Paramount Global has signed a deal with MultiChoice to bring the Paramount+ streaming service to African audiences.
On a risk-adjusted basis, there are more compelling stocks to buy in the relatively cheap South African market.
MultiChoice South Africa has announced its price adjustments for 2024, which will take effect on 1 April.
In rejecting Groupe Canal+’s bid, MultiChoice Group made a rather interesting remark to investors on Monday.
MultiChoice Group’s board has rejected a bid by France’s Groupe Canal+ to buy out the JSE-listed broadcaster.
A deal will be exceptionally difficult – if not impossible – to get over the line. So, why is Canal+ pursuing control of MultiChoice?
Canal+, the company with French roots and global reach, has a similar history to South Africa’s MultiChoice Group.
MultiChoice has disclosed details of the monetary investment it and partner Comcast are making in Showmax.
MultiChoice Group still holds WWE broadcast rights, despite Netflix acquiring them in some international markets.
MTN South Africa has announced aggressively priced data plans aimed at supporting MultiChoice’s newly relaunched Showmax.