Zimbabweans on Twitter respond to news that Kwese TV does not have a valid broadcasting licence
Here is how some of the Twitter users responded to the announcement by the Broadcasting Authority of Zimbabwe’s (BAZ) that Kwese TV has not been licenced.
Those at the top (in Zim):
1. Love things.
2. Block things from coming into Zim for ordinary folk.
3. Travel abroad to buy things.
— Fadzayi Mahere (@advocatemahere) August 24, 2017
1. The KweseTV debacle & the defence of govt's unreasonableness is a good reminder of ZANU PF's toxicity whether united or factionalised.
— Alex T Magaisa 🇿🇼 (@Wamagaisa) August 24, 2017
Lol. Why not start by licencing the alternative that has been started by our very own. Banning is not a solution pple will subscribe in SA.
— Kuda Mugova 🇿🇼 (@kmugova) August 24, 2017
2. Kwese TV has been authorised to operate in many African countries, except in Zimbabwe, the original home of its mother company.
— Alex T Magaisa 🇿🇼 (@Wamagaisa) August 23, 2017
Correct positn is Multichoice Zim isn't a foreign company. It's just a franchisee of Multichoice SA. It's owned by locals like Mangwende
— mmatigari (@matigary) August 24, 2017
Kusvika rinhi @DStv is now difficut to pay. Lets pave way for @watchkwese and enjoy the benefits of the sons and daughters of our land
— Manuchisvo_Official🇿🇼🇿🇲 (@giwukumene) August 24, 2017
A blatant eg f government's self destructive pattern since 1980s.This would make world more accessible 2households but 'no, we must block'
— Neptune. (@neptunethezimbo) August 24, 2017
Zim has everything to benefit,transmedia however on the other side have everything to lose!!!
Look who owns transmedia
— Kudzi Muyangwa (@khanyie04) August 24, 2017
ok heuno muvhunzo dont just argue for the sake of it. "….Why frustrate investment when the country looking for it!" asked @Wamagaisa
— waMakwiramiti (@madamombead) August 24, 2017
@ProfJNMoyo What do u expect from pple who enact legislation like AIPPA and POSA
— Kanganwai 🇿🇼 (@chihozhwak) August 24, 2017