WELCOME TO TV LICENCES
Did you sing along to the radio this morning?
Catch up with the news on television last night?
Your TV licence fee, which works out to just over 70 cents a day, enables the SABC to continue bringing you the best in public broadcasting.
Anyone using or having in his/her possession a television set or any device capable of receiving a broadcast television signal is required to have a valid, paid-up, television licence.
Pay yours. Make a difference.
By paying your TV licence annually as opposed to monthly, you will save yourself R62 per year
The SABC needs to be informed of an address change within 30 days of such change
Did you know, that by giving us correct address info we can improve our service delivery to you
You can even pay your TV licence online
Any person/business who use or possess a television set need to have a valid, fully paid-up licence.
When purchasing a TV set at Makro ,Hi-Fi Corporation, Dion, Game you can obtain your TV licence at the same time
PERTAINING TO A TELEVISION LICENCE
In terms of the Broadcasting Act and Television Licence Regulations
licence holders are required to take note of and/or comply with the following:
• All TV licence fees are payable in
advance, at the beginning of each licence year.
• A television licence is valid only
at the permanent address reflected on the licence.
• A TV licence is valid for one year
and the licensing period is stated on the licence.
• Renewal dates are spread over 12
months, with a TV licence holder’s renewal month determined by the first letter
of his/her surname or, alternatively, by the month of acquisition of his/her
Q: What are the various types of television licence?
A: There are six types:
1] A domestic licence, previously known as a private licence, for households and/or
individuals, authorising the use of the licensed set(s) at the user's registered
residential premises only;
2] A concessionary domestic licence;
3] A business licence, for entities (including government departments) using TV sets
in their business/commercial activities or on premises occupied for business
4] A dealer licence, for businesses selling TV sets;
5] A lessor licence, for businesses renting out television sets; and
6] A mobile licence, for a TV set in any vehicle, caravan, mobile home, vessel or
aircraft used for private purposes.