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MultiChoice pulls out of Malawi

Multichoice has terminated its DStv service from Malawi. The decision came after the Malawi Communications Regulatory Authority (MACRA) had secured a temporary court order from...

MyDSTV App is now DSTV Stream

Multichoice has announced a rebranding of their MyDSTV app to DSTV Stream, offering customers what they described as "unlimited entertainment Anytime, Anywhere, on Any...

30 years of MultiChoice in Ghana

Cast your mind back. So how did you get entertained a few decades ago? Friday night movie on national TV? Blockbuster movies on VCRs...

MultiChoice unveils pan-African payments platform, MOMENT

MultiChoice Group, which owns DStv, SuperSport and other media assets, is launching a new fintech joint venture aimed at developing an “integrated payment platform for...

MultiChoice Ghana Launches 30th Anniversary Celebrations

MultiChoice Ghana, the leading video entertainment company in Ghana, is excited to announce the launch of its 30th anniversary celebrations. This significant milestone marks...

MultiChoice increases prices in Nigeria

MultiChoice users in Nigeria have only one choice, to pay more. That is if they can afford it.  The satellite TV provider announced an increase...

Ghana’s Herbert Mensah is President of Rugby Africa

Ghanaian businessman and sports administrator Herbert Mensah has been elected as the new President of Rugby Africa (www.RugbyAfrique.com), the governing body of Rugby in...

MultiChoice Ghana Presents Brand New Vans to Trade Partners

MultiChoice Ghana, operators of DStv and GOtv, has presented brand new sales vans to Mega Dealers as part of a lease to purchase arrangement....

TechGh Personality of the Moment – Alex Okyere: Leading MultiChoice Ghana...

STILL waters they say run deep and that’s more than an apt description of the Managing Director of MultiChoice Ghana, Mr. Alex Okyere.On first...

Fifa World Cup: Showmax confirms 4K plans

MultiChoice-owned streaming service Showmax has confirmed that it plans to broadcast the 2022 Fifa World Cup to subscribers in 4K resolution.Showmax will stream all 64...


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