South Africa’s DVB-T2 network reaches 61% coverage

South Africa is a step closer towards migrating to a digital terrestrial television broadcasting regime. Today, Minister of Communications, Ms Dina Pule, announced that Sentech, the organisation responsible for rolling out the digital broadcasting network around the country, has now rolled out the DVB-T2 network to 61% of the population. Furthemore, the Department of Communications has issued a tender for the local production of DVB-T2 set-top boxes with a deadline of April 20th, 2012.


April 16, 2012