Ntshavheni rejects claims analogue TV switch-off will leave millions with no signal

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16 March 2022, News24, Khulekani Magubane

The North Gauteng High Court in Pretoria is hearing an ongoing case, where Media Monitoring Africa and SOS Support Public Broadcasting Coalition are challenging Ntshavheni’s decision to switch off the analogue broadcasting signals. They argue that rushing to switch off analogue by the new deadline will leave behind 4.5 million households, of which more than half are indigent.

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