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But, but, but the content is not SABC content - you have no legal rights to apply a TV license to 3rd party content.“But we are not only limiting it to TV. We also have other platforms where people consume content and in all of those areas, that is where we should look at how we are able to get SABC licence fees from those gadgets.”
This means that the SABC wants users who watch content on devices such as laptops and smartphones to also pay licence fees.
moar gravy you fools, MOAR
I'm waiting for a wealth tax for using crypto.
typical african country trying to tax everything that moves.
Was mot aware that the SABC moved, or for that matter Netflix ... , but yeah.
How long before they get to doctor's having to collect a TV license every time, you go for a consultation, or each time you walk into the corner Cafe - ridiculous logic.