COVID-19 In Africa: MultiChoice Malawi Expands Information And Entertainment Offering Amidst Global Health Crisis
In the fight against the current global Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, many countries across Africa -- including Malawi – have been encouraged to adjust to new ways of living and working including quarantine and self-isolation in homes.
The MultiChoice Group has remained committed to supporting its subscribers across the continent with the best programming to keep families entertained and informed at this challenging time.
To ensure that the viewers receive the most accurate and up-to-date information about COVID-19, MultiChoice had pledged to provide broad access to reliable information during this period by making news channels widely available across Africa.
The TV entertainment operator is not only expanding its content offering for news but will also offer more curated sports content, kids shows and movies.
The Managing Director of MultiChoice Malawi, Augustine Banda, said that the MultiChoice Group had acquired the best award-winning sports documentaries from all around the globe for sports fans to relive the most celebrated sporting moments.
Banda announced that MultiChoice had included Euronews, CNN and a brand-new Africa-focused news channel Africanews on DStv Access.
For the kids, Banda said that MultiChoice would make revision accessible for lessons, adding educational channels such as Da Vinci and new programming on Cartoon Network on DStv Access until the end of May to keep young minds engaged and stimulated during the COVID-19 lockdown.
Credit: This article originated from www.allafrica.com