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MultiChoice is a pay-media company which offers the DStv service both locally and across the African continent. MultiChoice South Africa’s activities involve the operation of Pay-Television and internet subscriber platforms. The MultiChoice South Africa group includes the digital satellite Pay-Television business (“DStv”), which has been in operation since 1995.
Other businesses in the group are;
M-Net (delivers thematic channels and exclusive content to DStv subscribers) and SuperSport (provides comprehensive coverage of local and global sport), DStv Media Sales (commercial airtime sales and on-air sponsorship), DStv Digital Media (a division of MultiChoice and oversees the development of emerging platforms and products for the group), MWEB (internet service provider), Commerce Zone (e-procurement solutions) and Smart Village (gated community services) also form part of the group.
MultiChoice’s involvement in South Africa goes beyond it’s core business. Through its corporate social investment, the company actively participates in social transformation and, through technology, enables individuals and communities to help themselves.
MultiChoice South Africa grew out of this subscriber management division. Today it’s the leading pay TV operator in South Africa and services some five million subscribers. In the late 80s, M-Net embarked on a drive to expand its operations beyond the borders of South Africa. Its visionary founder Koos Bekker wanted the company to position itself as a progressive pan-African entity. The breakthrough came when they were awarded a license in Namibia in 1991, quickly followed by a host of other countries. MultiChoice Africa came into being in 1996 and currently services three million subscribers.
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