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Former communications minister Yunus Carrim has hit back at Naspers, claiming that its CEO, Koos Bekker, had a big part to play in MultiChoice’s drive to influence government policy on encryption. It has opened an investigation into MultiChoice, but Carrim has criticised the African media giant for trying to distance itself from MultiChoice’s actions although it owns about 80% of the pay-TV provider.

Yunus spoke to Business Day TV about the issue.

Former communications minister Yunus Carrim talks to Business Day TV about Naspers and MultiChoice

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