South Africa 31.1.2018 03:18 pm

Multichoice to dump ANN7 in August

Multichoice CEO Calvo Mawela listens to questions from the media during a press briefing at Multichoice Headquarters in Randburg, Johannesburg on 31 December 2018. The company gave a press briefing today on the outcomes of the audit of it's relationship with ANN7. Picture: Yeshiel Panchia

Multichoice CEO Calvo Mawela listens to questions from the media during a press briefing at Multichoice Headquarters in Randburg, Johannesburg on 31 December 2018. The company gave a press briefing today on the outcomes of the audit of it's relationship with ANN7. Picture: Yeshiel Panchia

Multichoice has admitted to errors in the way it handled its affairs with the private television channel.

Multichoice on Wednesday announced that it had completed an internal probe into its affairs with ANN7 television channel and has decided not to renew the contract to flight it on DStv when it ends in August.

Multichoice admitted to errors in the way it handled its affairs with the private television channel, but it denied that any corruption took place.

 

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