Information Minister Khumbudzo Ntshavheni said they wanted more rural people to benefit from the country’s analogue to digital television viewing.
Ntshavheni says the plan will end the stigma of learning and teaching but they also want small and medium enterprises to trade faster and for everyone to have access to technology.
No TV and snow falling on SABC radio station banned!
Digital TV provides you with:
Photo quality is clear.
The missing four-channel current is on analog TV.
All 19 SABC radio stations no matter where you are in South Africa.#Tshintshaungasali#GoDigital pic.twitter.com/jpaXTXDCd4
– Department of Information Communication & Digital Technology (@CommsZA) March 20, 2022
Ntshavheni says the aim is to see equality in the country and that everyone has access to technology.
“We need to move to digital television because one thing, we saw what that kind of thing happened. We raised R14.4 billion which is 1 billion dollars, so at any rate, we are in billion rand. “Spectrum auction is not money raised but what is important is what digital transformation is doing for our community. It means that here in Mthatha, students can access the internet and be able to e-learn.”
King Sabatha Dalindyebo Mayor Nyaniso Nelani said this would add to the rural plan of becoming a beautiful city.
“We have been making our city a beautiful city and we know this adds to it, adding more to our plans to make it a truly beautiful city. We are driving our city. to connect, our community is still connected. “
Some beneficiaries are happy and say they can access the channel faster.
“I can’t get SABC 1 and SABC, the ones I want because I watch the news and get updates of everything there. Now it’s clear that the darkness is gone. our leaders are big. ”
“I’m happy. My children and grandchildren will no longer watch TV and other families. They will watch it here at home. I never thought I would get it because I buy things. I’m fed myself and the social worker we receive. I am very grateful to the mayor. “
The minister will be at the Buffalo City Metro on Tuesday handing out the beneficiaries of the other decoders. Ntshaveni said the government wants all its citizens to have access to technology by 2024.
– Khumbudzo Ntshavheni (@Khu_Ntshavheni) March 21, 2022
Details for digital zoom as an analog transmission for offshore on March 31:
Communication department distributes to low-income households in the Cape – SABC News
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