SABC pins hopes on streaming, ad revenue to take it through tough years ahead

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The SABC said it will begin seeing the results of its turnaround strategy through advertising revenue and entering the streaming space.
The SABC said it will begin seeing the results of its turnaround strategy through advertising revenue and entering the streaming space.
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The SABC expects to see its turnaround plan bearing fruit within the next two to three years, forecasting that it will break even by the 2023 financial year.

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