This week, Rice critiqued the collaboration between Standard Bank and DStv.
The two companies are running a 40-second advertisement in which they brag about how quick, easy and convenient it is to pay DStv though Standard Bank – it takes “only” 11 steps!
Rice gave the advert a “zero”.
For more detail, listen to the interview in the audio below.
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