How Squatter Camp Residents Made A Plan Of Finding A Better DSTV Signal

How Squatter Camp Residents Made A Plan Of Finding A Better DSTV Signal. The community members of Allan’s Place, a squatter camp of Montana in Tshwane, had a hard time getting a good picture on their DSTV decoders.

The community members of Allan’s Place, a squatter camp of Montana in Tshwane, had a hard time getting a good visuals on their DSTV decoders. However, the community members have found a solution that allows them to get good quality visuals. The people have attached their DSTV satellites to trees.

Fortunate Ncube, one of the community members, told Daily Sun that his satellite used to be on top of his shanty but the visuals would be blurry when he watches the shows he likes. The community member says, “At first I feared my dish would be stolen, but every morning I wake up to find it’s still there.”

He said that now he is able to watch all his favourite shows and his children can watch their favourite cartoons without any blurry visuals. He went on saying that people who pass by the squatter camp like seeing the satellites attached to the trees.

by Alexandra Ramaite

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