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MultiChoice joins TN

MultiChoice joins TN

MultiChoice Namibia only recently became a member of Team Namibia despite the fact that it has been making profits in the Namibian market since 1991. Multichoice is 50% Swapo-owned through Kalahari Holdings.
Multichoice reminded the nation this week that it operates from two offices in Windhoek as well as from branches in Ongwediva and Swakopmund. The network is supported by 13 agents, 115 accredited installer companies and a robust network of Namibian retailers.
MultiChoice Namibia’s core social investment is making learning available to educational institutions with over 300 Namibian schools as beneficiaries of the MultiChoice Resource Centre programme through which schools receive a plasma screen and PVR decorder with educational programmes for free.
General Manager Roger Gertze stated “We are excited to support the ‘growth at home’ drive through Team Namibia, and endeavour to play our part for the Team in our capacity as a local service provider and responsible corporate citizen. In line with our purpose of enriching lives, MultiChoice actively contributes to socio-economic development through our business and corporate social investment activities, and we adhere to the regulatory requirements for the broadcasting industry set out by the Communications Regulatory Authority of Namibia”.
Roberta da Costa, the CEO of Team Namibia said: “In the spirit of Harambee, Team Namibia members support the country’s national objective of sustained economic growth. We are delighted to continuously grow our membership by welcoming another corporate business on board”.
Team Namibia promotes quality local products and services.

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