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DStv welcomes Zambezi Magic

Wed, 1 July 2015 21:29
by Faith Haushona-Kavamba

The General Manager (GM) of MultiChoice Namibia this morning announced the addition of a new channel to their premium and compact bouquets.


The new addition, Zambezi Magic, will be available on channel 160 at no extra costs to premium and compact bouquet subscribers.


“Zambezi Magic is home to Southern African entertainment,” Gertze said, adding that the channel was tailor made for the Southern African Market.


The channel will be showing some of the most popular soapies in Southern Africa such as Generations, Jacob’s Cross and Muvhango.


“Through this channel we are bringing content that they have been asking for,” the GM said. He added that their ultimate goal is to is for Zambezi Magic to be the go-to channel for Southern Africa content.


The channel also presents an opportunity for Namibian film producers to receive exposure because they will be able to air their productions there.


There are producers who have already submitted their work and MultiChoice is combing through the submissions so as to choose the best from the bunch. However Gertze still urged those who have not submitted their works to do so through his office.


The channel will official begin broadcasting tonight at