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The SABC wants the government to enact rules that will compel MultiChoice (owner of DStv) and Netflix to collect TV licences on its behalf.

The government may also start requiring TV licences for devices other than televisions.

The Department of Communications and Digital Technologies is heading to Parliament tomorrow to present its proposal for TV licence fees.

The department earlier released a white paper on the Audio and Audio-visual Content Services policy framework.

The public still has a few days to comment on the policy framework.

Carl Wastie spoke to the CEO of World Wide Worx – Arthur Goldstuck about the proposal which could see you having to pay a licence fee when watching DTSV, Netflix and other streaming services.

South Africans have until 30 November to submit commentary on the proposals. Comment can be submitted by email to aacs@dtps.gov.zain, or in writing to:

The Acting- Director-General, Department of Communications and Digital Technologies
Block A3,
IParioll Office Park,
1166 Park Street,
Hatfield, Pretoria,
0001

or

The Acting- Director-General, Department of Communications and Digital Technologies
Private Bag X860,
Pretoria,
0001

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