Zahara is ready to let fans into her life with her reality show ‘Zahara: As I Rise’. Here’s where and when it will debut…
The ANC is pushing for the SABC to eliminate TV licences and rather introduce a new tax. Are you one of the 82% who don’t pay?
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TV licence payments never became a success with South Africans. The ANC has now proposed a plan that will leave the SABC smiling.
The ANC is standing firm on its plan for the SABC to eliminate TV licences and rather introduce a new tax. Watch this space!
Golden Arrows welcome Kaizer Chiefs to the Moses Mabhida Stadium for what promises to be a blockbuster DStv Premiership clash on Saturday.
Zahara is slowing letting her walls down by letting her fans into her personal life ahead of her reality TV series in February.
Nineteen SABC radio stations and five television channels will be available on the public broadcaster’s new streaming service.
‘When death visits, it is never pleasant for anyone:’: Metro FM news anchor Pearl Shongwe was found dead in her home.
Feminine Lotus is a short film about a transgender woman. Its writer Raymond Motadi spoke about its making.
Paul O’Sullivan, a top private investigator on the Phala Phala case, lost his cool with SABC anchor Sakina Kamwendo earlier today.
The SABC is reportedly threatening to pull the plug on Zahara’s reality TV series — before it even airs — if she does not ‘clean up her act’.
The SABC has announced the acquisition of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 and FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia/New Zealand 2023.
Ukhozi FM’s Bongani Mavuso who was set to celebrate his 46th birthday on Thursday, 29 September has passed away.
Actor Vusi Thanda, who went viral for asking Mzansi for donations, has claimed that the SABC owes him royalties for ‘Emzini Wezinsizwa’.
Follow Banyana Banyana’s first or two friendlies against Brazil at the Orlando Stadium on Friday, 2 September LIVE!
SABC has decided to play hardball with some of its non-compliant customers – and complaints have been made about a ‘threatening’ SMS campaign.
SABC Video Entertainment is inviting producers or content creators to submit content and programme proposals, HERE’S HOW:
Former SABC COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng needs to pay R11.5m back with interest calculated at 15.5% per annum from September 2016.
Up to 82% of registered TV licence owners are refusing to pay the annual fee, forcing them to look into implementing a ‘media levy’…
The State Capture report found that former SABC COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng abused his powers and essentially helped the Guptas