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The SABC board has issued an apology to communications & digital technologies minister Khumbudzo Ntshavheni for its earlier statement questioning the deadline to leave analogue behind.

As the government pushed to switch off the analogue signal, the SABC issued a statement pointing out that the March 31 analogue switch-off deadline would leave many household stranded and unable to access its channels. The public broadcaster subsequently called for the migration process to be delayed...

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