Multi-choice Regering en Naspers

Kanselleer dit – gooi dit weg – stop die aftrekorders – mens kan doen met daardie R1000 of wat ookal ‘n maand – oor 10 jaar is dit heelwat geld in jou sak om ietsie anders af te betaal.    Hoekom word die kommuniste so gevoed as daar geen erkenning aan ons as volk gegee word nie.   Volgens hulle  kastige ou grondwetjie waarmee daar nie aldag saamgestem word nie, kan hulle dit met goud omraam en vir FW de Klerk en sy liberale blankes omhang – saam hul sport kwotas – wie kyk nog sport of sing op die kassie? veral as dit in Afrikaans is?  Kommunisme is sedert 1994 besig om ons volk, ons volksidentiteit en alles van ons dood te wurg.    Die regering beheer die uitsaai – ICASA.   Stem Front Nasionaal vir selfbeskikking vir ons eie onafhanklike gebiede.

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Calvo Mawela

Chief Executive Officer: MultiChocie Group

Calvo joined MultiChoice in 2011, having been with the Group since 2006. His first role in MultiChoice was as an Executive in the Chairman’s office and in 2013 as Head of Stakeholder and Regulatory Affairs. He has a strong background in the broadcasting industry having started his career at Sentech as an Engineer, his transition into regulatory began when he joined ICASA as Broadcasting Spectrum Manager.

Calvo holds a BSc in Electrical Engineering from the University of KwaZulu Natal, Management Advancement Programme (MAP) from Wits Business School and a Post Graduate Diploma in Economics for Competition Law from King’s College (UK, London). He has served on a number of Ministerial Advisory Task Teams, including the Digital Migration Working Group, Digital Dzonga and the ICT Policy Review Panel.

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MULTI-CHOICE

Het by die vorige regering al begin … en wie het ons op ‘n skinkbord aan kommuniste oorhandig …

MultiChoice Africa’s history begins in 1985 when Africa’s first pay TV channel, M-Net, was launched by a group of South African media companies, including Naspers. In the midst of one of the most turbulent political and economic periods in South African history, the launch was seen merely as a daring experiment with many sceptical of the idea.

M-Net first hit South African screens broadcasting 12 hours a day from its studios in Johannesburg. The company was driven by a group of energetic young entrepreneurs with a grand vision for the channel’s success.

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WIE HET ONS AAN DIE KOMMUNISTE OORHANDIG – DIE BROEDERBOND HET IN 1982 BEGIN, DAARNA WAS DIT LIBERALES IN DAKAR …
 
EN TOE OU FW MET SY POGING VAN ‘N REFERENDUM EN DIE “SPORT” ….
 
Al ooit gewonder hoekom betaal ons so duur vir slegs EEN kanaal van Afrikaans (wat ook multi-kultuur is, alle advertensies is B-BBEE
 
In the late eighties, M-Net embarked on a drive to expand its operations beyond South Africa. One of the founding members of the Africa team was Nolo Letele, currently chairman of MultiChoice South Africa, whose responsibility was to open new operations through joint ventures in other African countries. Within a few years, the company secured a host of licenses across the continent.
 
In 1992, M-Net launched an analogue service to over 20 countries in Africa. To accommodate the highly diverse operating environments in each country, the company formed joint partnerships, which ensured that local business dynamics and customer needs were appropriately considered.
 
MultiChoice itself was formed in 1993 when M-Net was split and the subscriber management arm was renamed as MultiChoice. This new company would drive much of the expansion outside South Africa’s borders, targeting the vast untapped markets in Africa.
 
MultiChoice Africa continued to expand and by the end of 1995, the company had established offices in Namibia, Botswana, Ghana, Nigeria, Tanzania, Uganda, Kenya and Zambia, with franchises launched in Malawi, Zimbabwe, Angola, Ethiopia and Mozambique.
 
MultiChoice Africa is now present in 49 countries in Sub-Saharan Africa, with millions of subscribers.

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As a company born and bred in Africa, MultiChoice Africa places a significant emphasis on providing original African productions and ensuring our viewers receive an unparalleled diversity of content. This was true since the company’s founding and has continued.

The premium DStv bouquet has over 50 channels, with 25 channels on our DStv Family package and 30 on the DStv Compact package, far exceeding the competition.

Through our premium channel suppliers such as M-Net, we have invested heavily in original African productions and training for African directors, cameramen and crew.

M-Net and MultiChoice Africa have created and screened productions such as Big Brother Africa, Idols, Deal or No Deal, The Voice and Edge of Paradise. DStv also carries Africa’s only 24-hour movie channel – Africa Magic, which provides unparalleled African content for our African viewers, and Channel O, a showcase for African music.

MultiChoice has also placed significant focus on ensuring the provision of high quality language content for our French and Portuguese speaking subscribers. Today Angola has the largest and fastest growing subscriber base in Africa (outside of South Africa) and the dedicated Portuguese language channels have proved enormously successful in this rapidly developing .

http://multichoiceafrica.com/about-us/history/
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MultiChoice Africa
Management
 
NASPERS

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DUS …

Front Nasionaal is nie verkeerd nie –  dit is in die webtuistes en feitelik aangehaal

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As jy nou nog nie agtergekom het waarom Multichoice teen Afrikaners en Afrikaans is nie…

As jy nounog nie agtergekom het waarom die media, wat beheer word deur dieselfde groep wat Multichoice beheer, Front Nasionaal desperaat probeer doodswyg nie…

As jy nounog nie agtergekom in wie se sak enige politieke party is wat nuusdekking op Multichoice en SABC senders kry nie…

Kom laat Front Nasionaal jou vertel:

Multichoice se baas is Gwede Mantashe van die ANC se skoonseun.

Dis waarom ons maar bly is KykNet en RSG nooi ons nie vir onderhoude en politieke debatte nie. Ten minste weet jy ons het nog nie uitverkoop aan hulle base nie.

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