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South Africa is ready for digital migration, says Minister Ntshavheni – SABC News

South Africa is ready for digital migration. It is a guarantee from Khumbudzo Ntshavheni, Minister of Communications and Digital Technology.

Ntshavheni is on a two-day visit to KwaZulu-Natal to observe the digital transfer process. She says the process is on the right track switch from analog to digital viewing.

From next month, households with older analogue TVs will need a set-top box to watch free content.

The Northwest, Free State and Northern Cape are fully relocated.

Ntshavheni says that homes that do not register in the set-top box before the closing date will only be connected within three to six months after the fire date.

“March 31 is what we call the end and double elimination, SENTECH will make the elimination of DTT. Off occurs. We are encouraging our people to when off if you have not applied. You will still apply at your post office or registrations.gov.za. It is reset so you do not have to pay anything when you apply there. You can apply with your R100 phone. It does not require features or a smartphone. “Those who apply after October 31 and those who apply after they have switched off, we will connect them after 3 to 6 months after switching off,” says Ntshavheni.

South Africa is ready for digital migration, says Minister Ntshavheni – SABC News

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