celebrate film and TV stars who won at the #SAFTAs11, they also pay tribute to the late renowned actor.
Molemo ‘Jub Jub’ Maarohanye spoke for the first time since being released on parole, saying that prison has sharpened his character.
One of the SABC 8 journalists who testified before Parliament's SABC inquiry weighs in on the report that has now been adopted.
Communications Minister may challenge report in court and analyst says it's all related to ANC factions and succession battles.
The interim board members are Mathatha Tsedu, Febe Potgieter-Gqubule, Krish Naidoo, Khanyisile Kwayema and John Mattison.
Parliament has adopted the SABC inquiry report, but committee chair Vincent Smith says the President must take necessary actions.
Members of Parliament in the National Assembly will have to back the report before the recommendations can be implemented.
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa answered a number of questions in Parliament on Wednesday pertaining to his business interests.
Daily Maverick's Marianne Thamm says Social Development Minister Bathabile Dlamini is not being held to account in the Sassa saga.
Min.Faith Muthambi's conduct could still be referred to the Public Protector if the Presidency or ethics committee sees fit.
Hlaudi Motsoeneng's lawyers say their client felt unfairly treated by not being allowed to testify during the SABC inquiry.
Penalties for defying Icasa include being fined up to R1 million or a year in jail for the accounting officer.
The SA Qualifications Authority has proposed a public register which will name and shame those who list fake qualifications.
Parliamentary inquiry is compiling its report following damning evidence alleging misconduct by those in authority at the SABC.
Parliament’s inquiry has heard that the journalist, who is part of the so-called SABC 8, was shot in the face with an air rifle.
Parliament’s probe into the SABC is approaching its final stretch as MPs thrash out what should be contained in its draft report.
Members of Parliament have opposed the UDM's request that Hlaudi Motsoeneng should testify before the SABC inquiry.
Parliament's ad hoc committee looking into the SABC is meeting to finalise the report with recommendations for the broadcaster.
Ad hoc committee chair says Parliament could have exercised oversight sooner, before the situation at SABC reached this point.
Former SABC board chairperson Ellen Tshabalala is now answering questions from the ad hoc committee and something isn't adding up.
Naidoo resigned from the board earlier this year after questioning Motsoeneng's appointment despite a court ruling.
The DA's James Selfe says it is not clear whether SABC's Hlaudi Motsoeneng will be either fired or suspended pending an inquiry.
The four SABC journos, due to return to their jobs, were turned away from the offices although no official appeal has been filed.
ANC chief whip, Jackson Mthembu, has slammed what he calls a lack of leadership at the SABC.
The Right2Know campaign and Save our SABC coalition say they will continue to pressurise the public broadcaster to let them in.
Motsoeneng is man calling the shots at the SABC in attempt to sanitise news, according to lobbyists for better public broadcaster
Leanne Manas shared her thoughts on the power of the SABC in light of the state broadcasters ban on protests on #TheProfile with Azania.
18 September 2015 1:44 PM
The Supreme Court of Appeal is hearing the case brought by SABC Chief Operating Officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng against Public Protector Thuli Madonsela and the DA over whether he should be suspended from his post.