MultiChoice at the current price… there’s good value… it’s trading at under 10 times earnings… The JSE’s average is 17 times earnings…— Jacques Plaut, Portfolio Manager - Allan Gray
About 14 million households across 50 countries in Africa make use of MultiChoice.
The company listed on the JSE in February when it unbundled from its parent, the gargantuan Naspers.
On its own, it remains in the JSE’s Top-40.
Is there an investment case for MultiChoice?
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You can easily get a 15% total return from a share like this…— Jacques Plaut, Portfolio Manager - Allan Gray
Sports… is a big attraction… and South Africans don’t have fast internet… the ones not concerned with watching sport [may switch to Netflix] …— Jacques Plaut, Portfolio Manager - Allan Gray
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