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Huffington Post launches South Africa edition

Huffington Post launches South Africa edition

The Huffington Post South Africa has launched, promising to offer its readers an insightful and honest view on local news.

Media - By MyBroadband | 21 November, 2016
Say you’re sorry, and pay me R1 million – Mthembu sues Motsoeneng for defamation

Say you’re sorry, and pay me R1 million – Mthembu sues Motsoeneng for defamation

ANC chief whip Jackson Mthembu is suing SABC executive Hlaudi Motsoeneng for defamation – seeking R1 million in damages to his name.

Government, Media - By Staff Writer | 17 November, 2016
SA radio podcast firm raises R2.5 million in funding

SA radio podcast firm raises R2.5 million in funding

Podcast and audio streaming service iono.fm, has received R2.5 million in funding from a consortium led by advisory firm Clifftop Colony, and made up of South African and international investors.

Media - By Staff Writer | 17 November, 2016
Ster-Kinekor eyes video-on-demand in South Africa

Ster-Kinekor eyes video-on-demand in South Africa

Ster-Kinekor is considering offering a transactional video-on-demand service in South Africa, CEO Wanda Matandela has told MyBroadband.

Media - By MyBroadband | 7 November, 2016
SABC wants to can prime time news

SABC wants to can prime time news

The SABC has followed E-tv’s lead and is requesting that its licence conditions be amended to remove the requirement to broadcast news in prime time.

Media - By MyBroadband | 31 October, 2016
Hlaudi Motsoeneng offered staff R10,000 ‘sweetener deals’ to gain favour: DA

Hlaudi Motsoeneng offered staff R10,000 ‘sweetener deals’ to gain favour: DA

The Democratic Alliance says it has been is reliably informed that Hlaudi Motsoeneng has promised an extra R10,000 to staff at the SABC as part of a ‘sweetener deal’ to gain favour.

Media - By Staff Writer | 20 October, 2016
Watch: security guard attacked by #FeesMustFall protesters

Watch: security guard attacked by #FeesMustFall protesters

Violent clashes erupted between student protesters and private security at the University of Cape Town (UCT) on Wednesday, as new footage captured by Aron Hyman shows.

Media - By Staff Writer | 20 October, 2016
‘DStv offers good value for money’ – MultiChoice

‘DStv offers good value for money’ – MultiChoice

MultiChoice has stated that DStv subscribers in South Africa will not see a price cut this year, and that the price of DStv in the country compares favourably with pricing in other African countries.

Media - By MyBroadband | 19 October, 2016
Watch: Brazen thief steals phone from a trolley in Woolworths

Watch: Brazen thief steals phone from a trolley in Woolworths

New video footage has emerged showing a man stealing a mobile phone from a handbag in a trolley in Woolworths while its owner is only a few feet away.

Media - By Staff Writer | 14 October, 2016
Radio is now mine, Hlaudi tells SABC staff

Radio is now mine, Hlaudi tells SABC staff

Embattled SABC executive for corporate affairs and former chief operating officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng has told staffers at a meeting that he is now in charge of the radio division of the public broadcaster.

Media - By News24Wire | 7 October, 2016
Why we reappointed Hlaudi – SABC board

Why we reappointed Hlaudi – SABC board

The SABC board on Wednesday said that none of the allegations made against former chief operating officer (COO) Hlaudi Motsoeneng are sustainable and it would be “premature” to exclude him from applying for positions at the public broadcaster.

Media - By News24Wire | 5 October, 2016
Motsoeneng “feeling good” as SABC board faces Parliament

Motsoeneng “feeling good” as SABC board faces Parliament

Controversial former SABC COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng was swamped by ANC supporters who hugged him and shook his hand when he arrived at Parliament on Wednesday.

Media - By News24Wire | 5 October, 2016
SABC board to face grilling in Parliament

SABC board to face grilling in Parliament

The SABC board will face a grilling in Parliament on Wednesday over the reappointment of former COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng, Icasa’s ruling on its protest policy, and the Public Protector’s report.

Media - By News24Wire | 5 October, 2016
SABC legal fees double amid Motsoeneng fiasco

SABC legal fees double amid Motsoeneng fiasco

Figures contained in the latest annual report of the SABC showed that legal fees for the public broadcaster climbed from R171 million to R257 million in the 2015/16 financial year, while legal claims provision also doubled from R47 million to R86 million.

General, Media - By Staff Writer | 4 October, 2016
Hlaudi has given judicial system the finger – Maimane

Hlaudi has given judicial system the finger – Maimane

DA leader Mmusi Maimane says former SABC COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng has flipped the bird at South Africa’s legal system.

Media - By News24Wire | 3 October, 2016
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