Will SABC to take responsibility for its recent conduct?

After firing eight journalists, the South African broadcaster must now justify its reasons and explain why it shouldn’t be held liable for the costs.

Court order stops SABC from enforcing censorship decision

A court bid by The Helen Suzman Foundation (HSF) against the SABC succeeds in what has been a tumultuous and highly controversial period for South Africa’s public broadcaster.

SABC to face court to stop censorship measures

The South African broadcaster continues to be in turmoil, as protests continue and court bid begins to prevent further censorship measures.

Media professionals answer back to SABC censorship

South African public service broadcasting is experiencing deep unrest following a series of measures which are limiting the production of and access to news in the country.

South African PSB won't show negative stories about its president

The South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) will now avoid covering negative news about its president on a plea for “respect”.

Acting CEO of SABC quits

Jimi Mathews has quit as acting CEO of SABC due to the organisation’s “prevailing, corrosive atmosphere” and its impact on his moral judgement.

Anonymous hackers take down South African broadcaster's website

The South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) has recently been subjected to a series of cyber-attacks from the Anonymous group as a protest against alleged censorship.

South African broadcaster eyes growth in local content

The South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) has announced that 90% of its radio music content will be sourced locally.