Namibia Economist (Windhoek)

Namibia: One Africa TV On Gotv

One Africa TV is now on GOtv! This week, One Africa TV joins a line-up of channels that have given GOtv subscribers thrills, chills and spills with international movies, series, music as well as local productions and content.

MultiChoice Namibia General Manager Roger Gertze says that One Africa TV's arrival on GOtv is another example of the vast quantity and continuing quality that GOtv brings to subscribers.

"We are extremely proud to have One Africa TV on our platform. It is adored by Namibians and it is one of the country's most-watched channels. With leading news productions, series, soapies and telenovelas, One Africa TV is a perfect match for the diverse and compelling content that GOtv offers. Both brands are growing in strength, footprint and offering, and we are certain the channel will be popular with our viewers."

One Africa TV provides current affairs and local news, contemporary entertainment and up-to-date information to urban viewers in a large number of cities in Namibia. The channel primarily caters for a youthful urban audience and also strives to provide programming and shows that appeals to all Namibians.

Research reports on Namibia's television viewing show that the most popular programming in the country is news, sport and soaps; and the channel highlights for One Africa TV comprise these and more. News on One is a locally produced news bulletin broadcast on weekdays at 19h00 and repeated at 22h00 on week nights. This news bulletin provides an alternative and supplementary service to other local news bulletins and is popular for those who want to stay in the know with local and international news.

The channel also brings viewers the popular Marianna & Scarlet, a soapie about two sisters and how their lives unfold when confronted with love, envy, betrayal, secrets and lies. It tells the tale of two beautiful but very different sisters who fall in love with the same man and the steps they take to win him over.

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