STAYING true to its intention of being an affordable premium content broadcaster, Kwesé TV has launched an exciting price drop promotion for its customers. Starting this September, and for a limited time only, one month’s subscription to Kwesé TV will cost a significantly reduced ZMW 185.00 (VAT and TV levy inclusive) for the full bouquet.
In a time when the cost of living and subscription service fees continue to increase across the continent, this promotion aims to give African consumers much needed relief. The price promotion sees Kwesé TV’s monthly subscription fee drop by ZMWK100.00 from the original ZMW 255.00 price point, offering premium sports and entertainment content for less.
“As a new and growing business on the continent, it is important that we keep a close eye on our audience’s viewing and purchasing habits. We have seen that consumers are increasingly opting for reasonably priced subscription services, as opposed to high end TV subscriptions,” explained Econet Media CEO and President, Joseph Hundah.
“While there is clear appetite for alternative TV entertainment, Kwesé wants to provide content that is both engaging and inexpensive. The primary objective of this promotion is to make our product offering more accessible to viewers at all income levels. We want to reward our loyal subscribers as well as incentivize new subscribers looking for premium home entertainment that doesn’t break the bank,” Hundah added.
Kwesé’s ZMW185.00 (VAT and TV levy inclusive) price promotion is only applicable to its monthly subscription service of ZMW255.00 (VAT and TV levy inclusive). During the eight-week promotion the three and seven-day subscription services will be suspended. Considering the overall saving, why not take up the more economical a monthly subscription.
What’s more, Kwesé viewers can look forward to exciting content changes over the next few months which will give viewers more of what you want and less of what they don’t need. Kwesé will continue to streamline and reconfigure its programming line-up during the price promotion period, further tailoring its content bouquet. The bouquet reconfiguration will be guided by channel performance and popularity over the past two years.
There has never been a better time to remain a Kwesé TV subscriber, so be sure to renew your subscription this month and continue to enjoy your favourite content for less.
Visit your nearest Kwesé branded store(s) to purchase a decoder and dish for ZMW 340.00 (inclusive of one-month free subscription) to cash in on this sweet deal.
Lusaka City Council closes an illegal wine Factory at Evelyn Hone College.
THE Lusaka City Council (LCC) has warned all persons involved in illegal brewing and distribution of certified wines to stop operations before they are visited by the local authority. This comes in the wake of the LCC closing an illegal wine Factory at Evelyn Hone College.
Lusaka City Council Public Relations Manager George Sichimba said in a statement that this follows a complaint from the institution administration after it noticed a fermentation smell coming from the school canteen.
He said acting on the tip, a team of LCC Public health inspectors moved to the scene and found a wine Factory running and all process involved in the making and packaging of the product was been done in one place.
“Workers at the factory manually packaged the wine into bottles without any protective equipment and no measures were in place to allow for safe food handling. The factory was making wines labeled Zikomo, Chibe Pakapaka, Natotela, Zambezi, Sansamukeni and Banana Wine. At the time of Inspection, the owner of the factory was unable to produce any permits that allows them to manufacture and distribute the wine.” he said.
LCC has since Seized on Premise all goods that were in the factory until investigations are concluded.
Zambia Revenue Authority (ZRA) intercepts four trucks carrying assorted lotions worth over K1.7 million
ZRA Corporate Communications Manager Topsy Sikalinda says the authority has seized 7, 030 x 50 Kg bags of maize, and 3,645 x 25 Kg of mealie meal which was smuggled in Chingola, Chipata, Chirundu, and Kasumbalesa.
And Sikalinda says the authority has also intercepted four (04) of assorted lotions worth over K1.7 million.
In a statement, Sikalinda said the consignments were declared at Chanida Border as cleaning materials by using an additional procedure code for Chipata General Hospital in order to enjoy an exemption from taxes.
He said alert ZRA officers intercepted the consignments in Katete and inspected the trucks.
Sikalinda said during the inspection, officers found that the trucks were loaded with assorted body lotions contrary to what was declared as cleaning materials for the hospital.
“Investigations have revealed that this is a pure case of smuggling through False Declaration, False Representation, Misclassifications, Document falsification and abuse of a Taxpayer Identification Number (TPIN) contrary to the customs and excise Act Cap 322 of the Laws of Zambia,” Sikalinda said.
Meanwhile, Sikalinda said ZRA has further seized 1044 x 50 Kgs of Maize Bran, and 261 x 20 litres of Cooking oil, and another 1,176 x 6 x 2 litres of cooking oil which was smuggled through various border points.
UNZA Deputy Vice Chancellor Dr. Tamala Kambikambi appointed to the Board of the Zambia Qualifications Authority (ZAQA) for a period of three (3) years
HIGHER Education Minister Dr Brian Mushimba has appointed University of Zambia (UNZA) Deputy Vice Chancellor Dr Tamala Kambikambi as Board member of the Zambia Qualifications Authority (ZAQA) Management Board.
Dr Kambikambi will join a group of other distinguished and eminent Zambians to provide strategic direction to the qualifications authority as Board member.
In a letter of appointment, the minister stated that Dr Kambikambi will serve for a tenure period of three years in accordance with the provisions of the Zambia Qualifications Authority (ZAQA) Act number 201.
This is according to a statement issued by UNZA Acting Head of Public Relations Dr Brenda Bukowa.