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SA fails on digital migration
SA fails on digital migration
South Africa is on the small list of countries that have failed to get out of the starting blocks regarding digital migration, according to an...
Digital Migration: too little, too late
Digital Migration: too little, too late
On June 17 South Africa will miss a vital deadline. Unlike dozens of other countries (many of them African) we have failed to migrate from analogue...
Cabinet sets aside R3-billion for set-top box rollout
Cabinet sets aside R3-billion for set-top box rollout
Over R3-billion has been set aside for the rollout of the set-top box (STB) in South Africa, with more than five million poor households to get the...
MPs grill SABC over staff's serious lack of skills
MPs grill SABC over staff's serious lack of skills
Members of Parliament came down hard on the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) and questioned whether the public broadcaster was capable...
Delay likely in switch to digital broadcasting
Delay likely in switch to digital broadcasting
The final switchover date from analogue to digital broadcasting could be delayed by at least a few months, Communications Minister Siphiwe Nyanda...
A slow-motion digital migration
A slow-motion digital migration
Everyone's an emigrant to the land of digital-only TV.
Brave new world of digital TV
Brave new world of digital TV
The broadcasting sector is set for sweeping changes as a result of the analog-to-digital switch-over.
Digital delight doesn't come cheaply
Digital delight doesn't come cheaply
Digital television is set to add to the thrills of the 2010 World Cup in South Africa, but will poor households be able to afford the R700 required...
Strict security for SA's digital TV decoders
Strict security for SA's digital TV decoders
Strict security features will be installed in set-top boxes that will enable South Africans to switch from analogue to digital broadcasting,...
Govt to assist 'poorest TV-owning households'
Govt to assist 'poorest TV-owning households'
The government is to provide R2,45-billion to South Africa's "poorest TV-owning households" to help them buy the set-top signal boxes they will...

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