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Netflix has big appetite for growth

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Rajesh Sundaram: MultiChoice, ANN7 and the president’s stick

A former editor at ANN7 has lifted the lid on how Gupta employees deceived MultiChoice into believing it was ready to launch on its DStv platform

Multichoice opens up bidding for news channel

Naspers-owned MultiChoice announced on January 31 that it was looking for a black-owned media company to replace ANN7’s slot.

Editorial: MultiChoice just doesn’t get it

'​When MultiChoice chief executive Calvo Mawela addressed the media this week, he was contrite. There had been “mistakes”, he said'

Sanef: Removing ANN7 has ‘serious implications for media freedom’

ANN7’s contract will come to an end in August, and MultiChoice has said that it will be replaced by a new black-owned news channel.

ANN7 sacrificed to save MultiChoice ‘mistake-men’

MultiChoice was equally clear about the consequences of its 'mistake' — when ANN7’s contract ends in August, it will be dropped from DStv

‘ANN7 served as a front to defraud the state’— EFF

​The EFF on Wednesday welcomed Naspers' MultiChoice's decision to rid itself of Gupta-linked ANN7

Multichoice enquiry reveals no evidence of corruption in ANN7 deal

Last year MultiChoice launched an investigation into payments made to ANN7 that it paid the controversial channel R25-million upfront.

MultiChoice drops ANN7 from the DStv bouquet

On Wednesday, DStv announced that it will not renew its contract with TV station ANN7 when it expires in August

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