Articles tagged 'kwese tv'

Dr Dish gets new investors 23 January 2018 HARARE - A Zimbabwean investment group Ktulu Nominees (Private) Limited (Ktulu) has taken up a 50 percent share in Dr Dish (Private) Limited (Dr Dish) following its recent break-up with Kwese TV. The development also comes as the digital satellite company's new partners have unveiled plans to ...
Kwese develops unique news strategy 23 December 2017 HARARE – Kwese TV, which does not produce its own news, has developed what it describes as “a unique and powerful strategy on news” that ensures all the African regions are catered for. The Pan African TV channel’s spokesperson says this strategy is a three-pronged one. [GoogleAd] “First...
Kwese brings Ashes cricket action live 2 December 2017 HARARE - Cricket followers should look forward to a real treat this weekend and over the next few weeks as Kwese TV continues to bring live coverage of the legendary Ashes Test cricket series between England and Australia. Indeed, the oldest and biggest rivalry in Test cricket, the Ashes is al...
Kwese TV is back 30 September 2017 HARARE - Telecommunications magnate Strive Masiyiwa's Econet Media-owned Kwese TV through its partner Dr Dish (Private) Limited has won an urgent chamber application in which it sought permission to continue broadcasting pending a Supreme Court appeal filed by the Broadcasting Authority of Zimbab...
MultiChoice slashes DStv prices 27 September 2017 HARARE - MultiChoice Zimbabwe has slashed subscription prices for most of its bouquets as it gears up for potential competition from Kwese TV which is currently in the courts fighting for its right to broadcast in Zimbabwe. The digital satellite service provider, which has also launched a new ...
Kwese TV wants to broadcast pending appeal 14 September 2017 HARARE - Econet Group's pay television service, Kwese TV yesterday filed an urgent chamber application — through its partner Dr Dish (Private) Limited — seeking permission to be broadcasting pending a Supreme Court hearing of an appeal filed by the Broadcasting Authority of Zimbabwe (Baz). Thi...
Kwese TV licensing hailed 13 September 2017 HARARE - The High Court's decision to grant Kwese TV satellite television services rights in Zimbabwe has been hailed by media practitioners, lawyers, artistes as a victory as it paves way for full liberalisation of the broadcasting sector which has over the years been dominated by State-run ZBC....
High Court orders Baz to grant Kwese TV licence 9 September 2017 HARARE - The High Court yesterday ordered the Broadcasting Authority of Zimbabwe (Baz)  to issue a licence to Econet Group's pay television service, Kwese TV, to start broadcasting. This comes after Baz declared Kwese TV illegal and warned the company against providing services without licence...
Court withholds ruling on Kwese TV 6 September 2017 HARARE - The High Court yesterday withheld ruling on whether an application by Econet Group's pay television service, Kwese TV, in which it is challenging the Broadcasting Authority of Zimbabwe (Baz) over an operating licence, was urgent or not. This comes after Baz declared Kwese TV illegal a...
Uproar over Kwese TV 29 August 2017 HARARE - Government, through the Broadcasting Authority of Zimbabwe (Baz) should license all prospective local independent television stations, including satellite television service provider Kwese TV (Kwese). Kwese which is owned by Zimbabwe-born Strive Masiyiwa last week put up adverts in th...