According to an estimate released by MyBroadBand earlier this year, Netflix has grown to between 300,000 and 400,000 subscribers in South Africa since its arrival.
SuperSport says the three presenters had robust engagements on Monday and have agreed to keep the process going.
KPMG has drafted in leading advocate Tembeka Ngcukaitobi to lead its legal team in the first of three inquiries it is likely to face for its work for the Gupta family.
The new 24-hour TV news channel that will have to compete against eNCA and SABC News.
DStv Compact Plus (the renamed DStv Extra) will cost 4.1% more from April.
MultiChoice’s decision raises questions about media freedom, political pluralism and democratic debate.
The pay-TV giant still refuses to release the full report on ANN7.
It's the height of bad parenting in terms of pet management and hugely irresponsible. Ask any pet shop owner: if you want to get a dog, take care of it!
A company with such a rotten history [such as Naspers] should understand that companies can renew and repurpose themselves and break away from what they were initially designed to be.
"Why not have a black television broadcasting corporation that talks about black news?"
Experts say MultiChoice should release the full report on its contract with ANN7 because of the role the channel plays within South Africa's media landscape.
Right now, MultiChoice expects South Africa to trust a statement it released, based on an investigation it conducted on itself.
The ANC's Youth League is alleging that MultiChoice ditched ANN7 as part of a conspiracy against "radical economic transformation".
On Wednesday, MultiChoice announced it would not be renewing its contract with the channel in August.
Black First Land First leader Andile Mngxitama threatens to open a criminal case against MultiChoice and protest outside its offices.
'ANN7 believes that it is being targeted through MultiChoice by those who pay lip service to the cause of transformation of South African economy.'
ANN7 served as a front to defraud the state, EFF says.
Investigation finds no corruption but says contract with ANN7 was not struck with sufficient due diligence.
HuffPost SA earlier reported that it is quite competitive among news channels.