Saturday, 12 August 2017

Breaking News - Strive Masiyiwa's Kwese Dismisses Zimbabwe Licence Hoax

Kwese TV has refuted reports that it finally got a Zimbabwean operating license, TechnoMag has learnt. In a statement, Kwese dismissed the report that came out in one of the daily papers as frivolous and a falsehood.

With respect to Kwese TV, rollout is going on across Africa. The service is accessible in various countries through authorized dealers and/or the popular Kwese E-Store available on the internet. The Store is accessible from any country in Africa and allows registered dealers to purchase stock and install in their territories.

There has been a lot of inquiry about the launch of Kwese TV in Zimbabwe. We can confirm that Zimbabwe is on the plans for a rollout in the future” said Kwese.
Breaking News - Strive Masiyiwa's Kwese Dismisses Zimbabwe Licence Hoax
Kwese is a multi platform broadcaster with a presence in over 23 countries across Africa. Kwese has used anyone of its platforms to enter various markets. Kwese Free Sports has partnered with broadcasters across Africa to provide the largest viewership of any service in Africa – over 75million people.

Kwese Free Sports is also available on an App from the Android and iOS Stores and is readily accessible by anyone with a mobile phone provided they have purchased a data bundle from their mobile network. This has proved very popular with Sports hungry mobile customers across Africa.

Kwese has also entered into an exclusive partnership with ESPN, to form the KweseESPN digital platform which enables customers across the globe to access the latest sports videos and news for free. Breaking News - Strive Masiyiwa's Kwese Dismisses Zimbabwe Licence Hoax




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