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.
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.
The countdown to Mediatech 2013 has started and anticipation for the top brands and services on offer this year in broadcasting, film, production and post-production is underway. Professionals, including from the SABC, involved with content creation and production across various mediums through to transmission can look forward to a dynamic experience.
"We have agreed with the team that something needs to change. In my few days here, I have realised that if we are serious about making an impact, we do not need to do anything new but to start doing things differently," said Mr. Jabulani Mabaso, the new Group Executive: Human Capital Services.
Pretoria, 30 May 2013 – Children with disabilities and their communities would both benefit if society focused on what those children can achieve, rather than what they cannot do, according to UNICEF’s annual State of the World’s Children’s report released globally.
01-26 May 2010: The foundation of every state is the education of its youth, Diogenes Laertius. When high-school students in Soweto started protesting for better education on 16 June 1976, police responded with teargas and live bullets. It is commemorated today by a South African national holiday, Youth day, which honors all the young people who lost their lives in the struggle against Apartheid and Bantu Education. It is a celebration and a gift of freedom for those born on 16th June and also for those who lost their lives in the pursuit of freedom.