Tag: MultiChoice Africa

  • DStv’s Showmax has a 10% discount if you pay using a Mastercard

  • Showmax ups the ante with a new original: Temptations Island South Africa

  • Multichoice still locked in a bitter tax battle with Nigerian authorities

  • DStv may soon let you pay for channels you want to watch

  • DStv’s Showmax is going to be streaming Euro 2020 matches

  • ZBC to get half of the 12 new TV stations in the pipeline? What?!

  • Two Zimbos graduate from the Multichoice Talent Factory Academy

  • DStv Catch Up is now available on all packages

  • Supersport is shaking up its channel line-up and adding an extra channel

  • Multichoice Showmax Pro is now available in Zimbabwe

  • MultiChoice Group joins the United Nations’ Pause campaign to fight COVID-19 misinformation

  • MultiChoice Says DStv Has Lowest Repeat Rate In The World But Africans Watch More TV

  • For The First Time, MultiChoice Has More Subscribers Outside SA Than In It

  • MultiChoice Clarifies Issues Over South African Registered DStv Accounts In Zimbabwe

  • Multichoice Africa Rakes In $3.7 Billion In Revenues

  • Barclays Bank Joins The Club, Suspending DStv Payments

  • DStv Zimbabwe’s new prices versus DStv South Africa prices – it’s not that big a difference anymore

  • Naspers loses subscribers as DStv annual price increases negatively impact the media giant

  • It’s not just Zimbabwe, MultiChoice is also struggling with illegal DStv accounts in Malawi

  • DStv fined by Sierra Leone telecoms regulator for overcharging subscribers

  • MultiChoice says it welcomes Netflix’s arrival – Here’s why it’s not worried

  • Opportunities for internet providers as Naspers eyes bigger VOD market

  • ONTAPtv VOD service launch in SA displays strategy built for the rest of Africa

  • TWZ, Battle of Chefs, Zim Dancehall & the dozen shows on my Zambezi Magic to-watch list

  • Naspers, parent company of MultiChoice set to launch a Netflix competitor

  • Zambezi Magic is DStv’s new channel for local productions

  • My beef with DStv

  • A word for Zim producers: MultiChoice is calling for local content

  • Nigerian High Court stops MultiChoice from raising DStv subscription fees

  • Africa’s Netflix, iROKOtv, kills ads to focus on subscription VOD exclusively