Zuku TV relaunches Swahili Channel, debuts new programming

Zuku TV relaunches Swahili Channel, debuts new programming.

Zuku TV has relaunched its Swahili channel with a forray of new and exciting content designed for the Swahili lovers. The channel Zuku Swahili Movies, will effectively change to a general entertainment channel now Zuku Swahili on channel 210 starting November 13th 2016.

Zuku Swahili is set to be the premiere channel of choice in the region on Bongo entertainment with a rich menu ranging from Bongo Movie Titles, Bongo Swahili series, Bongo magazine shows, Bongo star search for music, Bongo lifestyle talk shows, Bongo Secular music, Bongo Taarab Music, Bongo comedies, Bongo weekly gossip, Bongo gospel music complications, Bongo cooking shows among other shows.

Speaking on the relaunch of the new channel Jay Chudasama, Managing Director, Zuku TV said , “We are excited to showcase to our Swahili lovers the new look Zuku Swahili channel providing the finest Bongo entertainment. This channel is a proof of our commitment to the East African viewers that we are evolving to meet the demands of audiences by creating content that’s both timely and compelling”.

The Zuku Swahili channel will be available on Zuku Smart package across all our markets an exciting new low-cost television offering with over 30 channels that includes regional, and a variety of alternative genre channels with the main emphasis on local content.

In addition to new and exciting content set to be showcased on Zuku Swahili channel 210, Zuku has commissioned three movies; Task Force Unit - (Investigative film), Najifunga - (Plight of Albinos) and Wakoloni Weusi - (Corruption in High Office) expected to debut on the channel in December 2016.

Zuku has been adaptable and flexible in meeting expectations that shape up the Pay TV business concluded Mr. Omari.

ZUKU has been deeply invested in the growth and success of East Africa's creative and content industries. Zuku has invested over $1,000,000 acquisition and commissioning Swahili content which have been successfully broadcasted in Tanzania, Kenya, Zambia, Uganda and Malawi