SA will complete its delayed digital migration process by March 2022, President Cyril Ramaphosa said on Thursday. If it happens by then, it will be almost two decades after the government’s first plans to leave analogue behind.

SA started planning for digital migration in 2004 and had set itself an initial deadline of 2011. The deadline was eventually moved to 2021, and now the government has pushed it back by another year. ..

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