The SABC is doing a fine job, and criticisms of its news judgment are largely due to the limited time available on its TV services, writes the SABC's Christine Qunta in The Star.  There's little criticism of radio, because there's so much more space.  But regular campaigns by no more than five angry white males and their surrogates are an attempt at ideological coercion.

"Fortunately, we live in a country where the rule of law exists and the SABC is protected not only from government interference but also from those outside government who conceal their real intent behind fancy slogans," writes Qunta.

Click here to read the column by Qunta, the deputy chairperson of the SABC, who is writing in her personal capacity. (Registration required).