Not be here for a some time lost my mum recently been back and forth to Italy I am glad that you are still digging and communicating, like you guys have I have hope until the Curtin is drawn. wish all real shareholders all the best
Siyaya TV will start with about 20 channels, and subscriptions will be priced from R70 a month, with the unique selling point being its football coverage, including the rights to all Bafana Bafana games. The company has signed a six-year, R1.2-billion contract with the South African Football Association (Safa), but will share the rights to broadcast certain games with the SABC, Safa’s free-to-air partner.
My Television is Siyaya TV’s 100-percent black-owned management company and the major shareholder is the Bakgatla Ba Kgafela tribe based in Moruleng, North West province. The service’s target market is the approximately seven million young black South Africans who do not yet have pay-TV, and the company believes 1.6 million subscribers is a realistic goal. The launch date has not been announced. http://www.iol.co.za/business/personal-finance/subscription-tv-choices-growing-2095733
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