Broadcasting

Nov 25, 2020  |  South Africa: The SABC Seemingly Bows To Pressure As It Puts Job-Cuts In Abeyance

The South Africa Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) has announced that it is suspending the planned job-cuts programme. The national public broadcaster said the process will now be revisited in early 2021. Still, it is keen to stress that it is not ...


Nov 20, 2020  |  SABC Drama As Blackout Is Threatened, And COO Looks To Jump Ship!

As the management of the South Africa Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) continue to defend the decision to reduce its bloated staff salary bill via its planned retrenchment exercise, the staff of the organisation are also digging their heels in by threatening ...


Nov 19, 2020  |  South Africa: SABC Halts Job Cuts Process After Staff Threatened Blackout

It appears that the South Africa Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) plan to cut up to 400 staff from its 'bloated' staff-toll has hit a brick wall as the company announced that the process will now be halted.   The SABA management ...


Jul 24, 2020  |  SABC: Headwinds As Workers Union Vehemently Oppose Staff Cull

As managers at the South Africa Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) set about implementing their strategic turnaround plans  - part of which involves a level of staff shedding - their workers' union has said it would fight the move to the heavens ...


Multichoice Invested US$2.1 Billion In Nigeria In Last Five-Year Period

A report by Accenture has indicated that Africa’s leading video company, MultiChoice, has between 2015 and 2019 invested just over US$2.1 billion into the Nigerian economy.   According to an Accenture report, MultiChoice also spent just over US$400 million in ...

Former SABC COO Chris Maroleng Challenges His Dismissal In Court

Mr Chris Maroleng, the former Chief Operation Officer (COO) of the Southern Africa Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) is challenging his axing from the corporation in court. According to SABC press report, the court papers filed by Mr Maroleng claimed that his ...