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SABC must step up or step out

2013-04-03 11:28
I would like to comment on SABC. It is not only SABC 3, but all SABC channels.  

I actually also cannot afford DSTV, but I am forced to afford it because of the poor quality of shows on SABC. 

The kiddies shows are pathetic, and they are aired when the kids are actually in school. 

The only show we can actually watch is 7de Laan.  We do not look forward to watch a movie on the SABC channels (including ETV) because of the number of ad breaks during the movie.  

Ad breaks during movies on ETV are about 7-10 ads per break, to me that is ridiculous. This is reason people are forced to get DSTV because there are no ad breaks.

The slogans on the SABC channels are "you belong" and I do not know what else. Belong to what???????

I personally do not watch SABC because there is nothing to watch.  DSTV is far better with quality than SABC.

SABC must either step up or step out

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