Showmax subscribers across sub-Saharan Africa will have access to live broadcasting from BBC World News until 23 September 2022, which will include a live stream of the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II, Britain’s longest-serving monarch, at Westminster Abbey on Wednesday, 19 September at 11:00 BST.
The live news channel will be available to all subscribers regardless of their plan. While Showmax doesn’t usually offer live news channels, the Showmax Pro plan includes live news from Euronews, Africanews, and Newzroom Afrika; KTN News, KBC, NTV, and K24 for Kenya only; GTV, TV3, Adom TV, UTV and GHOne for Ghana only; and SABC News for South Africa only as a standard fixture.
From time to time, Showmax makes additional live channels available to subscribers, including Big Brother Naija. In 2021, Showmax streamed the pop-up tribute channel dedicated to Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu.
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Interview: Is Watu Africa Stealing Motorcycles from Their Customers? W/Erick Massawe Country Manager, Watu.
In this episode, I explore the allegations that Watu Africa, a leading asset financing company in Kenya, is stealing motorcycles from their customers. We hear from Watu Africa's country manager, Erick Massawe, who denies the allegations and claims that the company is being targeted by a smear campaign.