Government's plan to force everyone with a smartphone or tablet to pay a TV licence
Communications Minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams has doubled down on the government’s plan to charge people with computers, smartphones, and tablets TV licence fees.
This was part of a response from...
How to get your TV licence cancelled
Earlier this year, a MyBroadband reader was able to contact the SABC and cancel their TV licence.
The reader was able to accomplish this difficult feat by proving that he no longer possessed a TV and that he was leaving the country.
You cannot accept a TV as a gift unless you have a valid TV licence
The need for a TV licence extends beyond presenting it when you buy a new TV at a store or online.
While it is a given that when purchasing a new TV you must have a valid TV licence - or pay for one at the point of purchase -...
Why the SABC wants a TV Licence for smartphones
“It is wrong for anyone to think we are trying to augment our finances by making people pay for buying cellphones,” SABC spokesperson Kaizer Kganyago told MyBroadband.
TV Licence debt collector can face R100,000 fine for every threatening SMS
The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (OUTA) has laid charges at the Council for Debt Collectors of South Africa against Pritchard and Associates, which is collecting TV Licence fees and debt on behalf of the SABC...
How to cancel and stop paying your TV licence
Many people are not using their televisions to receive an SABC signal, or any other broadcast television signal, which means they can cancel their TV licence.
I tried to find out how I could go about cancelling my TV license because I no longer own a TV as I gave it to a friend of mine. The information out there was very vague and definetly not helpful at all! I decided to create this post so that others do not have to go through a similar struggle...
I'm selling my TV to a friend and will not be purchasing another.
Anybody know what I need to do to not pay a TV license fee anymore or what the steps are when selling a TV secondhand to a private person?
Community TV licence issuing put on hold
The issuing of new community television licences is on hold until the migration from analogue to digital broadcasting is complete, the Independent Communications Authority of SA (Icasa) said on Thursday.