Dec 9, 2016

There is NO SABC Board

SOS: Support Public Broadcasting Coalition (“SOS”) condemns the arrogant behaviour of Professor Mbulaheni Maguhve and the coterie of SABC executives led by the disgraced Hlaudi Motsoeneng. […]
Oct 9, 2015

Full Supreme Court Judgement in Hlaudi Motsoeneng Case

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Oct 8, 2015

Supreme Court Findings Against Hlaudi Motsoeneng

South Africa’s Supreme Court of Appeal has today upheld the findings of the Public Prosecutor in her report ‘When Governance and Ethics Fail‘ Some of the […]
Oct 7, 2015

SABC-MultiChoice deal is effectively a merger

This article originally appeared in the Daily Maverick on 7 October 2015. By: William Bird Media Monitoring Africa The deal entered into by the SABC and […]
Oct 7, 2015

Picture a SABC that does its job

This article was originally published in the Star Newspaper on 6 October 2015 By: Sekoetlane Phamodi The SABC has abandoned its obligation to act as an […]
Jun 1, 2015


Hosted by: SOS Coalition, Freedom of Expression Institute (FXI), Association for Progressive Communications (APC) and Right 2 Know (R2K) WELCOME AND INTRODUCTIONS Sekoetlane Phamodi (SOS Coordinator) […]
May 27, 2015

SOS Welcomes Parliament’s Legal Opinion on SABC Board Purging

Yesterday afternoon, Parliament received and accepted a legal opinion on the powers to remove Board members of the SABC. The opinion was sought by the Portfolio […]
Apr 30, 2015

Civil Society and Industry Associations Call on Film & Publications Board to Withdraw Draft Online Content Regulation Policy

  A broad alliance of civil society and industry associations has issued a firm call for the Film and Publications Board (“the Board”) to withdraw its […]
Apr 14, 2015

Multichoice tries to keep SABC Contract under wraps. Issues take-down notice. We say NO!

On 17 February 2015, MMA and SOS joined Caxton Publishers in an application to the Competition Tribunal for the contract selling the SABC archives to Multichoice […]
Mar 6, 2015

Free STBs for South Africa’s Poor Only Half the Victory – Our People Deserve More

Media Monitoring Africa (MMA) and the SOS: Support Public Broadcasting Coalition (SOS) note the announcement made at yesterday’s cabinet briefing concerning the long-awaited broadcasting digital migration. […]