DStv subscribers who live in blocks of flats or residential complexes and don't have their own satellite dishes, could find themselves without access to all MultiChoice’s much-hyped new offerings on October 1, when it switches over to its new satellite.
The migration to the new IS20 satellite will allow the pay TV station to expand its high definition (HD) offerings from seven channels to 14 – including five movie channels – as well as add six new standard definition (SD) channels.
It seems to me that a lot of people are being hounded to pay debts they don’t owe, for all sorts of reasons.
In some cases, they have been handed over to debt collection agencies despite having settled their accounts, others have been the victim of identity fraud, and had huge debts run up in their name, and some have fallen victim to a fraudster working at a company they’ve contracted with.
There’s lots to report from the supermarket shelves this week, starting with the alarming story of a pensioner’s discovery that her local supermarket was altering the date marks on a supplier’s meat products.
Georgina Gradwell bought an Eskort pork product from Pick n Pay’s franchised store in Bracken City, Brackenhurst, recently and discovered that Pick n Pay had stuck a sticker over the Eskort one, extending the use-by date by a couple of days.