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Econet Wireless of Zimbabwe has put its media unit up for sale after saying earlier this month it would be closed because of a shortage of foreign currency in the country.
Zimbabwe’s Econet Wireless will shut its African pay-television unit due to the country’s economic condition and shortage of foreign currency, group CEO Douglas Mboweni said.
In the podcast this week, Duncan McLeod and Regardt van der Berg chat about the woes at Econet Media and what they might mean for the launch of Kwese Free TV in South Africa. Plus lots more…
Exclusive | Econet Media racked up more than R1.8-billion in external liabilities and was unable to pay suppliers before it was placed into administration earlier this week, a document seen by TechCentral shows.
The decision to place Econet Media’s satellite television business into administration will not affect the planned launch of Kwese Free TV in South Africa, a top company executive has said.
Econet Media has placed its satellite broadcasting business into administration, Business Day reported.
In this episode of the podcast, Duncan McLeod interviews Econet Media group regulatory affairs executive Zolile Ntukwana about the new licensed free-to-air television provider Kwese Free TV.
In this episode of TechCentral, Duncan McLeod chats to Ryan Solovei, executive vice president of Econet Media and CEO of Kwesé Play, which has introduced a new streaming media service
Liquid Telecom sister company Econet Media looks set to introduce a fresh injection of competition into South Africa’s pay-television market, announcing on Thursday that it will bring its