Cash-strapped SABC to receive yet another government bailout – The National Treasury, has, once again, been persuaded to open its coffers up to the embattled broadcaster

The SABC is on the brink of a total blackout – crippling debt and lack of relieve funding will force the state entity to cut its national broadcast

SABC dismisses chief operating officer after conviction of gross negligence

There is absolutely no pills for stupidity! Hlaudi Motsoeneng is singing like a canary on campaign trail: “I received more than R1 million, it is not a secret, I accept I am corrupt”

Struggling SABC that has been dependent on state aid for years has placed staff into a huge embarrassment by not paying their salaries

SABC crashes – once proud state entity is now the biggest embarrassment of the country’s image after the ANC regime’s takeover in 1994

Another bottomless-pit namely the SABC, were given three months to live as government cuts cash injections

Poor governance and corruption in the ANC regime is the main reason why many state institutions face bankruptcy, just take SABC into consideration who needs R3 billion before March 2019 to pay salaries and debt

National bankrupt broadcaster SABC, splurges millions, footed by taxpayers, on parties and bonuses while retrenching hundreds of workers

The SABC employees pay the price for poor management decisions – Day zero coming

SABC treading on thin ice – SCOPA chases SABC away after the state entity could not provide necessary information about unlawful expenses of R4,9 billion

Hlaudi Motsoeneng ‘SABC was performing under my leadership,’ – even though he is the central figure in the complete financial and governance collapse of the corporation

Everything that the ANC has laid its hands on since 1994 has been tainted, yet ANC members of Parliament say that there is absolutely nothing wrong in our country

This is the reason why SABC is bankrupt and taxpayers likely to pay more towards TV-licenses in future- Top 3 executives earn packages of more than R12m

BEE ,Affirmative Action policies incorporated by the ruling ANC-regime and corruption is to blame for the financial ruin of a once flourishing SABC