Financial Mail’s Ann Crotty nominated for Sikuvile Awards

The awards see the best of the best across various journalistic platforms being benchmarked against their peers

Independent Media announces voluntary severance packages

Company says move is aimed at mitigating future job losses after merger of some titles

WATCH: Ramaphosa finally appoints SABC board

Business Day TV spoke to Sunday Times digital editor Makhudu Sefara

Original SABC board list stands as lawyers label Ramaphosa’s instruction ‘unlawful’

The letter in which President Cyril Ramaphosa instructed Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula to send the matter back to the portfolio committee had no basis in law

Press Council commends media for defending SA’s press freedom

The body says members ‘extended democracy and ensured an open society by robustly exposing corruption and malfeasance’

SABC promises Scopa it will not need another bailout

Meanwhile, Scopa members criticised minister of communications Khumbudzo Ntshavheni, who is abroad, for failing to prioritise Scopa meetings

SABC confident job cuts can withstand legal scrutiny amid blackout threats

Labour court has confirmed public broadcaster has properly conducted itself in the process, spokesperson says

ENCA fires Kanthan Pillay over ‘rat’ tweet

Pillay tweeted this week that a reporter who had resigned was a ‘rat’ jumping to a sinking ship

‘I'm not an angel,’ says Hlaudi Motsoeneng as he concedes to ‘many mistakes’ at the SABC

The SABC is technically insolvent and has asked for a R3.2bn government guarantee, but the former COO insists he left its finances in good way

Hlaudi Motsoeneng says he was ‘the main man’ at the SABC

‘In the SABC no one was better than me … It's an insult to say I'm not educated,’ the axed SABC COO said

No matric, but Hlaudi Motsoeneng had people skills, former SABC chair says

Ben Ngubane explains the meteoric rise of one of the public broadcaster’s most colourful figures

SABC CEO tells inquiry of ‘dire situation’ after years of problems

Madoda Mxakwe tells the state-capture inquiry the SABC is technically insolvent, overburdened by staff salaries, and drowning in irregular expenditure

SABC’s acting chief operating officer calls it quits

Craig van Rooyen is leaving the cash-strapped public broadcaster in September

How foreign aid shapes journalism in Africa

About $600m a year is spent on media development in Africa by state and private funders

Icasa to investigate free use by pay-TV operators of SABC channels

Desperate public broadcaster argues must-carry rules have deprived it of potential revenue