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MultiChoice Group HY HEPS 356 SA Cents
MultiChoice Group Sees HY HEPS To Be Between 35% And 40% Lower
MultiChoice Group Updates On Ruling By The Nigerian Tax Appeal Tribunal
MultiChoice Group Limtied is a South Africa-based video entertainment company. The Company is focused on providing video-entertainment to various devices to subscribing households in South Africa and across sub-Saharan Africa. Channels and content are sourced from around the world. The Company also produces and sources local content. The Company also develops content protection and access-management technologies for Internet, pay television and mobile platforms. The brands, DStv, BoxOffice and DStv Catch Up, serve households in African countries.
144 Bram Fischer Drive, Randburg
Mohamed Imtiaz Ahmed Patel
Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Calvo Phedi Mawela
Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director
Timothy Neil Jacobs
Chief Financial Officer, Executive Director
Carmen C. Miller
Francis Lehlohonolo Napo Letele
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South African pay-TV group MultiChoice Group said on Monday it expects its half-year headline earnings to fall, chiefly due to a stronger South African rand, despite subscriber growth and a recovery in advertising revenue.
The COVID-19 pandemic hit Africa's film industry hard, causing cinema shutdowns and production halts, but it also created new opportunities by boosting video-on-demand and streaming, participants in the continent's premier film festival said.
France's Canal+ Group has upped its stake in Africa's largest pay-TV group MultiChoice, the South African company said on Thursday, taking it from 12% to more than 15%.
A Nigerian tax tribunal ordered the local unit of South Africa's pay-TV company MultiChoice to pay 50% of a disputed 1.8 trillion naira ($4.38 billion) tax bill relating to previous years, the Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS) said on Wednesday.
A Nigerian tax tribunal ordered pay-TV company Multichoice Nigeria Ltd on Wednesday to pay 50% of a disputed 1.8 trillion naira ($4.38 billion) tax bill relating to previous years, the Federal Inland Revenue Service said in a statement.
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Nigeria's revenue service said on Thursday it had told banks to freeze the accounts of units of pay-TV group MultiChoice to recover $4.4 billion, in the latest tax dispute between a South African-based company and Nigerian authorities.
Nigeria's revenue service said on Thursday it had instructed banks to freeze the accounts of MultiChoice Africa and its Nigerian subsidiary because the companies had refused it access to their servers for auditing.
MultiChoice's online streaming platform Showmax is investing in producing its own local content for African audiences as it competes for their attention against Netflix on the continent, a senior executive told Reuters.
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* Shares initially rise, but drop back to stand over 1% down (Recasts with interview, adds detail, updates shares)
Netflix Inc is showing more African-made content and working with telecoms operators to make it easier for potential subscribers to make payments, a senior executive told Reuters ahead of its third-quarter results on Tuesday.
South African media and e-commerce behemoth Naspers Ltd said on Thursday its core headline earnings per share (HEPS) for the full year ended March are likely to drop by 10-16%.
The South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) said on Thursday it had issued notices to its employees warning of a likely 600 lay-offs, as the indebted state firm looks to stabilise its finances.
Adding streaming services will give Africa's biggest pay-TV group, MultiChoice, a head start when online viewing takes off on the continent, it said on Thursday, after revealing it had deals with Netflix and Amazon.
* Shares recoup earlier losses (Adds details, CEO quote, shares)
Africa's largest pay-TV group MultiChoice on Wednesday reported its first full-year profit as a stand-alone firm after being spun off from parent Naspers last year.
MultiChoice Group Ltd, Africa's biggest pay-TV group, said on Friday it expects to report an annual profit as it cut costs and foreign exchange swings worked in its favour.
Africa's biggest pay-TV group, MultiChoice Group Ltd, said on Friday it expects to report an annual profit, helped by improved trading performance.
Africa's biggest pay-TV group MultiChoice saw half-year profits leap 22%, it said on Monday, as it further cut losses outside of its home market South Africa and as foreign exchange swings worked in its favour.
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