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MultiChoice Once Again in Hot Water with Nigeria’s Government

Nigeria's Broadcasting Commission (NBC) has dealt a series of fines to MultiChoice Nigeria, and other media companies in the West African country, amounting to $12,000 (N5-million) for airing a BBC documentary that the Commission says "glorified the activities of...

MultiChoice Hikes Prices of DStv & GOtv in Nigeria – Here’s By How Much

MultiChoice has increased the monthly prices for its DStv and GOtv packages in Nigeria, according to an announcement on Tuesday. The same announcement claimed the cause of the price hike was the rising costs of inflation and business operations. “In...

MultiChoice Shares Soar as Nigerian Tax Dispute is Settled

South Africa's MultiChoice Group, one of the leading entertainment companies in Africa, saw a rise in its shares on Thursday after the company reached a settlement agreement of $4.4 billion with Nigerian authorities. According to Bloomberg, MultiChoice had agreed to...

MultiChoice Denies It Has to Pay $2.2-Billion Tax Backlog to Nigeria

South African entertainment powerhouse MultiChoice has disputed reports that it has been ordered by a Nigerian appeal tribunal to pay 50% of an N1.8-trillion ($4.4-billion) disputed tax backlog imposed on it by Nigerian authorities. MultiChoice had to pay $2.2-billion as...

Nigerian Lawmakers Seek to Slash DStv Prices in Favour of Pay-As-You-Go Model

Nigeria's House of Representatives, the country's lawmaking body, has approved a new plan to slash the price of cable TV services in the country in favour of a pay-as-you-go model. This comes as a House Committee report tells of the...

MultiChoice Responds to Tax Evasion Allegations – “Our Operations Are Continuing in Nigeria”

Nigeria's Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS) has instructed banks in the West African country to freeze accounts belonging to the MultiChoice Group and its subsidiaries. The revenue service has accused the massive entertainment media provider, amongst the largest on...

Nigeria Freezing MultiChoice Accounts to Recover $4.4-Billion in Alleged Outstanding Taxes

The Federal Inland Revenue Service of Nigeria (FIRS), has instructed banks in the country to freeze the accounts of South African-based media entertainment firm MultiChoice Africa and its subsidiary in Nigeria, for allegedly breaching agreements and denying access to...

Over 100k South Africans Petition for DStv Price Cuts

More than 100,000 South Africans have signed an online petition calling for DStv to discount its prices - as it has done in other countries around Africa - during the COVID-19 pandemic. "DSTV drops prices for the rest of Africa...

MultiChoice Offers Discounts to DStv and GOtv Customers in Nigeria

Multichoice Nigeria has announced that it will give DStv and GOtv customers massive discounts - of up to 44 per cent and 74 per cent respectively - in a bid to ease the impact of the ongoing socio-economic crisis...

MultiChoice Nigeria launches new mobile app, MyGOtv

Multichoice Nigeria has launched a new mobile app, MyGOtv, for its digital platform, GOtv.  John Ugbe, Chief Executive Officer of MultiChoice Nigeria, said that the platform will put the power of self-service back into the hands of the customers and...
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5 Tech Trends Redefining Nigeria’s Digital Landscape

In the heart of Africa's burgeoning tech ecosystem, Nigeria, often referred to as the "Giant of Africa," is not...
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