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DOC minister talks digital migration with broadcasters

Ayanda Dlodlo met with SA's broadcasters to discuss how to take the long-awaited digital migration process forward.

Jun 12, 2017

MultiChoice welcomes ConCourt DTT ruling

The group believes last week's ruling in favour of non-encryption of set-top boxes will pave the way for SA's long-awaited migration to digital TV.

Jun 9, 2017

ConCourt backs Muthambi on digital migration

The Constitutional Court finds in favour of former communications minister Faith Muthambi, ruling that set-top boxes will not have encryption capabilities.

Feb 21, 2017

D-day for digital migration case

The Constitutional Court hears arguments to appeal a judgement that ruled digital migration decoders must support encryption.

Digital TV showdown gets hearing date

The Constitutional Court will in February hear the case over which technical specifications to follow for SA's digital migration project.

Minister defies appeal court ruling

The ruling that Faith Muthambi's decision to use unencrypted set-top boxes is "unlawful and invalid" will not hinder the migration process, says her department.

Etv wins decoder encryption case

Court upholds Etv's appeal for encrypted set-top boxes for the country's digital migration process.

Appeals court hears decoder encryption case

The Supreme Court of Appeals will decide on the use of encrypted or non-encrypted set-top boxes for the digital migration process.

DOC 'upbeat' about DTT, despite Etv court case

The department continues its set-top box registration drive despite Etv heading to the Supreme Court of Appeals.

Etv court case to derail migration

The free-to-air broadcaster has been granted leave to appeal government's non-encryption digital migration policy.

Aug 25, 2015

Vodacom app enables 'cost-effective' video

Video Play allows customers to pay for video content using minutes instead of data.

Jun 26, 2015

Etv 'disappointed' with digital TV decision

The?free-to-air broadcaster says it is considering its options following a High Court ruling against its encryption wishes, passed yesterday.?

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