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Business Day TV

 Posted on October 30, 2015, and last modified on 8 months ago.


Business Day TV is broadcast on Channel 412 on DStv and is available to over 10-million viewers in 9 countries across Southern Africa. It is one of three TV stations owned by The African Business Channel – the others being The Home Channel (Channel 176) and IGNITION (189).

ABC is owned by SA’s leading financial publisher BDFM, publisher of Business Day and Financial Mail. BDFM, in turn, is owned by the Times Media Group, one of SA’s largest media houses. One of Business Day TV’s strengths is its access to content from this extensive network.

The best of Business Day, Financial Mail, Business Times, Investors Monthly and more, plus breaking news all day on business, politics, markets and more.

BusinessLIVE brings you SA's best coverage of business, finance, markets, and the political economy, produced 24/7 by an expert newsroom. Get the latest breaking news alongside articles and videos from Business Day, the Financial Mail, Business Times, Investors Monthly, Rand Daily Mail and Business Day TV.

BusinessLIVE is published by Times Media, based in Johannesburg, South Africa.

About us

BusinessLIVE is a national news website in South Africa, published by Arena Holdings (formerly Tiso Blackstar Group) and based in Parktown, Johannesburg. It focuses on finance and business news, analysis and insight; financial markets; and the political economy, among other topics.

It is updated continually every day with original, online-only content as well as the best articles sourced from Business Day, the Financial Mail, the Sunday Times's Business Times and Business Day TV.

Also part of BusinessLIVE is the complete Business Day and Financial Mail websites.

Registration and subscriptions

Much of the website is free to read. Readers who register – it's quick and free – can comment on articles and subscribe to a range of email newsletters. That registration is valid across BusinessLIVE, Business Day and the Financial Mail.

Readers who then subscribe to BusinessLIVE Premium from R120 per month also have access to the best of our columnists, exclusive news and analysis along with exclusive daily content from the Financial Times and a range of financial markets data and indicators from trusted data source profile data.

BusinessLIVE Premium Plus subscribers get all the benefits above for R349 per month along with full digital access to the Sunday Times and Times Select (a daily digital edition of in-depth news) and e-editions (digital replicas of the print editions) of Business Day, the Financial Mail and the Sunday Times.

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