Yes it's illegal in a sense, as long as you use it for personal consumption it should be fine.As far as I understand kodi itself is legal in South Africa. However when using an add on such as exodus does it become illegal? If anyone has specific laws regarding streaming please post.
https://mybroadband.co.za/news/broadcasting/162906-how-multichoice-trapped-south-africas-first-convicted-pirate-tv-box-seller.htmlI use it. And I still haven't seen any reasonable argument as to why it is illegal.
As far as I know there weren't any successful case were the police prosecuted a private person for streaming content that might be copy right protected.
The link doesn't seem to work.
What exactly was illegal about selling these boxes?
They can't obviously, but they might be able to hazard a guess based on the sources of the traffic being streamed to your ip which is the real issue rather than what add-ons or apps you might be using to view said streams.And how would the ISP's know which add-ons you loaded on Kodi?
Yes but this country has a crook as a president, who has other people controlling him, who has another bloke using violence in parliament. Then we have rapists and murderers who are in jail for a few months before they are released, and people want to know about illegal streaming.It's illegal when distributing it or any form of financial gain. For personal use it's fine. Overseas laws does not have any jurisdiction about what we do here unless this kuntry decides to change the laws to prosecute the user.