Mediatech Africa is proud to introduce the very first Africa Loudness Summit taking place at the continent's biggest broadcast technology show. As a platinum sponsor of the industry event, SABC believes that staff in all sectors of broadcast and production, from financial decision makers to engineers and operators,could benefit greatly from this unique opportunity to attain expert advice and global experience in solving the loudness problem and dealing with loudness regulation.
Eliminate Violence Against Women & Children. Declaration by the men of South Africa on the elimination of violence against women and children.
In line with the Employment Equity Act no 55 of 1998, that requires organisations to implement transformation initiatives to ensure equitable employment practices aimed at providing opportunities to previously disadvantaged individuals, the SABC established an Employment Equity Forum in August 2011, as per the Employment Equity legislation. The forum is constituted as per the Act and is representative of all the occupational levels, designated groups, unions, skills development facilitators and business units.
SABC Acting COO, Mr. Hlaudi Motsoeneng said that the SABC's values stipulates the aspect of Restoration of Human Dignity and Building a common future therefore it's important to have initiatives like this because they always make a difference. "It brings me so much joy to see so many young people today taking part in this Walk for Freedom initiative and retracing footsteps of the youth of 1976".
The SABC has done a splendid job in giving back to the remarkable world icon- Dr. Nelson Mandela. Radio 2000 hosted a press conference to showcase to the media its project for Mandela Month. The press conference was held on the 16th of July, Ground floor auditorium, Auckland Park.
SHIFT- 17 June 2013: Live For The First Time In A New Time Slot: 11am Mondays & Tuesday. June is celebrated as Youth Month in South Africa, paying tribute to the learners and ordinary citizens who lost their lives during the Soweto uprisings of 16 June 1976, 37 years ago.