South Africa to move from analogue to digital broadcasting in three years
By Khanyisa Tabata
29 October 2011
Newly-appointed Communications Minister Dina Pule says her first priority is to ensure that the country meets its digital broadcasting obligations in the next three years.
South Africa needs to migrate from analogue to digital by 2015 as the out dated analogue television signal will no longer be supported internationally thereafter.
Pule says a way has to be found to meet the funding challenges to the get the project finalised.