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South Africa's analogue TV switch-off on track for 30 June

South Africa's last remaining analogue TV signals are ready to be switched off, and the Department of Communications and Digital Technologies (DCDT) is waiting for confirmation from the Constitutional Court for the final switch-off.

The final switch-off is scheduled for 30 June 2022, and communications minister Khumbudzo Ntshavheni said there are no expected delays.
 
South Africa's analogue TV switch-off on track for 30 June

South Africa's last remaining analogue TV signals are ready to be switched off, and the Department of Communications and Digital Technologies (DCDT) is waiting for confirmation from the Constitutional Court for the final switch-off.

The final switch-off is scheduled for 30 June 2022, and communications minister Khumbudzo Ntshavheni said there are no expected delays.
This will not age well
 
Does that mean we no long have to pay for a TV licence?

Asking for a friend.
Not in the current, traditional sense, no.

Expect the ANC to impose a household levy, paid for exclusively by middle+ classes as part of their municipal bill, so as to fund the SABC.
 
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