Kwese TV has shut down its satellite operations after just 18 months of being active. This has come as a sad news to many individuals hoping for a new alternative to DStv. Funny enough, the subscription is still running but subscribers are still pondering over the sudden closure of the Kwese TV. Few days ago, the management announced few days ago through this statement;
Kwese’s parent company – Econet Media – said the development had been necessitated by a review of its business strategy and service offerings. It added that the company was also aligning itself with changes in the global digital and satellite broadcasting sector, as well as the growth in access to mobile and fixed broadband on the continent.
The Kwese TV subscribers said, “Kwese subscribers, who have already paid their subscriptions for the month of November, or in advance, will receive a full refund”. From the statement above, you can see that there’s no need to panic about your subscription money for the month of November. Kwese TV is a Zimbabwean-owned platform that exists in Rwanda, Zambian, Rwanda and Nigeria.