MultiChoice is a good investment due to its strong South African operations and corporate involvement from Canal+

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MultiChoice offers good value, even with competition from Netflix

MultiChoice is a good investment at current levels considering its strong South African operations, its expansion across Africa, and potential corporate action from Canal+.

This is the view of Protea Capital Management founder and CEO Jean Pierre Verster, one of South Africa’s top hedge fund managers and well-known for his successful shorts of African Bank and Steinhoff.
 
Sounds like corpspeak.
MultiChoice remains MonoChoice.
They are basically Hooli while Gavin Belson was at the helm!
 
MultiChoice offers good value, even with competition from Netflix

MultiChoice is a good investment at current levels considering its strong South African operations, its expansion across Africa, and potential corporate action from Canal+.

This is the view of Protea Capital Management founder and CEO Jean Pierre Verster, one of South Africa’s top hedge fund managers and well-known for his successful shorts of African Bank and Steinhoff.

So the guy does this for a living as a hedge fund manager.
"well-known for his successful shorts of African Bank and Steinhoff"
He must have created 100's of shorts, he got 2 right. Brilliant!
 
I enjoy DStv. Having a Xplora Ultra provides me with flexible recording options. Yes, I make use of dedicated channels that caters for my personal interests. While following certain only sports it balance out nicely. I don't follow local content since it does not suite my personal persona and political interests including sport. I don't stream because you never do own any content. Streaming makes you a slave of the NWO agenda and billions of people do fall for that. Call me old school, but I do have a choice of not throwing myself in a pool of brainwashing agenda. No multimedia corporation worldwide provides a perfect recipe, but by choosing carefully you can make the best out of a less than perfect situation.
 
I enjoy DStv. Having a Xplora Ultra provides me with flexible recording options. Yes, I make use of dedicated channels that caters for my personal interests. While following certain only sports it balance out nicely. I don't follow local content since it does not suite my personal persona and political interests including sport. I don't stream because you never do own any content. Streaming makes you a slave of the NWO agenda and billions of people do fall for that. Call me old school, but I do have a choice of not throwing myself in a pool of brainwashing agenda. No multimedia corporation worldwide provides a perfect recipe, but by choosing carefully you can make the best out of a less than perfect situation.
Agreed. If you're just someone who wants a service to watch TV through, DStv is hard to beat. There is a vast network of installers and a support structure for when anything with the service goes wrong.

This is not the case for streaming. Gap in the market, I'd say...
 
Can only be a sponsored article.
No reputable news organization will post a headline implying DSTV is better value than Netflix and other competitors.
 
Here's another piece of advice for you: A Bentley offers good value for money so I advise you to sell your car and get a Bentley.
(P.S. Don't publish the sponsored by stuff so blandly. Get someone with some writing talent to create a context around. I mean.... really...)
 
I enjoy DStv. Having a Xplora Ultra provides me with flexible recording options. Yes, I make use of dedicated channels that caters for my personal interests. While following certain only sports it balance out nicely. I don't follow local content since it does not suite my personal persona and political interests including sport. I don't stream because you never do own any content. Streaming makes you a slave of the NWO agenda and billions of people do fall for that. Call me old school, but I do have a choice of not throwing myself in a pool of brainwashing agenda. No multimedia corporation worldwide provides a perfect recipe, but by choosing carefully you can make the best out of a less than perfect situation.
So how's things in Randburg?
 
Agreed. If you're just someone who wants a service to watch TV through, DStv is hard to beat. There is a vast network of installers and a support structure for when anything with the service goes wrong.

This is not the case for streaming. Gap in the market, I'd say...
Ha ha! Guy from the office next door?
I have installed a DSTV decoder (note - not mentioning the dish up the roof here) and I have installed internet routers. The routers are unbox, plug in, switch on.
The decoder on the other hand is clunky and riddled with hoops to jump including unresponsive call centers.
 
I'd sooner buy their stock than piss away money on their pathetic service & content at inflated prices, sure

then again I'd sooner stick a fork in my eye than either of those
 
"MultiChoice broadcasts in 50 countries in Sub-Saharan Africa, including Cape Verde and Madagascar. Local language programme content is available in French and Portuguese in certain African territories, as well as the 11 official languages within South Africa."

Market's changed, from the westernized SA white middle-class of 1996 or whatever (was one of them, Johnny Bravo on Cartoon Network after school as a kid as we got it early). That's gone, it's Africa time now, and good riddance, because who would want to watch this with ads for R900pm:

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Why MultiChoice expects annual earnings and revenue growth​

Media and entertainment group expects to report core headline earnings per share increase of 32%-37%​

06 June 2021 - 16:10 Mudiwa Gavaza

Media and entertainment group, MultiChoice, expects to report an increase of more than a third in full-year earnings to March 2021, driven by reduced losses in its operations outside SA.

MultiChoice, which operates Africa’s largest pay TV service — DStv, trades across Africa, having exceeded the 20-million subscriber milestone for the first time in September 2020. It is valued at R60.4bn. ..
 
If you're a football fan, it's worth every goddamn penny. Not sure if it's still the case, but I remember Supersport having the biggest deal in the world at one stage, showing something like 380 EPL matches a season, along with other leagues.

We have this amazing thing here in the UK called the 3PM Blackout. All those EPL matches that kick off at the same time on a Saturday? NOT shown on ANY station. No ticket? Sucks to be you, you're not watching your team today.

And then there's this:

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