The Broadcasting Complaints Commission of South Africa (BCCSA) has rejected the complaint that Metro FM presenter, T-bo Touch, promoted the use of dagga on air. According to Channel24, a complainant reported that T-bo Touch made "disturbing" ... NOW!, 4 days ago
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E.TV has been fined R10,000 for airing adult material before 8pm, the Broadcasting Complaints Commission of SA said on Tuesday. The programme, which appeared to be a mock trial of two estranged lovers, was aired at 5.30pm, the commission said in ...BNReporter South Africa, 1 month ago e.TV fined over too-sexy court drama Daily News South Africa, 1 month ago e.tv fined for showing male stripper with a boner Namibian Sun, 1 month ago Broadcaster e.TV to pay R10,000 fine BCCSA Citizen.co.za, 1 month ago
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Aug. 25--CTH's pay-TV subscribers have lodged complaints about unfair treatment with the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC), claiming that they pay high fees for a poor service. On many online forums such as pantip.com, ...BusinessWeek, 3 weeks ago
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