SABC supported Educationalist and Activist Memorial Lecture

The SABC partnered with Gauteng Department of Education (GDE) through the Matthew Goniwe School of Leadership and Governance (MGSLG) to host MGSLG annual memorial lecture in honour of the late struggle icon and education activist, Matthew Goniwe on Thursday 10 May at SABC Radio part, at Auckland-park.

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Tributes pour in for Sam Nzima

Tributes continue to come in for late photographer Sam Nzima who was best known for taking the famous photograph of the dying Hector Peterson during the 1976 Soweto uprising.

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Internet, powerful tool of exclusion

Technology specifically, Artificial Intelligence on the internet has a way of not recognising black people in its recognition algorithms.

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SABC News exposes fake payslips, bank statements

In a shocking exposé, the SABC News can reveal how fake payslips and bank statements are sold in Johannesburg. The documents which appear authentic can be obtained at an internet café for just R600.

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South African press freedom in ‘fragile’ state

As the world observes World Press Freedom day on May 3rd, the press freedom in South Africa has been noted as ‘fragile’. This is according to the 2018 World Press Index by international non-governmental organisation Reporters Without Boarders or Reporters Sans Frontières (RSF).

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Minimum Wage App and how it works

The National Minimum Wage Act, 2017 is set to be implemented in May 2018. However, according to the Department of Labour, the process could be delayed by one or two months.

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