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SOS Calls for the Immediate Investigation of the SABC Chair’s Qualifications

Date submitted: 17 July 2014
SOS Calls for the Immediate Investigation of the SABC Chair’s Qualifications

The Coalition calls on Parliament to immediately investigate these allegations. Further, Coalition members believe that if these allegations are correct and there is strong evidence to back this up, the Chair must step down from her position with immediate effect.

Appointment of SABC COO

Date submitted: 9 July 2014
Appointment of SABC COO

The SOS Coalition notes with alarm the Minister of Communications’ announcement of the appointment of Mr. Hlaudi Motsoeneng as the COO of the SABC.

SOS Coalition Backs COSATU’s Call to Rescue the SABC from its Sorry State

Date submitted: 24 June 2014
SOS Coalition Backs COSATU’s Call to Rescue the SABC from its Sorry State

The SOS Coalition welcomes today’s open letter to the SABC Board by the General Secretary of Cosatu, Zwelinzima Vavi.  In his letter, comrade Vavi enumerates the series of problems that have plagued the SABC since 2007 – many of which remain unsolved. The Coalition stands in full support of the analysis of the Communication Workers Union (CWU) and the Broadcast, Electronic Media and Allied Workers Union’s (BEMAWU), as articulated by comrade Vavi, today, on what needs to change in the SABC if it is to truly become a people’s broadcaster.

Ministerial Instability and ICT Fragmentation Offer South Africa No Good Story to Tell

Date submitted: 26 May 2014
Ministerial Instability and ICT Fragmentation Offer South Africa No Good Story to Tell

Regrettably, instead of ensuring stability in a Ministry that has been beset by scandal and the turbulence caused by five Ministers in five years, President Zuma has not only chosen to release the hard-working former Minister, Yunus Carrim, from his service, but also redefined the role and mandate of the Communications Ministry.

Open letter to SABC Chair on the National Key Points Act

Date submitted: 13 April 2014

There is nothing in the draconian National Key Points Act that would prevent SABC staff from informing the public of evidence of political interference and governance crises at the public broadcaster.

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