MultiChoice Group executive chairman Imtiaz Patel received almost $1.5-million (about R21.4-million at the time of writing) in base salary, bonuses, pension and short-term incentives in the 2019 financial year.
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MultiChoice Africa Group, which will list on the JSE next month, expects to pay executive chairman Imtiaz Patel R22.2-million for the year ended 31 March 2019, up from R19.7-million in the 2018 financial year.
The controversial channel supply agreement between the SABC and MultiChoice has run its course, with the two broadcasters signing a new deal that allows SABC News and SABC Encore to continue to be broadcast on DStv.
Bob van Dijk is rolling in the riches. The CEO of Naspers received almost R1.5-billion in salary, bonuses and vested share options and appreciation rights, during the 2018 financial year, which ended on 31 March.
The council of communications regulator Icasa has agreed that the broadcasting and telecommunications regulator will investigate a complaint lodged by the Democratic Alliance against MultiChoice about payments to
MultiChoice this week proclaimed its innocence over its hardball negotiations with the SABC for the supply of two channels to DStv, its pay-television platform. It denied there was anything illegal or improper
MultiChoice has hit back at suggestions of improper dealing in its channel supply agreement with the SABC, saying the leaked minutes of a 2013 meeting between the broadcasters show “nothing illegal or improper
Has a top MultiChoice executive been caught in a lie over the controversial channel supply agreement the company signed in 2013 with the SABC? Nolo Letele, MultiChoice’s executive chairman, told TechCentral in an
MultiChoice said on Wednesday that shareholders in its Phuthuma Nathi broad-based black economic empowerment vehicle Phuthuma Nathi will receive R1.3bn in ordinary dividends. This is after the dividend
Parliament may ask the new SABC board, once it has been appointed, to conduct a forensic audit into a controversial channel supply agreement between the public broadcaster and commercial pay-television