Sony Entertainment Television Asia launched its premium movie and special-events channel, Set Max, in South Africa on Oct. 1 on satcaster MultiChoice's DStv service as part of its Indian bouquet.
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South African authorities are hanging up on comedian-ventriloquist Jeff Dunham's "Ahmed the Dead Terrorist."
A local version of FremantleMedia reality format "Farmer Wants a Wife" debuted Tuesday on KykNet, the Afrikaans-language channel on MultiChoice's DStv satellite service.
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The inner city area of Newtown in Johannesburg -- used as a location in Gavin Hood's Oscar-nommed "Tsotsi" -- is being promoted as a "film-friendly zone" by the Newtown Management District and…
South Africa's only commercial free-to-air broadcaster, e.tv, bowed a primetime Zulu- and Sotho-language news show Monday.
Car-crazy South Africans will be able to indulge their passion with the launch of a dedicated weekend motoring channel on MultiChoice's satcaster DStv on Oct. 11.
M-Net head of local productions Carl Fischer has decided to step down at the end of March after 10 years at the feevee.
Pubcaster SABC 2 is aiming to rekindle memories of the launch of TV in South Africa during the 1970s with its weekly gameshow "Where Were You."
Pubcaster channel SABC2 is airing 90-second shorts from EarthTV's "The World Live" produced by Earth Television Network, part of Germany's Telcast Media.
Pan-African satcaster MultiChoice launched its first South African-produced Indian channel, Saffron TV, on its DStv satellite service Monday.
A serious housing shortage in South Africa, where more than 10 years after the end of apartheid many millions of people still do not have adequate permanent homes, is the focus of a new reality show…