'A road to hell': SABC's plans to expand TV licence fees to streaming services, laptop users discussed

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A TV licence for your laptop? (Image: Getty)
A TV licence for your laptop? (Image: Getty)

The South African government's controversial plan for an expanded new TV tax described as "a road to hell" is gathering steam. This amid claims that a law to force laptop and tablet owners as well as DStv, StarSat and Netflix subscribers to pay for an SABC TV licence will generate more money for the broadcaster and "will get people more interested in watching programmes of the SABC".

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