In this episode of TalkCentral, Duncan McLeod and Regardt van der Berg chat about the controversy surrounding MultiChoice’s channel supply deals with the SABC and ANN7.
Also this week, communications regulator Icasa wants data to expire after a minimum of three years — what does this mean? — and we ask: was Black Friday a waste of time?
On the agenda, too, is bitcoin hitting US$10 000. Plus, a quick look at the Electronic Communications Amendment Bill.
Download or stream the show to find out why WumDrop is our winner this week and why Takealot is our loser (it’s not hard to guess why).
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