Kwese signs content deal with Namibian Broadcasting Corporation


Econet Media owned Kwese announced this week a new deal with Namibian Broadcasting Corporation to have Kwese Free Sports content on the national broadcasters channels.

According to a report on The Namibian, Namibia makes 24 the countries with Kwese Sports now.

Kwese has done a number of these sub-licensing deals with incumbent broadcasters in African countries. This enables these broadcasters to screen popular content like EPL matches, FIFA World Cup matches that Kwese has secured.


Kwese had a similar deal with Zimbabwe’s national broadcaster ZBC, but the deal collapsed before any content had been screen with the government arguing that since Kwese was also a broadcaster itself, ZBC becoming a sub-licensee of was essentially promotion of a competitor.


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