Africa Magic, the MultiChoice-owned movie and general entertainment channel-group dedicated to telling African stories, is considering making a biopic of Mrs. Aisha Buhari
The Lagos Zone of the Tax Appeal Tribunal (TAT) hearing the N1.8 trillion tax dispute between the Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS) and MultiChoice Nigeria has fixed October 20, 2021
The Lagos zone of the Tax Appeal Tribunal (TAT) hearing the N1.8 trillion tax dispute between the Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS) and MultiChoice Nigeria has fixed October 20, 2021 to rule on the matter.
Tax and business advisory firm, Andersen, has questioned how the Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS), arrived at the N1.8 trillion tax bill it slammed on MultiChoice Nigeria, warning that it could harm the reputation of both parties.
The PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) has urged Multichoice Nigeria Limited to challenge the ruling of the Tax Appeal Tribunal (TAT), which directed banks to freeze accounts where Multichoice has funds
MultiChoice Nigeria has said the directive issued by the Tax Appeal Tribunal (TAT) does not compel it to make payment of 50 per cent of N1.8 trillion, being half of the disputed tax assessment, which is under appeal.
Following the conclusion of the open call auditions in May 2021, all is now set for the premiere of the sixth season of Africa’s biggest reality TV show, Big Brother Naija.
MultiChoice, owner of DStv and GOtv, has expressed its readiness to work with the Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS) to prove its tax compliance.
The Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS) has directed banks to freeze all accounts of Messrs MultiChoice Nigeria Limited (MCN) And MultiChoice Africa (MCA) in Nigeria and to help it recover the sum of N1.8 trillion suspected to be taxes the company is owing to the Nigerian Government.
The Coalition of Northern Groups (CNG) has threatened to organise and enforce a boycott of MultiChoice services in the Northern region, as it accused the owners and operators of DSTV...
South African company, Multichoice that operates the DStv and GOtv in Nigeria, has ruled out the possibility of implementing pay-as-you-go in the pay television industry in the country.
13 Oct 2020
Testifying before the House of Representatives Ad-hoc Committee investigating non-implementation of the Pay-As-You-Go (PAYG) subscription model by satellite television service operators, he explained that the company only implemented the new Value Added Tax (VAT) rates in line with prescribed rules and regulations.