Kwesé TV adds new channel to entertainment bouquet

Pan-African satellite company, Kwesé TV, today, 30 October 2017, announced the addition of Kwesé Family to its entertainment bouquet.
Kwesé Family is an owned, Kwesé branded, channel designed to foster relaxation, engagement, upliftment and education for the whole family.
This channel joins an array of other amazing owned channels including Kwesé Prime, Kwesé Inc., Kwesé Know, Kwesé Stories, Kwesé Movies 1, 2, 3 and Kwesé Kids.
The channel is curated to uphold the company’s commitment to building a comprehensive offering that makes family time that much more exciting.
It provides general entertainment for the entire family and subscribers can expect to see drama, soaps, telenovelas, reality shows, lifestyle programming, movies and game shows. The channel comes as an addition into Kwesé TV’s offering which already consists of over 65+ channels including sports, entertainment, current affairs, news, kids programming etc.
“We are constantly working to improve and diversify our offering as we grow our footprint both in the continent and the Pay TV industry. Providing a wholesome content offering that caters to the entire family is something we are proud of. We aim to bring families together and what better way to achieve this than through pure entertainment for everyone,” said Joseph Hundah, Econet Media (Kwesé) President and CEO.


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