KykNet & Kie enters GOtv bouquet
Multichoice announced this week that the Exciting Afrikaans general entertainment channel, KykNet & Kie, is now available on GOtv Plus channel 7.
The channel is dedicated to Afrikaans soap operas, children’s programmes, as well as lifestyle and entertainment news.
Following the successful launch of GOtv Plus in Namibia just over six months ago, MultiChoice Africa said it is pleased to announce the addition of a new Afrikaans channel, KykNet & Kie on the bouquet.
From Thursday last week, GOtv channel 7 is the home of this exciting channel offering a wide variety of soapies, lifestyle shows, children’s programmes and entertainment news.
At launch, GOgetters in Namibia will have access to the best in Afrikaans soapies such as the highly popular and much loved EGOLI – Plek Van Goud, Binneland and Villa Rosa, all which bring their unique storylines filled with action packed drama on the trials and tribulations of a handful of families, including mystery, intrigue and love triangles.
Viewers can also wake up to news and current events on Dagbreek every morning, offering fresh information around technology, business, medical and health topics.
Additionally, the channel signature magazine show, Kollig puts the spotlight on entertainment news, lifestyle and inspirational interviews all made possible by a dynamic team of presenters.
Sport fanatics will be entertained by a thrilling dose of Rugby on SuperRugby and Cricket news on BVP: Krieket weekly, with analysis including in-depth reviews on both sporting codes locally and internationally.
Children’s programming on Koowee will also be available every morning and afternoon and GOtv viewers can look forward to seeing friendly and lovable characters such as Tjiff and Tjaff, Lappies, Pikin and Zimzim.
Commenting on the launch of this new channel, Roger Gertze, General Manager of MultiChoice Namibia said, “The launch of KykNet & Kie in Namibia is indicative of our mission to broaden the scope of indigenous programming on GOtv especially for our Afrikaans speaking viewers.
The channel hopes to cater for the whole family, with a range of refreshing content available for viewing pleasure”.