SABC racks up operating loss of R509m in a single quarter

The public broadcaster is facing its worst financial crisis, despite implementing a turnaround strategy

SABC wants to amend Broadcasting Act to include mobile devices

The cash-strapped public broadcaster wants digital devices that stream SABC TV programmes to pay the TV licence fee

SABC board will not appeal against 2014 report on lapses at broadcaster

The decision not to proceed with the appeal could signal the end at the SABC for Hlaudi Motsoeneng, who has largely been blamed for the crisis there

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Lotus FM cheers possible end to SABC’s 90% local content policy

The radio station lost millions in revenue after the order in June 2016, and listenership plunged from 390,000 people to 260,000 in four months

Cabinet is not discussing SABC bail-out, for now

Department of Communications has sent someone with financial expertise to help the broadcaster’s board turn it around