Johannesburg – Monday, 29 October 2018 - The South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) is approaching the Labour Court with an application to have irregular appointments and promotions declared invalid as first identified in the 2014 Public Protector’s report, “When Governance and Ethics Fail”.
After a lengthy break, SABC Mobile is back with a bang and ready to assist SABC platforms to boost viewer participation via SMS and other mobile channels.
Communications Minister Nomvula Mokonyane says the delays in digital migration is a concern as it is costly for government and the industry. “Over the past few years we have experienced several delays due to a variety of circumstances that are well known to this forum,” Mokonyane said on Thursday, during a three-day colloquium, held in Bloemfontein in the Free State.
The Class of 2018 are about to step into those exam rooms to write their final examinations. SABC Education’s, Geleza Nathi, presents the LIVE Finals Revision Series to make sure South Africa’s Grade 12 learners are primed and ready moments before they write their final exams.
The topic of the week: Careers in mental health (Department of Health)