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Bev­er­ley Gray Mace

They are still try­ing to get li­cence fees from my de­ceased hus­band. I told them he had died and did an af­fi­davit at the po­lice sta­tion. That is what we have to deal with

Jen­nifer Kala

When is this go­ing to stop? Must we keep on pay­ing for the mis­man­age­ment and loot­ing of the state cof­fers? They must find ways to raise funds and stop drain­ing us

Sharon Snow

To watch what? Hike the price to rub­bish over and over. You un­der­es­ti­mate our in­tel­li­gence. All you do is re­peat non-stop

Mar­lene van der Berg

I won’t pay a cent. I paid three years ago. They put it on my ac­count, took it off, and un­til to­day say I didn’t pay

An­dre Craig Mal­gas

We don’t need TV any­more. The TV has now be­come a medium for on­line en­ter­tain­ment. It’s time to give up the good old TV li­cence and con­vert to mon­i­tors

Craig Har­ri­son

If there was any­thing worth watch­ing on SABC I would agree. I can’t channel jump fast enough off its chan­nels and end up with brain freeze

Mar­ion Mack­ley

The pro­grammes that are shown on SABC are of such poor qual­ity, bor­ing and repet­i­tive. There is no rea­son to watch TV any­more

Karen Boezio

I have a prob­lem pay­ing the SABC as it is. Most pa­thetic broad­caster out. I only watch series, but still have to pay it just so I can have a TV

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