Blow for IOL as Facebook blocks content after slew of spam alerts

Facebook users seem to be flagging as spam legitimate news stories from Independent Online’s publications

Broadcasters worry about 'unfettered' state power in new law on copyright

Industry players submitting their views to Parliament say some provisions make creative works economically unviable

Ousted SABC chiefs face pensions freeze

Legal proceedings have started for a lien against pension payments to Hlaudi Motsoeneng — who also has to pay back an R11m bonus — and James Aguma

SABC wants to recoup losses by withholding pensions

Losses incurred under Hlaudi Motsoeneng and James Aguma may mean their pensions are withheld, as 362 applications are received to join the board

Afriforum raises Malema in hate-speak appeal

Verashni Pillay, who was editor of the Huffington Post at the time the blog was published, takes the judgment on appeal

Former Huffington Post editor to challenge finding of blog hate speech

Appeal against the press ombudsman’s ruling on hate speech blog will be heard on Monday

Disgraced Aguma quits SABC, but is not off the hook

The acting CEO leaves SA’s public broadcaster under a cloud, but the board says an SIU probe may bring him to book

Suspended SABC executive hit with additional charges at disciplinary hearing

James Aguma’s lawyer says this is pure victimisation; the SABC says it has every right to bring more charges

Extreme makeover set for SABC’s outdated policies

The new review process aims to ensured that a proper consultation process takes place with the public, and that final policies are in line with the ...

Members of the public invited to give opinion on six SABC policies

Icasa has approved recommendations to nullify the SABC’s editorial policies of 2016‚ which banned the airing of footage of violent protests

Suna Venter’s death casts light on media conditions

Constant harassment Venter faced for challenging the status quo at the SABC was a major contributor to her tragic death, says Media Monitoring Africa director

BLF leader Andile Mngxitama defies interdict, threatens journalists outside court

A slanging match broke out outside the High Court in Johannesburg, which granted Sanef and 11 journalists an interdict preventing Black First Land First from ...

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ANC calls for regulatory body for print media

ANC delegates want a media appeals tribunal as print media, especially, are a ‘powerful tool that can effect even a regime change’

SABC awaits Treasury response on government guarantee request

The SABC needs a government guarantee of about R1bn to stay afloat

Ayanda Dlodlo condemns intimidation of journalists

Statement by communications minister is first from government since attacks on journalists last week

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