The SABC building in Auckland Park in Johannesburg, South Africa.
- The SABC has asked for its submission on TV licences and advertising revenue – which it was expected to make at a hearing held by Icasa on Wednesday – to be deferred.
- However, it does want an inquiry into the matter.
- The public broadcaster brought forward a list of other submissions intended to make it more sustainable.
The South African Broadcasting Corporation will defer its submission on advertising revenue and TV licence collection, which it was expected to make at a hearing held by the Independent Communications Authority of SA, it said on Wednesday.
Icasa is holding public hearings (12 – 15 January 2021) regarding the draft findings document on the Inquiry into Subscription Television Broadcasting Services. This is part of its investigation into competition in the pay-TV sector.
On Wednesday, the national broadcaster appeared at the hearing