Despite the state broadcaster's financial struggles, a new R1 billion streaming service could soon be coming to South Africa.
The Department of Communication and Digital Technologies wants South Africa's public broadcaster to cast its net wider and become a much bigger digital player.
The SABC may soon follow the Post Office on the path of provisional liquidation, necessitating business rescue proceedings.
The SABC has launched its new streaming platform, SABC+.
Hijacking syndicates are taking South African vehicles across the border into neighbouring countries like Mozambique, Swaziland, Eswatini, Zambia, Namibia, Zimbabwe and Botswana. Speaking to ENCA, crime expert Calvin Rafadi said that car smuggling is b...
South Africa's economy can not handle an en masse strike at Transnet and the stakes are higher than they have ever been with the country on its knees, says the Steel and Engineering Industries Federation of South Africa.
Money promised by foreign jurisdictions to assist in the move away from coal is coming with more T's and C's than expected, says minister of environment, forestry and fisheries.
The ANC has proposed that the government move to scrap TV licences in the country - and replace it with a tax.
The South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) says that the introduction of a new TV licence scheme in South Africa is one of the key interventions that will need to be introduced for the national broadcaster to become financially viable.
The South African Broadcasting Corporation has doubled down on its plans to scrap the traditional TV licence model in South Africa in favour of a new public media levy.