SABC says MultiChoice profiting unfairly from carriage obligations

18 May 2018, Regulation and Policy - South Africa Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) says must-carry regulations, which require DStv parent MultiChoice and other satellite pay-television providers to carry the SABC’s three free-to-air channels, are unfair and commercial broadcasters are exploiting the situation to their advantage and to the financial detriment of the public broadcaster, reports TechCentral.

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High School Career Expo in partnership with SABC Education - Glen Mall

Entrance is FREE for everyone to attend & you get the chance to find out about education. The more the merrier. 

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Outrage continues over death sentence for Sudanese woman

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it." width="141" height="79" />Mlambo Ngcuka says forced marriage is a violation of rights.

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Nzima described as a brave man

Speaker after speaker has described legendary photographer Sam Nzima as a brave man who was dedicated to his craft.

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SABC supported Educationalist and Activist Memorial Lecture

The SABC partnered with Gauteng Department of Education (GDE) through the Matthew Goniwe School of Leadership and Governance (MGSLG) to host MGSLG annual memorial lecture in honour of the late struggle icon and education activist, Matthew Goniwe on Thursday 10 May at SABC Radio part, at Auckland-park.

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Police probe perjury accusation by Manana

Police are investigating a perjury accusation by ANC MP Mduduzi Manana against his former domestic worker, Christine Wiro, among related cases.

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