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Kwese TV To Broadcast All World Cup Matches On Digital Platforms

As the World Cup draws near Kwese TV has secured its participation in screening it. The satellite and broadcasting network announced that it will be broadcasting all 64 matches from the 2018 World Cup Russia.

The matches will broadcast on its digital platforms as well as on ZBC TV. They striked a partnership agreement with the local broadcaster.

Head of Kwesé TV in Zimbabwe, Mrs Dorothy Zimuto, said, “We are proud to announce that following our recent licensing for content distribution, webcasting and video-on-demand, we will be bringing the best World Cup experience ever to Zimbabweans on all our Kwese platforms.”

Viewers can watch the World Cup Russia through the Kwese TV Everywhere App. Customers will also be able to catch all the World Cup action through the Kwese digital platforms, namely KweseESPN, Kwese.com and Kwesefied sites, the Kwese-Free-to-Air Service (FTA) on local TV, via the national broadcaster ZBC.

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