e.tv is South Africa's first private free-to-air television channel. Launched in 1998, the channel broadcasts a full-spectrum programming service to 78% of South Africa's population. e.tv is owned by black empowerment group Hosken Consolidated Investments Limited and Venfin Limited.
South African media group eMedia Investments is relaunching its free-to-air news offerings. From Monday, 5 August 2019, e News 8pm and the satellite TV platform's OpenNews, will be repositioning and merging under one banner called e.tv news. 31 Jul 2019Read more
South African free-to-air channel e.tv will soon be affording its viewers an opportunity to tune into a brand-new one-hour Afrikaans drama. Die Vreemdeling is an Afrikaans telenovela and will premiere on television screens as of Monday, 15 July 2019. The Turkish telenovela which promises to be a hit is dubbed over in Afrikaans and will air daily at 5:30pm. 11 Jul 2019Read more
Following in-depth audience research, eNCA has decided to end the productions of three current affairs shows, namely Maggs on Media presented by Jeremy Maggs, CrimeWatch with Yusuf Abramjee and Madam Speaker with Iman Rappetti. These programmes will be replaced in time with new current affairs shows which are currently in development. 26 Jun 2019Read more
Blessings come in pairs for talented actor Oros Mampofu. Having recently welcomed a bundle of joy in the form of a bouncy baby girl, Oros now welcomes his second blessing as a new cast member to Rhythm City, the fastest growing soapie in South Africa's TV land. 10 May 2019Read more