The Communications Workers Union (CWU) said it was disappointed with the decision to break ties with the channel.
JOHANNESBURG – MultiChoice pulled the plug from Afro Worldview and his employees were told on Monday that they did not have to work again on Tuesday.
Trade Union Communications Workers Union (CWU) said it was disappointed with the decision to break ties with the channel.
CWU Secretary-General Aubrey Tshabalala told Business day that they were not happy with the way the MultiChoice management handled the case.
MultiChoice on Monday confirmed that it would pull the plug at midnight on the channel that started in 2013.
"Our contract with Afro Worldview expires today and by the end of the day we will give an update on the Afro Worldview channel."
In the current situation channel 405 remains blocked.
Afro Worldview is still being broadcast live on its YouTube channel.
@ News24 @ewnupdates despite the afro-world view (formerly ann7 channel) last night at midnight from dstv, you can still watch live broadcasts on YouTube. Search & # 39; Afro Worldview live & # 39; pic.twitter.com/z0zguk8gan
– gavin preller (@gpreller) August 21, 2018