A cabinet reshuffle announced by South Africa’s re-elected President threatens the independence of the nation’s Public Service Broadcaster, media observers fear
It’s all change at the SABC, with a new acting Chief Executive Officer and acting Chief Financial Officer announced after a series of crises in senior management
The broadcaster’s commercial arm has created a new role as part of a wider reorganisation along geographical lines, to broaden reach in key markets such as Africa
South Africa’s first black president and hero of the anti-apartheid struggle has died, sparking a outpouring of grief and tributes for a man who embodied freedom and reconciliation
SABC’s Lulama Mokhobo will discuss the opportunities of ‘triple play’ at a broadcast technology show in South Africa
The southern African country becomes the first on the continent to adopt a Japanese DTT standard
Tagged Botswana, Brazil, digital transition, digitial TV, DTT, DVB-T, DVB-T2, ISDB, ISDB-Tb, ITU, Japan, South Africa
Kiesha-Ann Smith is one of four CBA Travel Attachment Bursars for 2013. Find out what she learned from her trip
Hundreds attended the memorial service for the late SABC presenter, Vuyo Mbuli, in Johannesburg yesterday. He died from an embolism in his lung, collapsing while he watched a rugby match last weekend, aged 46.
Presenting the four broadcasters who received this year’s CBA travel bursaries…
Tagged Canada, educational TV, Kenya, Nigeria, RJR, Rwanda, South Africa, travel bursary, TVJ, TVO, Zambia
In the face of a continuing wrangle over control of set-top boxes, will the country’s digital switchover make the deadline?
Tagged digital transition, digitial TV, Dina Pule, DTT, DVB-T, e.tv, ISDB-Tb, ITU, SABC, Sentech, South Africa