MultiChoice is a South African company that operates the DStv satellite television a Direct To Home, a major satellite TV service in Sub-Saharan Africa and GOtv, a Digital Terrestrial Television a minor satellite TV service operating in over 13 Sub-Saharan African countries and Showmax a Video On Demand service. — Wikipedia
The PSL, together with MultiChoice, announced the rebrand of the MultiChoice Diski Challenge at the 2020/21 Season launch at the PSL HQ on Monday.
MultiChoice has announced a number of changes to its leadership team, including the appointment of Nyiko Shiburi as the new chief executive officer of MultiChoice South Africa.
Africa’s biggest pay-TV operator, MultiChoice, is ringing in leadership changes.
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MultiChoice is under investigation by the South African Competition Commission.
Commercial deal with MultiChoice sought for screening SABC1, 2, 3
Multichoice has announced price increases for its DStv packages for 2021.
The pay-TV operator reported a rise in revenue to R51.4bn, including R42.8bn in subscription revenue, which increased 4% year on year
MultiChoice has announced that its chief executive for South Africa, Mark Rayner, has resigned.
The interest of French group Canal+ highlights MultiChoice’s role as a gatekeeper to the continent
MultiChoice Group, the company that operates DStv, says it expects expects core headline earnings per share for the year ended March 2021 to be between 32% (182 cents) and 37% (211 cents)…
French media giant, Canal+ SA has acquired a 6.5% stake in MultiChoice.