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Vodacom will significantly reduce out-of-bundle prices for all customers from mid-October. For pre-paid and customers on top-up packages, the out-of-bundle rate will drop by as much as 50% once the new 99c per megabyte tariff comes into effect on 15 October. The out-of-bundle rate for post-paid customers was reduced from R1 per megabyte to 89c on 1 October.

“Over the last few years, we’ve significantly brought down the cost of voice tariffs and moved customers to more affordable plans. We undertook to reduce out-of-bundle rates, and we’ve now delivered on that too.  This saving on data costs follows our reducing data prices by 18.9% over the last year alone.

 

“More needs to be done. We need to expand 4G coverage still further, and keep pace with an increase of more than 45% in sustained data traffic demand. Both of these come at a cost, and we have invested some R32.7 billion over the last four years. However, lack of access to spectrum is hampering our ability to drive down infrastructure costs and in turn, enable us to pass savings to the consumer,” said Shameel Joosub, Group CEO of Vodacom.

 

Vodacom has recently introduced a series of measures to encourage in-bundle adoption and minimise out-of-bundle usage. These include sending in-bundle data usage notifications which include personalised Just4You offers, which provide better value, and sending customers out-of-bundle data usage reminders which carry the actual rand value. All customers receive the first notification once R10 has been spent out-of-bundle, and depending on the customer profile, they can be sent up to 10 trigger notifications to encourage in-bundle data usage.

 

“Our Just4You platform provides personalised offers for customers and helps to drive down costs. More than 40% of our customers used voice or data bundles in the past financial year, an increase of around 25%, and our aim is to increase usage still further. Accelerating price reductions for data creates greater value for customers,” concludes Joosub.

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SABC post a net-loss of almost a Billion ZAR

Posted by radio On October - 3 - 2017 ADD COMMENTS

The South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) announced its annual results for the 2016/2017 financial year.

The SABC posted a net loss after tax of R977 million during the year under review.  The organization experienced financial constraints owing to revenue streams deteriorating at a rate of 6% higher than the costs reduction. Cash and cash equivalents as at the end of 2016/17 financial year were R82 million compared to the previous year’s R881 million. This significant decrease in cash reserves has resulted in the SABC not being able to pay its debts as they fall due.

Revenue and other income for the period under review was R7.6 billion (2016: R8.1 billion) which is a 6% decrease year-on-year. Revenue is mainly derived from the primary revenue stream of advertising which decreased by 5% to R5.6 billion (2016: R5.9 billion), sponsorships revenue also decreased by 18% to R384 million (2016: R469 million), and TV license revenue also decreased by 7% to R915 million (2016: R986 million) compared to prior year.

 

The corporation received an adverse audit opinion for the period under review. The factors which contributed to this adverse opinion include amongst others; going concern basis of accounting, property plant and equipment, irregular expenditure and deferred government grants.

 

Despite all these challenges, the SABC was able to deliver on its on its public service mandate, as set out by the Broadcasting Act No 4 of 1999 as amended, as well the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA).

 

Radio

SABC radio which consists of 15 Public Service Broadcasting (PBS) stations and three Public Commercial Service (PCS) stations, services all South Africans in their preferred language. The combined average number of 28.9 million listeners per week makes the SABC’s radio offering a unique one that no other broadcaster can match. Radio stations embraced the effective synergy that digital media and radio offers to both the consumer and trade markets. All stations made extensive use of their respective websites to publish programming and marketing content and to keep listeners engaged beyond the point of traditional broadcasting.

TV

In terms of television, the network continued to dominate the broadcasting landscape with the public service broadcaster’s five television channels attracting, on average, 28.8 million (SABC1), 26.9 million (SABC2), 21 million (SABC3), 2.2 million (SABC News) and 1.4 million (SABC Encore) viewers in a typical month. Seventeen of the nation’s Top 20 television programmes are carried on the SABC.

 

The organization was also able to deliver on its local content quotas with SABC1, SABC2 and SABC3 achieving 80%, 67% and 53% respectively. Across its radio stations, SABC also delivered local content above ICASA regulations. There were however some difficulties, when the local content directive distorted the licensing formats of some radio stations, leading to audience and revenue losses.

 

With regards to SABC News, it successfully delivered on the most anticipated political event of the year – the 2016 Local Government Elections. As South Africa’s only public service broadcaster, the SABC’s role is most critical during an election period.

 

SABC Sport ensured the broadcast of sporting events such as the 2016 AFCON tournament; SA Sports Awards; 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Summer Games; the FIFA Club World Cup; Euro 2016; and an International Boxing Tournament featuring a local South African Boxer, the first international event to be showcased since the return of Boxing in 2015, the Cricket Inbound Tour as well as the Comrades Marathon, which is considered as amongst the best in terms of production and broadcast.

 

The Acting Group Chief Executive Officer (AGCEO), Ms Nomsa Philiso stated that “We are naturally disappointed with financial performance for the 2016/17 financial year. We are however encouraged by the great progress that is starting to show in the first quarter of the current financial year”.

 

The AGCEO further commented that “In particular costs containment measures are in place and financial prudence is exercised throughout. We are working hard to sustain this progress and to deal with all the outstanding issues raised by the Auditor-General’”.

 

During the year under review, the public service broadcaster won many prestigious awards and received numerous accolades, thereby confirming its status as South Africa’s top broadcaster. A total of 31 radio awards were won by the SABC, and SABC TV reclaimed its rightful spot and enjoyed a strong presence at a number of awards.

 

The SABC is committed in turning around its financial performance and will continue with the measures which have been put in place. The public service broadcaster will continue to serve the public of South Africa as it provides quality programming that is informative, educational and entertaining.

 

[Issued by: SABC]

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Naspers increases stake in Delivery Hero

Posted by radio On September - 28 - 2017 ADD COMMENTS

Naspers, a global internet and entertainment group and one of the largest technology investors in the world, today announced a transaction to obtain 22,359,857 shares of Delivery Hero stock from Rocket Internet for €660m (US$775m) at a price of €29.50 per share. The purchase increases Naspers’ stake to 23.6% and positions the company as the largest shareholder in Delivery Hero.

 

 

Naspers initially invested in Delivery Hero in May of this year. Since then, the company executed a successful IPO in June and delivered strong half-year results as a public company on September 26, 2017.

 

 

“Delivery Hero is already the leading online food ordering and delivery marketplace in most of the countries in which it operates and our increased investment demonstrates our confidence in the long-term prospects for the company. The food delivery sector is still underpenetrated and growing rapidly across the world. Many markets have experienced significant traction already, but we believe the potential is far greater in high-growth markets than that observed in the West,” Naspers CEO, Bob van Dijk said.

 

 

“We are delighted that Naspers is increasing its stake in Delivery Hero. We share the same long-term belief in our business and we will continue to benefit from their experience to grow our business globally,” said Niklas Östberg, CEO, Delivery Hero.

 

 

Growing its position in online food ordering and delivery is consistent with Naspers’ strategy to invest in platforms with global potential that offer online marketplace services in high-growth markets. Delivery Hero has outstanding growth prospects and has high levels of consumer engagement in the markets where it operates. In addition to the investment in Delivery Hero, Naspers recently led an $80M Series E investment in Swiggy, a leading food ordering and delivery platform in India. Through majority-owned Movile, Naspers has a leading food delivery business in iFood, operating in Brazil and Mexico (under the brand SinDelantal), and Naspers also operates Mr. D Food, a food delivery business in South Africa.

 

 

The transaction is subject to regulatory approval, will be funded from existing resources, and is expected to close in the first quarter of 2018.

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Launching of the new edition of Digital Africa

Posted by radio On September - 22 - 2017 ADD COMMENTS
Launching of the new edition of Digital Africa, an innovation competition to take up the challenge of digital transition in Africa

 

 

Deadline for startups to submit their projects on DigitalAfrica.AFD.fr is the 22nd of October
 

 

For the 40th birthday of Proparco, the subsidiary of the Agence Française de Développement (AFD, French Development Agency) (www.AFD.fr) focused on private sector, AFD, Bpifrance (www.Bpifrance.fr) and the La French Tech (www.LaFrenchTech.com) have launched on 19 September the second edition of Digital Africa, a startup competition and digital innovation to support sustainable development in Africa. The first edition of the Digital Africa challenge, launched in October 2016, received more than 500 applications and rewarded 10 start-ups which convinced the judging panel on the potential impact of their innovation. Building on this success, AFD, Bpifrance and La French Tech have decided to renew the experience with the objective of offering a long-term support to the emergence of mature and solid digital ecosystems, catalysers of new economic opportunities.

Digital technology, a great accelerator of Africa’s development 

Digital revolution is transforming the African continent. It’s an innovative catalyst that revolutionizes economies and societies. Ecology, energy, culture, education, artistic creation, governance, and media: digital technology has a transversal and multiplying impact in all those key sectors.

“Digital innovation is abundant in Africa. Africans are making a technological leap that accelerates the emergence of the continent. Through Digital Africa, AFD supports emblematic start-ups of the digital African ecosystems, and fulfils its mission of development in the service of education and innovation, in the digital age. Development is now moving in both directions, between the two shores of the Mediterranean” – Rémy Rioux, AFD Executive Director.

 

Nicolas Dufourcq, Bpifrance Executive Director claims “We are proud to participate in the Digital Africa challenge and to support 5 French start-ups in their development on the African continent which nowadays offers great opportunities. This challenge represents a straight continuation of our action for the internalization of enterprises and their cooperation with the African continent”.

 

Innovation in Africa is showing extraordinary development, ecosystems are being structured, and start-ups are spreading across the continent. By promoting the links between French and African entrepreneurs today, our ecosystems are building a common future. Digital Africa is for French Tech an additional step to bring this ambition with Africa”, David Monteau, La French Tech Director, Ministry of Economy and Finance.

 

A fully customized program 

All the startup winners of this second edition of the Digital Africa challenge will benefit from a high visibility and access an international network of partners, clients and investors. They will be part of a community that gathers the best talents of digital innovation in Africa and for Africa, in order to share experiences and good practices.

The 5 African winning startups will be accompanied by the AFD through an “acceleration pack”, a customizable, technical and financial support up to a 30.000 euros value.

The 5 French winning startups will be accompanied by Bpifrance up to a 10.000 euros value support pack to strengthen their expertise and develop new opportunities on the African continent: Bpifrance Université training, networking and discovery trip to Abidjan and Cape Town with the French entrepreneurs community in the French Tech Hubs.

“For a young startup, Digital Africa offers a great opportunity to gain a continental and international visibility.” – Dieu-Donné Okalas Ossami, E-Tumba, winning startup of the first edition of Digital Africa.

 

What are the selection criteria? 

For the second edition of Digital Africa, startups are invited to propose innovative projects linked to the following themes:

  • Territory (urban challenge, rural transformation, and Smart City etc.)
  • Citizenship (e-government, civic engagement, activism, and alternative media etc.)
  • Knowledge and creativity (education, formation, creative and cultural industries etc.)
  • Environment and climate (green tech, clean tech, sustainable transportations, blue economy, and renewable energies etc.)

The relevance of the solutions proposed, their feasibility, sustainability and potential impact will be key criteria in the selection process divided in several steps:

  • An extensive analysis of the projects, of their innovative nature and of their business model;
  • A review of the pre-selected projects by AFD and Bpifrance experts;
  • A final selection by a jury composed by experts of the technological and entrepreneurial ecosystem in Africa.

Jury:

  • Pauline Mujawamariya, Director of the Innovation Prize for Africa – African Innovation Foundation;
  • Tidjane Deme, General Partner of Partech Venture;
  • Emeka Okofore, TED Global, for Africa;
  • Aissatou Sow, Director of Development in Africa, Intel Corporation;
  • Erick Young, CEO Greentec Capital Partners.

 

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DStv Premium subscribers: how to get free Showmax

Posted by radio On September - 13 - 2017 ADD COMMENTS

Having a DStv Premium account means getting Showmax at zero (to be clear, that’s nil, zilch, nada) additional cost. That means getting access to over 25 000 shows to watch on multiple devices from big screen TVs to phones, without paying anything extra.

Simply link your Showmax account to your DStv account – or sign up to Showmax if you haven’t already – and you’re good to go!

 

 

 

 

 

How do I add Showmax to my DStv account if I’m already a Showmax subscriber?

If you have a credit, cheque card or Paypal subscription, simply login to your Showmax account and change your payment method to “DStv add to account”. These are the steps:

  1. Go to www.showmax.com and sign in.
  2. Go to Manage Account and click on Manage Subscription.
  3. Select “DStv add to account” as your payment method.
  4. Sign in with your DStv login details (Connect ID) and accept the terms and conditions.
  5. Add Showmax to your DStv account.
  6. Start watching your favourite shows right now at www.showmax.com, through your connected Explora or using the Showmax app on phones and tablets!

Previous payment methods will automatically be cancelled. Debit orders, for example, will stop coming off your bank account once you’ve linked your Showmax to your DStv account.

 

How do I add Showmax to my DStv account if I’m not a Showmax subscriber?

  1. Go to www.showmax.com.
  2. Sign up to Showmax with your email address.
  3. Create a password.
  4. Choose “DStv add to account” as your payment method.
  5. Sign in with your DStv login details (Connect ID) and accept the terms and conditions.
  6. Add Showmax to your DStv account.
  7. Start watching your favourite shows right now at www.showmax.com, through your connected Explora or using the Showmax app on phones and tablets!

 

I’ve already added my Showmax account to another partner’s bill. Now what?!

  1. If your Showmax subscription is currently being billed through one of our partners (e.g. bank, cellphone network), you may not see all the normal payment options available to you on the Showmax website’s payment screen.
  2. To cancel this type of subscription, contact the company that is billing you for Showmax (we unfortunately do not have access to their billing systems).
  3. Once this is done, you will be able to see the full list of payment options available on the payment screen on the Showmax website. (This is where other partners that allow you to add Showmax to your billing with them will appear.)
  4. Choose “DStv add to account” to add Showmax to your DStv bill.
  5. Sign in with your DStv login details (Connect ID) and accept the terms and conditions.
  6. Add Showmax to your DStv account.
  7. Get watching!

 

What if I’m a DStv subscriber but don’t have an Explora?

Don’t worry – DStv Premium subscribers don’t need Exploras to enjoy the binge-fest that is Showmax. Simply follow the steps above (sign up and add Showmax to your DStv account) and then start watching on an internet-connected device. Watch on a smartphone or tablet by downloading the Showmax app – choose to stream or to download shows to watch offline later. Otherwise, access Showmax on the web browser of your computer or laptop. No Explora necessary!

 

What do I get with Showmax?

  • Over 25 000 of the best series episodes, movies, kids’ shows and documentaries, with more added every week!
  • Watch your favourite shows anywhere on your phone, tablet, laptop or TV. All you need is the internet.
  • Download the best shows to watch offline using the Showmax app on your phone or tablet. (Queues, flights and road trips will never be the same again.)
  • Watch on two different screens at the same time. Share Showmax with your loved ones.
  • Thousands of shows for the kids with Kids Profiles available for fun and safe viewing.

 

 

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Showmax FREE for DStv Premium Subscribers

Posted by radio On September - 11 - 2017 ADD COMMENTS

DStv Premium customers have something to celebrate – they will now get Showmax, worth R99 per month, at no charge. In addition to getting access to Showmax’s catalogue of more than 25 000 TV show episodes and movies via the DStv Explora decoder, DStv Premium customers will also be able to access Showmax via the DStv Now app, as well as their PC, laptop, mobile device, media player or smart TV.

 

“More and more customers are telling us they love to binge-watch boxsets on DStv Catch Up and Showmax. It’s the way the world is moving and that’s why we’re offering all our Premium customers Showmax, so they can enjoy this exceptional experience,” said Mark Rayner, CEO of MultiChoice South Africa.

 

DStv Premium customers already have the freshest local and international content first on DStv and can now get boxsets of previous seasons from Showmax. This is a great way to discover and watch a series from the very beginning – watching previous seasons on Showmax and then catching the latest season fresh on DStv.

 

Showmax is also home to new shows that can’t be seen anywhere else. Some of the series exclusive to Showmax include: The Young Pope, starring Jude Law and Diane Keaton; Taboo, starring Tom Hardy; Younger, about which Glamour Magazine said “nothing on TV has ever captured the Sex and the City vibe like Younger has”; Kingdom, MMA action drama starring Nick Jonas; and Class, Dr Who spinoff based at the Coal Hill School in London familiar to all Whovians.

 

Recent additions only on Showmax include Harlots, described by Variety as “Think Downton Abbey meets Game of Thrones” and TUT, starring Ben Kingsley. In October, the third season of Mr Robot will be added weekly, fresh from the US, and all seven season of Game of Thrones will also be available.

 

The Showmax subscription gives customers access to two concurrent streams on different devices, so parents can watch their shows on the big screen while the kids watch cartoons on their tablet. Showmax also gives customers the option to download up to 25 TV shows and movies to their smartphone or tablet for viewing later. It’s perfect for long road trips and flights.

 

To make accessing Showmax hassle-free, a link has been added to the DStv Now app. Premium customers can use up to four mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets to access the DStv Now app.

 

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54 countries in Africa are now united under a single, continent-wide domain name, staying true to the Oliver Tambo and Abuja Declarations of the 1990s
It is now possible to own an Internet address, or domain name, ending with .africa.

Already, more than 8000 of the continent’s and world’s biggest brands, businesses and individuals have registered for this exciting new Internet address.

 

Diverse organisations ranging from banks to media companies are registering .africa domain names. “Leading continental and international brands are snapping up .africa domain names because they recognise the importance of being associated with Africa’s bright future online. With many positive stories coming out of Africa, brands understand that .africa domain names are valuable virtual real estate,” says Lucky Masilela, CEO of the ZACR, the non-profit company tasked with administering the new .africa domain name on behalf of the continent.

 

54 countries in Africa are now united under a single, continent-wide domain name, staying true to the Oliver Tambo and Abuja Declarations of the 1990s. These written resolutions stated that ICT will be central to Africa’s future wellbeing and .africa is surely amongst the top African-led ICT initiatives of the last twenty years.

 

“Initiatives like .africa help harness the power of new technologies to solve old problems. .africa is unique in that it gives Africans an important sense of pride to help motivate them to achieve the very best for their continent and themselves. ZACR appeals to all Africans to take ownership of .africa, because it truly belongs to us all,” concludes Masilela.

 

.africa domain names are now available and anyone can register through companies listed here: http://Registry.Africa/registrars.

 

 

 

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Ireland Davenport Agency reboots

Posted by radio On September - 7 - 2017 ADD COMMENTS

Communications agency Ireland Davenport has launched into an exciting new phase as a fully representative, truly South African agency.

 

The fresh and ready Ireland Davenport has already secured blue-ribbon clients like Standard Bank (PBBSA division), Primedia and EWN, leveraging strong client relationships and relevant creative skills to produce authentically South African campaigns. The new clients join established ID clients Isuzu, Avis, Bliss Brands and Plascon.

 

As a young agency, ID has been recognised for its revolutionary impact in the industry since it commenced operations. ID has also long been known for visionary management and an entrepreneurial spirit, having snared the AdFocus 2014 Agency Leader of the Year award.

 

Ireland Davenport has recently been rated as a Level 1 BEE, 51% Black owned QSE, and the current executive management comprises Qingqile “WingWing” Mdlulwa as executive creative director, Brenda Khumalo, nee Mtshali, as executive client service director and Sharon Bergmann as chief financial officer. Mosidi Seretlo serves as non-executive chairman, and co-founder John Davenport stays on as an executive director.

 

Executive client services director Brenda Khumalo recently returned to Ireland Davenport, bringing a proven, 12-year industry track record with clients like Edcon and Vodacom, and a network of contacts across the industry.

 

Non-executive chairperson Mosidi Seretlo has worked in management at leading SA companies for more than 26 years. She started her career at Unilever, followed by a stint at SAB, where she was general manager of Hansa Pilsner. She joined Vodacom in 2013 as executive head of brand, then served as brand director until 2016. She now owns her own consulting company, in addition to her non-executive chairperson role.

 

Mdlulwa joins Ireland Davenport as a 21-year industry veteran, with his credentials as a creative innovator and a driver of change almost unmatched in South Africa.

“When the Ireland Davenport opportunity came, I was immediately interested,” he says. “I was thrilled to see the new dynamic taking shape and the commitment to real transformation. “

 

Brenda Khumalo hustled her way into the advertising industry in Durban, making contacts and soaking up knowledge as she became one of the most respected account directors in the game.

 

“I am greatly thankful for all the training and mentorship I received when I was starting out,” says Brenda. “This is why today ID puts such value on mentoring to drive the next phase of our industry development.”

“Transformation for us means identifying future leaders in the staff we hire, with preference for black females. We groom and incentivise them. People who believe in you sometimes see things you don’t see in yourself. That drives people’s confidence, and confidence drives the work.”

 

Soweto-raised Mdlulwa has been a mainstay of the creative industry and a trailblazer for black talent since his early work on Vodacom’s Yebo Gogo campaign. He also worked on Eskom’s Operation Khanyisa, recognised by the World Economic Forum as an inspirational social-issue campaign.

 

His other iconic campaigns have included Chicken Licken, True Love magazine and Toyota, en route to spells running his own agencies, being appointed chairman of the Loerie Awards, serving as a Cannes jury member and being D&AD jury foreman. Mdlulwa is also a past Financial Mail Adfocus New Broom award winner.

 

“Creating the quintessential South African agency starts here, now, at Ireland Davenport,” says Mdlulwa.

 

“I’m tired of defending advertising for issues like the stereotypical depiction of black people in ads. In most cases, we as black advertising professionals haven’t had the real power to change that.”

 

Now, as an empowered management team, Khumalo and Mdlulwa are able to craft culturally relevant campaigns, partnering with their clients and speaking truth to power in creating authentic campaigns that really matter to audiences.

“We as an industry have not even begun to scratch the surface of the magic that South African culture can give us,” says Mdlulwa.

 

“It’s not always easy to challenge the brief,” says Khumalo. “But in the end, clients appreciate it. It’s real talk, but that’s what they want from us – real, authentic, targeted work.

“We have great client relationships,” says Khumalo, recounting how some clients drop by the agency unannounced. “We had a client in here hot-desking the other day. That’s when you know you’ve got a good thing going!”

 

“This new phase feels amazing,” says Mdlulwa. “The agency is packed with young, energetic people who walk the talk.”

 

Ireland Davenport is refreshed, transformed and open for business, an authentic, relevant agency that’s in touch with the market, with the creative chops and the client-service experience to do brands justice.

 

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Showmax is now on Xbox One

Posted by radio On August - 29 - 2017 ADD COMMENTS

Internet TV service Showmax has added a new way to watch TV shows and movies on demand with no contract and no ads. As of today, the Showmax app for the Xbox One console is available on the Xbox Store.

 

Since Showmax was launched two years ago, new functionality such as downloads, profiles, parental controls, support for AirPlay and Chromecast, and bandwidth capping has been rolled out on a regular basis.

 

More recently, Showmax was added to the DStv Explora and Android TV platforms. Multiple integrations for voucher payment, mobile payment, and add-to-bill have also been completed with banks and telcos. The addition of the Xbox One app is the latest step in the continued development of Showmax.

 

To get the Showmax app on the Xbox One:

If you’ve not done so already, sign up for Showmax via www.showmax.com. There’s a no-risk 14-day free trial. Showmax is not a contract – it’s simply paid on a month to month basis and can be cancelled any time.

You’ll need the email address and password you use to sign up for Showmax to sign in on the Xbox One.

Go to the Store tab on the Xbox One.

Go to the Search tab on the right-hand side of the screen and search for Showmax.

Install the app.

Sign in to the app using the same email and password you used to sign up for Showmax.

To pin the Showmax app to your home screen, highlight the app tile, press the menu button and then select “pin to home”.

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The South African Broadcasting Corporation’s (SABC) TV Licences division will continue to manage and support the division’s ever popular, fast and secure online payment service through its website www.tvlic.co.za. The website is optimised for any type of device, whether it’s for payment from your smartphone, tablet, IPad, desktop or laptop.

 

The division would like to inform the public that the contract with the service provider has ended and that the www.paymytv.co.za website is no longer in use. In order to continue our online payment service to the public, the TV Licences division has again activated and improved on the functionality of the divisional website, www.tvlic.co.za for ease and convenience of payment across any device from anywhere in South Africa. The public or businesses can continue to make payments safely and securely, change their details including address, view latest statement, log a query or find their nearest pay point location.

 

Payments can also be made at provincial SABC offices, retailers or wholesalers, as well as Post Offices nationally.

 

In addition to the online payments the division has also launched a SMS balance enquiry function that allows the public or business owners fast and easy balance enquiries on their account by sending a SMS with your TV Licence or ID number to 44210. Standard rates apply. TV Licences will continue to utilise innovative platforms like online platforms and payment solutions in order to meet all our clients’ expectations and deliver in world class service. This is how TV Licences believe we can fulfill in our mantra of making a difference and making more possible for all our clients.

 

 

[Issued by: SABC]

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