MPHO A NDABA: Why SA is not prepared for the proposed analogue switch off date
Switching off analogue terrestrial television signals will fundamentally infringe on the right to access and receive information for the majority of South Africans, writes Mpho Ndaba.
MPHO A NDABA: Why the SABC needs to be more radical
Mpho A Ndaba writes about how, as white Afrikaners used the SABC to advance its nationalism, the public broadcaster is critical to depicting our contemporary, inherently anti-black, problems.
MPHO A NDABA: Why the SABC needs a public editor
Given the history of interference at the SABC - a worrying trend that seems to be continuing - the public broadcaster needs someone who puts public interest first, writes Mpho A Ndaba.
MPHO A NDABA: 'The River' lays bare the challenges black queer people face
Queerness in South Africa feels like always being perched on the edge of your seat, waiting for the most horrendous violence to be enacted.
MPHO A NDABA: What does it mean to celebrate the SABC’s 85-year anniversary?
Celebrations must be centered on ensuring that the SABC does not become complicit in any act that is anti-democratic, anti-black, and anti-working class, writes Mpho A Ndaba.