As three senior SABC employees fight for their jobs after they were suspended last week for protesting against what they saw as increasing censorship at the state broadcaster, a group of concerned SABC news staff sent a letter of grievances to the chief operating officer.
Motsoeneng’s decision to ban coverage of violent protests and the suspensions of three senior SABC news employees last week has led to an increasing sense of mutiny from staff and management.
What happened in Tshwane is a costly disaster that has the potential to replicate itself at calamitous proportions.
In presiding over England’s humiliating Euro 2016 elimination at the hands of Iceland, Roy Hodgson seemed to abandon the principles upon which he has constructed his entire career.
Cash-strapped institutions have to suspend infrastructure development.
The party says the purpose of the exercise is to bring attention to the plight of the poor.
Bail was abandoned by both accused and they were remanded in custody.
National Treasury may have provided President Zuma with his bill, but social media is having the final say.
Highlands Park director Sinky Mnisi says Premier Soccer League new boys Highlands Park are not interested in singing old and washed out players.
The truck, which police believed was transporting counterfeit goods, was spotted on the N1 heading for Cape Town.
Will the shock finally shut her up for good? Watch ‘Uzalo’ this week to find out.
‘Isibaya’ promises more drama this week.
Will Dintle succeed in her tricks? Watch ‘Scandal’ this week to find out.
Here’s what’s coming up this week on Muvhango.