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22 February 2017

STBs policy not an exercise of public power – Trengove

The policy decision made by Communications Minister Faith Muthambi in 2015 on the encryption capability of government-supplied set top boxes (STBs) for digital migration is not reviewable by a court....

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'Workplace' extends company-wide – ConCourt ruling

In a ruling reaffirming the principle of ‘majoritarianism’, the Constituional Court said yesterday the collective agreement between the Chamber of Mines and the majority trade unions in the gold mining...

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SABC's Gupta-linked deal under parliamentary scrutiny

The SABC’s relationship with ANN7, the Gupta-owned TV station, has come under intense scrutiny in Parliament, with evidence surfacing that the cash-strapped public broadcaster paid up to R1m for an...

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