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2000  // Posts published in 2000

REMBRANDT KRY BELANG VAN 26% IN MIDI TV

KAAPSTAD. Die minderheidsaandeelhouers in Midi Televisie, wat die onafhanklike televisiediens e.tv beheer, sal glo met ‘n belang van 2% in die maatskappy oorbly nadat Rembrandt sy belang in die televisiemaatskappy opgeneem het. ‘n Bron naby aan e.tv het gister gesê dat Rembrandt ‘n belang van sowat 26% vir ‘n bedrag naby aan R300 miljoen in […]

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14 Mar 2000 Media & Broadcasting

REMBRANDT OORWEEG BELANG IN E.TV

Rembrandt het in beginsel ‘n ooreenkoms gesluit om geld in die sukkelende televisiemaatskappy e.tv. te belê, is in die naweek berig. Die TV-stasie se beherende aandeelhouer is Midi TV, wat op sy beurt deur die bemagtigingsgroep “Hosken” Consolidated Investments (HCI) beheer word. Dit is nie duidelik hoe Rembrandt deel gaan hê aan e.tv.nie, aangesien die […]

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8 Mar 2000 General

MIT – REPLACED ON BOARD

Executive chairman of HOSKEN CONSOLIDATED INVESTMENTS and acting CEO of e-tv, the free-to-air, Marcel Golding, was yesterday taken by surprise when replaced as a board member of the Mineworkers Investment Trust, MIT, the investment vehicle of the NUM. Chairman of the MIC, Paul Nkuna says althouth people will “always differ on issues”, there had been […]

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14 Jan 2000 Media & Broadcasting

PRIMEDIA COULD BE FIRST TARGET IN FORMATION OF THIRD SA MEDIA BLOC

After an 18 month slide which saw its share price drop from 4700c to 590c, one-time market darling Primedia has been staging a comeback. In the last six weeks the stock has jumped 63% to 965c, with strong buying demand apparent at this level. Talk in the market is that the biggest of the independent […]

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MIDI TV

MIDI TELEVISION (trading as e-tv) has been given the go-ahead by the Independent Broadcasting Authority to change its shareholding structure. MIDI’s application to amend various conditions of its licence – including language obligations, information programming and children’s programmes was also approved by the IBA, which however rejected its application on the contentious employment conditions. Another […]

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