GOtv Namibia revamps channel offering for Max and Plus customers

09 March 2021 | Art and Entertainment

STAFF REPORTER

WINDHOEK

This month, GOtv introduced three additional channels to its local programming offering for MAX and PLUS customers, giving viewers more choice and value!
Since last week, GOtv Max and Plus customers also gained access to Channel O, Mzansi Bioskop and Novela Magic.
Novela Magic, a first of its kind telenovela channel, celebrates African storytelling by presenting viewers with a host of stories from across the African continent, made by African talent. Shows to look forward to include Zuba, Zambia's first telenovela, which tells the story of an innocent, rural teenage girl who must leave her family and education behind to do a maid’s job with a complex and wealthy family, where she falls for the young son of the house.
Forbidden is a Nollywood production which tells how the secret affair between two lovers is exposed when the woman’s colleague sends a picture of the couple making out to a gossip blog.
Channel O brings you the best of the continent’s music, celebrity and urban lifestyle news including live DJ sets.
Get a taste of authentically South African written and produced feature films on Mzansi Bioskop. A flagship film channel under the Mzansi Magic umbrella, the channel is all about unearthing the talent in the South African film industry.
“As an ever-evolving entertainment provider, we always look for opportunities to offer our Namibian customers more value and an enhanced viewing experience for the whole family. We have added these new channels to complement Namibian favourites like FliekNet and One Magic, so that subscribers can enjoy even more special moments with your loved ones,” says Managing Director at MultiChoice Namibia, Roger Gertze.





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