Kwese Play Down In Several Countries, Error Message Says “Econet No Longer Offers Kwese Play”

Kwese Play users in Zimbabwe, South Africa and Ugandan woke up today finding the streaming service down. Kwesé Play, which was launched last year, is Econet’s Roku powered streaming platform that uses the internet to deliver entertainment.

Econet hasn’t yet issued a statement on whether they are experiencing technical issues or the service is gone for good.


With Kwese TV having shut down 7 months ago, you’d forgive Kwese Play users that are feeling unsettled with service disruption.

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11 thoughts on “Kwese Play Down In Several Countries, Error Message Says “Econet No Longer Offers Kwese Play”

  1. Concerned as the feedback I’ve received gives me the impression that Roku no longer wish to continue their partnership with kwese play… but where does that leave all the people who have purchased these devices? I’ve bought two in the last few months. Will we be refunded??? Day 2 of no TV.

  2. I have my device for less than a year and it does not come cheap.With it now being useless will i get refunded

  3. This is appalling.Seems like this was a scam and it should go to the press!!!What is happening?

  4. If this was a zimbawean company…econet…well it just turned to crap!!! sorry guys…imagine and many were considering cutting dstv…

  5. What is happening. No TV. Is kwese play going to refund us on these devices? Please advise.

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