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MultiChoice Uganda, PEP enter Partnership to bring products closer to customer

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MultiChoice Uganda, the country’s leading Pay TV service provider on Tuesday entered a new partnership with PEP Stores Uganda, a multinational retail company to bring DStv and GOtv products and services closer to subscribers in Kampala. The partnership will offer customer service such as sales, installation services, subscription payment, and purchase accessories among others. Speaking at the inaugural function at the PEP Store in Kabalagala, MultiChoice Uganda’s Head of Customer Experience and Care, Patricia Kiconco reiterated the company’s continued commitment in investing in local partnerships as well as playing a major role increasing customer convenience by creating more avenues for customers to get one-on-one support.“As of now, MultiChoice Uganda has 3 branches spread across the country with 2 in the Kampala and another in Mbarara. This is assurance to our customers in the city an even deeper-rooted and widespread presence, in synergy with this historic partnership with PEP Uganda Stores.” said Patricia.

MultiChoice Uganda and PEP Stores Uganda, she said, are on a mission to provide responsive Pay TV services to the un-served households facilitated by customer-centric priced TV packages, high quality service and innovative technology offered at the stores.PEP Stores Uganda LTD Country Manager, Liaan Scholtes expressed his delight at the partnership with Multichoice Uganda.“Customers have responded very well to the PEP brand and what we offer as a clothing retailer here in Uganda. We will continue to give our customers the best prices on a wide range of products that will now include DStv and GOtv merchandise at all our 13 stores countrywide.” said Liaan. Customers can now be assisted at all PEP stores located at Kabalagala, Clock Tower, Luwum Street, Park Royal, Jinja Road, Bugolobi, Kireka, Mukono, Victoria Mall in Entebbe. As well as in Masaka, Mbarara, Jinja and Mbale.

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‘No Excuse’ Campaign goes to MUBS

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The behavioral change campaign dubbed “No Excuse” with the aim of addressing the predicament of sexual harassment in the country has taken a step further by taking campaign to University students and Nakawa based MUBS had its turn today. “No Excuse” will address the subject by calling for smart drinking measures among its consumers,since alcohol abuse has been identified as one of the primary catalysts for sexual harassment.

The aim of the ‘No Excuse’ campaign is to:

• shine a spotlight on the sexual harassment problem.

• to bring about a change in long established societal behaviours and attitudes

• to activate bystanders with the aim of decreasing and preventing this act

• challenge the public to take appropriate action against perpetrators of sexual harassment

• encourage stakeholders to support the victims to access appropriate support services.

Attention is increasingly being paid to the prevalence of this vice in Uganda. Whether this is down to more cases being reported or the abuse is on the rise, is a matter worth investigating. What is certain, is that the public space in which women can freely express themselves must be guarded. This calls for collective reflection by all stakeholders on the measures to be undertaken to ensure that every individuals rights and freedom are protected as enshrined in the constitution under Article 20. Utilizing the brand’s online platforms, the campaign will implore the public have its say on what constitutes sexual harassment.

The information will be curated and the data presented into a communication campaign to both raise awareness and also educate the public about sexual harassment while changing people’s attitudes and beliefs. Francis Nyende, the Nile Special Brand Manager said, “It is a good thing that the plight of women regarding sexual harassment is edging to the fore of the national discourse. But it’s also rather disturbing that almost daily there’s a story about a woman that has been sexually harassed. As one of the leading Ugandan brands we have decided to champion the cause. ”Our ultimate goal is to reduce and prevent the incidences of sexual harassment, which affects the lives of too many women, both directly and indirectly, and thereby make a much safer society. “Some of the places where women are more susceptible to sexual harassment is during the nightlife (bars, discos etc).

At certain hours of the night, after consuming a couple of bottles, some men throw caution to the wind at the expense of the women. So we are here to educate revelers that they should drink smart, there’s no excuse for sexual harassment,” says Nyende. Ms. Gloria Nakafeero, the Commissioner Gender and Women Affairs, Ministry of Gender,Labour and Social Development said, “We are using the ‘No Excuse’ campaign as a catalyst toget people to question themselves and their behaviors. We are aware that by identifying the problem we shall need to do more to try and create meaningful change. So by raising awareness about the issue, the existing laws and policies as well as the existing support services, we will contribute towards positive change in attitudes to make sexual harassment “inexcusable” and unacceptable and demand positive actions towards the elimination of sexual harassment.I am happy to be associated with the Nile Special ‘No Excuse’ campaign.

It always starts with a simple insight. What rings true for me was the idea that in Uganda, whenever we observe or encounter of sexual harassment, we’re inclined to absent ourselves of any responsibility – or worse still, excuse behaviour that’s totally inexcusable.” Article 24 of the constitution protects the dignity of every one in Uganda. No person shall be subjected to any form of inhuman or degrading treatment. This includes respect of a person to their psychological or mental wellbeing.

Learn more at the Nile Special ‘No Excuse’ campaign websitewww.noexcuse.ug

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MultiChoice Reduces DStv & GOtv Plus Prices in Uganda

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MultiChoice Uganda has announced that DStv and GOtv Plus customers effective 1st September will be enjoying quality entertainment content, and the new football season for less. After a consideration for economic relief to their customers, They have reduced prices for DStv Premium, Compact+, Compact and Family as well as the GOtv Plus package.

“These are tough economic times and as a company, we’re constantly looking at various ways our to thank customers for their ongoing support and loyalty whilst delivering a world-class entertainment service at a price they can afford,” said Joan Semanda Kizza, the PR and Communications Manager of MultiChoice Uganda. “These significant price drop the various DStv bouquets and GOtv Plus is our way to demonstrate our commitment to ensuring our customers receive the best possible access to great entertainment at outstanding value.”In August, Multi Choice delivered the exciting FA Cup’s Community Shield match between Liverpool and Manchester City on 4 August to all our DStv customers as well as GOtv Max and Plus along with An a three-week long open view access to the new WWE SuperSlam pop-up channel than launched on 1 August and will run until 31 December.

In the latest giant leap in providing customer value, MultiChoice will make great entertainment even more accessible to more consumers in Uganda and we believe this move will grant more of our customers access to the complete world of exciting entertainment channels at a lower price.“Leading up to this day, we have done a teaser campaign that you have probably been seeing titled, “Where is Everybody” with the date 3.9.19. This was a pre-empt to today, where we have all the media present with us here at Clock Tower. With this campaign, we have highlighted empty streets, with the implication that Everybody has been missing because they have been watching TV. After today, we will launch at Kazi Mingi in Jinja tomorrow (4th September), The Bus Park in Gulu on 6th September and Kizungu in Mbarara on the 8th of September.The price decreases were implemented on DStv & GOtv packages from 1st September 2019 as below:

DStv Premium at Ugx 219 000, Dstv Compact Plus at Ugxb180 000, Dstv Compact at Ugx115 000, Dstv Family at ugx60 000UGX.

Furthermore, the subscription prices of DStv Access, GOtv Max, GOtv Value and GOtv Lite will remain the same, ensuring that customers on these packages also continue to enjoy their favourite entertainment, at the same price!During this period of the reduced price, all active DStv customer will also get access the UEFA Super Cup match between Liverpool and Chelsea, which will follow on Wednesday 14 August 21:00 CAT on SS3. Later in August, the world of champions, SuperSport, will bring live action of the new Serie A and La Liga seasons alongside the Premier League, LaLiga, Serie A, UCL, FIFA World Cup Qualifiers, UEFA Euro Qualifiers, UEFA Nations League, UEFA Euro 2020, UEFA Champions League, Super Cup, Supertaça Europeia, UEFA Nations League and Super Spanish Cup. As part of our football offering, we have the broadcast rights to the UEFA Nations League (UNL) to DStv football fans in Uganda! That’s not all – from DStv customers also have access to a wider variety of sports including WWE; UFC; Rugby; Cycling; Golf; Tennis; Athletics; Cricket; Motorsport and International Boxing.DStv and GOtv also offers customers local and international movies and series as well as the widest variety of quality local and international entertainment channels including telenovelas, music, news, children’s entertainment alongside the recently-launched WWE SuperSlam pop-up channel and Big Brother Naija which is currently heating up screens‚ ‘Pepper-Dem‘ style.

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Uganda Airlines excites Somali Nationals

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Uganda Airlines newly inaugurated Bombardier CRJ900 aircraft excited the Somali Nationals when it made its maiden commercial flight to Mogadishu. This follows the earlier commercial flights to Nairobi and Juba on 28th August 2019.

The aircraft which set off from Entebbe International Airport at 6:00pm touched down at Aden Adde International Airport at 8:00am. Reaching Aden Ade International Airport, the passengers who were on board were welcomed by Uganda’s Ambassador to Somalia Prof Sam Turyamuhika and the State Minister of Education for Somalia, Hon Abdulahi Godah Barre. The Passengers on board were led by Uganda Airlines Commercial Director, Jennifer Bamuturaki who was so excited to receive a warm welcome to Somali and in her comments said “I want to take this opportunity to thank the people and the government of Somalia for accepting Uganda Airlines to operate in your territory.

We believe that Uganda Airlines presents another dimension to the travel industry and together with other key stakeholders will propel the aviation sector to greater heights”Minister of Education for Somalia, Hon Abdulahi Godah Barre, with a lot of excitement remarked, “We are so happy as Somalia and welcome Uganda Airlines on board. I want to thank the government of Uganda for this great opportunity and considering Mogadishu as one of its destinations. With a lot of Somali Nationals pursing their education and doing business in Uganda, this is will ease transportation. Somalia will support Uganda Airlines.”Uganda Airlines will fly to Mogadishu 4 times every week.In November this year, Uganda Airlines will expand its route network to the rest of Africa covering several destinations in Southern and Central Africa.

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