Netflix does not believe it should pay the FPB’s online content licence fee, as it is a service offered through the global web.
You may need to keep an eye out while shopping for video games this holiday season.
Watch movies or play games online? Worried your name will be put on a government list for watching porn? You need to read this.
This is how the Film and Publications Board’s new policy might affect gaming.
The bill, if passed, would mean the death of a great many of South Africa’s online voices.
The Film and Publications Board introduced a “licensing fee for on-line distribution” of “up to R750,000” but its vagueness is troubling
Castlevania: Lords of Shadow isn’t available to SA Steam users due to an issue at the FPB
New FPB regulations with Department of Home Affairs for approval
The SA Film and Publication’s Board highlights some online gaming risks
Mark of the Ninja has appeared on the SA Steam store – a pleasant surprise for the developer and gamers alike
Mark of the Ninja sneaks onto SA Steam store page following slow SA rating procedure
Absence of one of the best games of 2012 due to pending FPB rating, according to developer
South Africa is one of two countries that insists on its own classification measures for games
Film and Publication Board wants public’s opinion on what is considered “harmful”.