Labour federation COSATU has called MultiChoice’s decision not to renew their contract with ANN7-TV hypocritical.
Multichoice says it will fully cooperate with the Special Investigations Unit following allegations of payments made to the SABC and the Gupta-linked ANN7 channel.
Multichoice says it will not be renewing ANN7’s contract when it expires in August 2018. Chief Executive Officer Calvo Mawela announced this at a media in Randburg on Tuesday.
The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (Icasa) has confirmed that it will investigate subscription TV company Multichoice, the Democratic Alliance said on Sunday. This followed a complaint lodged by the DA in November last year requesting that Icasa conduct an inquiry into payments made by Multichoice to ANN7 and the SABC, allegedly in exchange […]
U.S. law firm Pomerantz LLP said on Tuesday it had launched an investigation into whether South Africa’s Naspers and its directors had engaged in any business malpractices. Pomerantz said it was conducting the probe on behalf of Naspers’ shareholders after a unit of the media and e-commerce giant said it would investigate claims of improper […]