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24 August 2016 13:54 (South Africa)
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Switching Channels: SABC flips, flops and reinstates 7 journalists

  • Greg Nicolson
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    Greg Nicolson

    Nicolson left his hometown of Melbourne to move to Johannesburg, beset by fears Australia was going to the dogs. With a camera and a Mac in his bag, he ventures out to cover power and politics, the lives of those included and those excluded. He can be found at the tavern, searching for a good story or drowning a bad one.

Photo: Original by Steven Lang.
Original photo: Hlaudi Motsoeneng (Steven Lang)

SABC: Labour court battle won, but the war is still on

By Greg Nicolson
Photo by Nick Thompson via Flickr.

Op-Ed: Hlaudi’s Humpty Dumpty Day

By Stephen Grootes
Photo: Outside: Hlaudi Motsoeneng (Steven Lang); Inside: A man gestures to the police (not in picture) during violent service delivery protests in Bekkersdal, west of Johannesburg October 25, 2013. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko

SABC buckles, but crisis isn’t broken

By Greg Nicolson
Photo of ANC Secretary-General Gwede Mantashe by Greg Nicolson.

TRAINSPOTTER: Luthuli House rules – electoral victory is certain, Hlaudi is going down, and regime change in Zim

By Richard Poplak
Photo of Hlaudi Motsoeneng by Steven Lang.

Hlaudi Motsoeneng, after Icasa ruling: ‘We are not going to change anything’

By Greg Nicolson
Photo: A file picture dated 16 December 2012 shows South African President Jacob Zuma during the 53rd ANC National Conference held in Mangaung, South Africa, 23 May 2016. EPA/KIM LUDBROOK

Op-Ed: Hlaudi, a mere symptom of a systemic threat

By Stephen Grootes
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Bheki’s Ordinary People: SABC Turmoil

By BHEKI C. SIMELANE
Photo: SABC COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng (Original photograph by Steven Lang)

TRAINSPOTTER: Has the ANC cancelled The Hlaudi Channel?

By Richard Poplak
Photo: The SABC Broadcast Centre headquarters in Auckland Park, Johannesburg (Mike Powell, via Wikimedia Commons)

Analysis: The Good Ship SABC and its many course alterations

By J Brooks Spector
Photo of Hlaudi Motsoeneng by eNCA.

SABC: Battle lines drawn against Hlaudi’s ‘rule by diktat’

By Greg Nicolson
Photo: James Aguma, SABC’s newly-appointed CEO. (Ugandan Diaspora)

SABC denies revolt and appoints new ‘leader’

By Greg Nicolson
Photo: The beautiful Tshwane, by John Karwoski via Flickr.

Clean sweep: Tshwane according to the SABC

By Marelise van der Merwe
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Fear and loathing: First look at Guptas’ attempt to bite a chunk of Iqbal Survé’s stake in Independent Media

By Marianne Thamm
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Pistorius saga also puts SA journalism in the dock

By Mandy de Waal
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Poverty - How the other half live

By Mandy de Waal
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Intelligence Wars, now featuring Sunday Times

By Sipho Hlongwane
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By Rebecca Davis
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DA vs COSATU: Photos

By Daily Maverick Staff Reporter
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Ilan Godfrey wins OPENPhoto Award

By Daily Maverick Staff Reporter
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War photographer extraordinaire, departed

By Greg Marinovich
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Need money? Ask the crowd - online

By Rebecca Davis
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The prize to create African media 2.0

By Simon Allison
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First Thing with Simon Williamson

By Simon Williamson
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Sam Nzima: Waterless in Lilydale

By Karyn Maughan
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Marilyn Monroe: Graydon Carter's blunting edge

By Kevin Bloom
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Reporter's black/white notebook: A national catastrophe averted

By Greg Nicolson
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Nerds assemble - Why the biggest film of the year may also be its best

By Richard Poplak
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Making the monsters bearable: Maurice Sendak dies at 83

By Kevin Bloom
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The art of activism: Thapelo Motsumi & the Umuzi Photo Club

By Greg Nicolson