Controversial businessman Mzwanele Manyi is demanding that the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) pay him R144 million in damages which he claims is owed to the Guptas for the business breakfast show.
A tweet by radio personality, Tim Modise, has got everyone talking about how they use social media. In his tweet Modise warned South Africans that while they use the platform to attack each other, others are doing great things.
'All You Need is Love' was way ahead of its time when reality television shows were not yet as widely produced as they are today. Now it's original presenter, Hlomla Dandala says he wants the show back on SA TV screens.
Chris Maroleng, the Chief Operating Officer of SABC, celebrated his mom's 81st birthday on Freedom Day. He shared photos of her on Twitter, leading many to remark just how much younger than her age she looks. More on Briefly.
African National Congress (ANC) Secretary General Gwede Mantashe is concerned by the appointment of Bongumusa Makhatini as chairperson of the new board.
Media Monitoring Africa claims that President Zuma has missed the deadline to oppose its application which seeks to force him to appoint a permanent SABC board
Communications minister Ayanda Dlodlo called the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) a dying organisation, she made the remarks at a press briefing
The SABC has posted a loss of R977 million for 2016/17 financial year. The figure was revealed in the public broadcaster’s annual report tabled in Parliament
The South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) is once again in trouble for referring ANC presidential candidate Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma as Zuma's ex
The former chief operating officer of the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC), Hlaudi Motsoeneng will host a media briefing later on Thursday.
MPs are seeking advice on legal measures open to them against Public Services and Administration Minister Faith Muthambi for misleading Parliamentarians
SABC could still introduce a highly controversial plan that would charge South Africans who own personal computers, smartphones and tablets with TV license fee
The former COO of the SABC Hlaudi Motsoeneng did not ask the SABC for a golden handshake during proceedings at the CCMA, this is according to his lawyer.
The interim board of the SABC is expected to deliver a report to Parliament on Tuesday on the progress it has made in turning around the SABC's fortunes.
Former SABC COO ) Hlaudi Motsoeneng will challenge his dismissal at the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA) later today 01 August 2017