Frightfan.tv serves up horror films at R25 a pop.
And some of them are really, really cheap.
iflix Africa will be headquarted in Cape Town.
ShowMax survived its first year in the brutal local streaming landscape – and clocked 10 million views in the process.
PrideTV provides Africa’s lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community with its first dedicated video-on-demand service.
Before you enter your credit card details take a look at howsome of the biggest video on demand services in South Africa compare.
Android users can now enjoy Showmax content offline.
This latest move makes ShowMax’s Afrikaans content available beyond Africa’s borders.
The service is unique in the sense that creatives retain ownership of the content they produce for streaming.
All five seasons of everyone’s favourite drug drama are available to watch on ShowMax, right now.
If Netflix indeed comes to our shores, you may be able to pay for it with airtime.
Only 18% of people in South Africa are aware of pure play VOD services like Netflix.
Streaming video subs from R39 a month and offline viewing? OnTapTV has early promise.
After a year of low subscriber numbers, the video-on-demand service is closing down.
When we tested ShowMax out at launch the quality didn’t wow us; GM John Kotsaftis says steps have been taken since then to improve things.
Yet another VOD service is expected to land later this year, but so far there’s no info on pricing or details on what local content it will carry.
Bus commuters have served more than 21 000GB of data over the network in just a few months.
Black-owned VOD services are steadily growing on the African continent.