- "The television station Walf Tv has decided to withdraw the image of the Head of State of generic emission satirical Xumb tee Dagane. This decision was taken last week, as the CEO of the group, Sidy Lamine Niasse, after the legal clarifications made by the National Council for regulating audiovisual (Cnra). The legal arguments, a press release stressed, were made by the Cnra in a letter dated 05 November 2007 and addressed to the CEOs of the group Wal Fadjri. According to Sidy Lamine Niasse, the decision to withdraw the image of the head of state reflected the disposal of the group Wal Fadjri to take all the calls and suggestions received from its faithful listeners and viewers, in addition to the conciliatory exit of the Minister of Information, Bacar Dia .
- MultiChoice Africa has announced plans to add five new channels to its DStv bouquet. The channels are offered at no extra costs to DStv subscribers, and include a newly created movie channel, M-NET Stars; a glossy general entertainment channel, Sony Entertainment TV; an animated channel, ANIMAX; One Gospel channel, and a lifestyle and fashion channel, The Style Network. All five channels will be available to DStv Premium subscribers in southern Africa, and the gospel and lifestyle channels will be on offer to DStv Compact subscribers. The gospel channel will also be available in the DStv family package.
- Southern Africa Direct, a new free-to-air lifestyle and culture television channel, today announces that it will go on-air on the Sky digital broadcast platform on November 26th 2007. This new channel is the UK’s first ‘Destination TV’ channel, providing an authentic and engaging information source for anyone interested in visiting or building commercial links with Southern Africa. Southern Africa Direct is a free-to-air lifestyle and culture TV channel available on the Sky Digital platform and online. It is the UK’s first ‘Destination TV’ channel, providing an authentic and engaging information source for anyone interested in visiting or building commercial links with Southern Africa. For more information please visit www.southernafricadirect.com