Multi-Choice launches pop-up channel to ease Easter blues
Millions of South Africans who observe Easter will not have their usual gatherings this weekend due to the lockdown.
With 80% of the population being Christians, Multichoice has come to the rescue with its pop-up channel to ease the pain of not attending mass gatherings.
Speaking to Clement Manyathela, MultiChoice South Africa head of corporate affairs Reggie Moalusi says the programmes will be jam-packed.
It is going live channel 344 this afternoon, it will be on air until Monday midnight.Reggie Moalusi, Head of corporate affairs - MultiChoice South Africa
It's going to be a jam-packed programme especially Friday, Saturday, Sunday when most people are observing this key period.Reggie Moalusi, Head of corporate affairs - MultiChoice South Africa
All the bouquets will have the channel.Reggie Moalusi, Head of corporate affairs - MultiChoice South Africa
Listen to the full interview below...
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