Brief to Joint Monitoring Committee 20 June 2008. Contents. Introduction SABC strategy Overview Regulatory Framework SABC Strategy on Disability Overview of community for disabled Current approach to sign language and subtitling Challenges Future Considerations Conclusion.
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20 June 2008
Total Citizen Empowerment
2. Ensure the SABC produces compelling, professional and authoritative news, current affairs and other programming that tells the South African and African story accurately, fairly and in balanced way to all South Africans in line with its Editorial policies and regulations of ICASA
3. Ensure that the SABC reflects the World, in particular Africa, in line with its editorial policies and corporate goals, and plays a meaningful role in the supporting the African Renaissance and NEPAD
7. Put in place an innovative technology platform and infrastructure that will enable the SABC to deliver on its mandate
8. Ensure full statutory compliance of the SABC with the Broadcasting Act, the Charter, Editorial policies and other relevant legislation. Put in place systems, policies and procedures, and systems to ensure improved business processes, achieve efficiencies and good governance of the Corporation.
9. Monitor, evaluate and reward performance on the implementation of the SABC Corporate Goals and Editorial policies.
Code on People with Disabilities issued Nov 2007 by ICASA
accessibility such as improving and/or increase subtitles and sign
The SABC has developed a disability strategy aimed to address the following:
People with hearing impaired
People with Sight impaired
The survey includes all SA official and marginal languages including sign language