Reforming South Africa’s state owned enterprises should start with greater accountability and financial responsibility.
There were high hopes that the SABC would become a true public broadcaster after the end of apartheid when it was used ruthlessly as a propaganda machine. But those hopes have since been dashed.
South Africa's public broadcaster is in a state of crisis, gripped by paranoia and facing accusations of censorship. Can it be saved?
Many broadcasters around the world enforce local content quotas to ensure their television industries’ survival. But the success of these measures varies widely.