SABC

SABC: Informing, educating and entertaining the South African public at a time of crisis

South Africa’s national public broadcaster, SABC, has expanded its services to ensure that the public remain informed, educated and entertained amid the nationwide lockdown.

Press Freedom digital safety

Global Call Out: Media Freedom & COVID-19

As the coronavirus pandemic takes its toll, governments around the world are taking steps to curtail media freedom, just as the public need it most. Here we take a look at Central and Eastern Europe, and Sub-Saharan Africa.

Southern Africa

Social Media Guidelines | For media professionals & journalists in Southern Africa

Read our latest guidelines developed collaboratively with journalists and media professionals from across Southern Africa.

SABC HQ South Africa

Focus on PSM | SABC

With an ongoing debt crisis, an investigation into state capture and resignation threats, have things gone from bad to worse for South Africa’s public broadcaster?

workshop

Webinar | Social Media Guidelines for Journalists & Media Makers in Southern Africa

Join us on 18 July for our live webinar on developing social media guidelines for journalists and media makers in Southern Africa. 

SABC HQ South Africa

Ongoing debt creates uncertain future for SABC

There are growing concerns about the future of the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) in light of its current, debilitating financial situation whereby financial mismanagements have resulted in crippling amounts of debt.

UNESCO IPDC

PMA Workshop | Developing Social Media Guidelines for Broadcasters in Southern Africa

Our new workshop seeks to collaboratively establish guidelines to strengthen the role of social media in the Southern Africa region.

SABC

March deadline for new SABC board

After months of delay, eight board vacancies at the South African Broadcasting Corporation could finally be filled.  

SABC

Update | The latest at SABC

The South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) has faced a number of crises in recent years due to mismanagement, allegations of censorship and political interference.

SABC

Entertainment+

Outcomes from our participation in the South African Public Broadcasting Policy Review Colloquium.