SABC has another problem: people have stopped paying TV licences – wonder why??

The SABC’s latest annual report shows a drastic decline in revenue from TV licences. According to the 2017 report, revenue of R847.4 million was collected through television licence fees. This figure is R449.4 million – 34.7% – below budget, representing a decrease of R178.5 million – 17.4% – compared to the previous year. “The revenue […]
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SABC posts R977m loss – Looks like consumers is boikoting the Public Broadcaster as well

The South African Broadcasting Corporation posted a R977m loss after tax for the 2016/17 financial year, its annual report tabled in Parliament on Tuesday revealed. The public broadcaster’s net loss for the year ending March 2017 more than doubled from R412m in 2016, following a year of upheaval that included the dissolution of the permanent […]
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Here is the form to cancel your SABC TV licence with instructions.

The SABC tells you to pay your TV licence because “it’s the right thing to do” – but thanks to the onerous cancellation process, it’s basically the only option you have. Thousands of South Africans continue to pay the annual fee of R265, simply because trying to cancel it is a nightmare process. The SABC website […]
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LESS African Languages Published Now Than During Apartheid. Institutional Genocide By English and ANC in SA

Why is there less African language media today than during apartheid? With the issue of english being used as a tool to disrupt other languages in the news at the moment, especially at institutes of higher learning, Peta Krost Maunder asks why English still dominates media after more than 20 years of a democracy with […]
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Who is Naspers / Media24, or rather, WHY is it? How “Black” is it? How far does the rabbit hole go?

Naspers is a good example of the increasingly blurred lines between the media & entertainment industry and the telecommunication industry which dominant media corporations deliberately exploit. It has national and international interests in digital media (pay-television, instant messaging platforms, and related technologies), print media (publishing, distribution and printing of newspapers, magazines and books), and private […]
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ANC regime officially classed as an Apartheid State due to Black Apartheid Laws. We hereby charge the ANC with the crime of Apartheid!

The ANC will become the first and only organisation to be charged with the crime of Apartheid. According to the International Convention on the Suppression and Punishment of the Crime of Apartheid, adopted by the General Assembly of the United Nations on 30 November 1973, Article II the ANC regime is classed as an Apartheid […]
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11 Tactics Used by the Mainstream Media to Manufacture Consent for the Multinational Oligarchy

The mainstream media is aging and collapsing under the weight of its own hubris and arrogance. Now entirely formulaic in presentation and predictable in substance, the ‘major’ outlets of news, which are monopolized under only a small handful of corporations, serve the purpose of misleading the public on important issues and manufacturing consent for government […]
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SABC hijacked – no longer public broadcaster, now serving the ANC not 12 nations

Criticism is growing over the unilateral “hijacking” of the SABC by the minister of communications, Faith Muthambi, who in a secretive change through a SABC Memorandum of Incorporation, has apparently stripped the SABC board of its powers, reducing the SABC board’s autonomy and reducing the board to a rubber stamp. “It’s not an exaggeration to […]
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