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Naspers keeps its enemies close

Naspers keeps its enemies close

In a year of multibillion-rand investments, the deal that stands out for Naspers CEO Bob van Dijk is the a joint venture agreement reached with Scandinavian e-commerce rival Schibsted. It is a case of keeping your friends

Naspers results: what you need to know

Naspers results: what you need to know

Naspers’s video entertainment and Internet businesses showed strong growth in revenue in the year to March 2015, but earnings were once again underpinned by Chinese Internet group Tencent. This as the group

DStv rakes in the cash for Naspers

DStv rakes in the cash for Naspers

Depressed economy? What depressed economy? MultiChoice, which owns DStv, M-Net and SuperSport, has turned in another strong financial performance for the year ended 31 March 2015

E.tv loses battle over TV encryption

E.tv loses battle over TV encryption

The high court in Pretoria has dealt a huge blow to free-to-air broadcaster e.tv, stating amendments to South Africa’s broadcasting digital migration policy, gazetted in March, will remain in force. “The court has affirmed

SA misses more than digital TV deadline

SA misses more than digital TV deadline

More than a decade after South Africa started preparing to switch off analogue terrestrial television, the deadline government agreed to with other nations to end the broadcasts has not been met. This Wednesday, 17 June, marks the date that

DStv grows SABC News footprint

DStv grows SABC News footprint

MultiChoice is extending the footprint of the South African public broadcaster’s 24-hour TV news channel, SABC News, on its DStv satellite pay-TV platform to the rest of the continent. There’s been

SABC scales back digital TV ambitions

SABC scales back digital TV ambitions

SABC chief operating officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng says the public broadcaster will now launch with only five television channels once the long-delayed commercial start of South Africa’s switch from analogue to digital broadcasting begins. When

Residents see red over DStv’s new digs

Residents see red over DStv’s new digs

MultiChoice’s flashy new head office building in Randburg, on the corner of Republic Road and Bram Fischer Drive, is a shining temple to the DStv operator’s success. But residents affected by its construction are up in arms, accusing the Naspers-owned

SABC deal allegations ‘ridiculous': DStv

SABC deal allegations ‘ridiculous': DStv

DStv parent MultiChoice did not force the SABC to agree not to carry its free-to-air channels on broadcasting platforms that use encryption and a clause to this effect in a channel supply agreement

DStv rival StarSat goes offline

DStv rival StarSat goes offline

Pay-television provider StarSat has gone off-air, apparently because of technical problems. Viewers say the signal stopped transmitting on Monday afternoon. StarSat subscribers have called

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