TOPSTAR subscription Bouquets Launch in pictures

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-(from left to right) Indepedent Broadcasting Authority (IBA) Director General Josphine Mapoma, Topstar Chief Executive Officer Leo Liao, Ministry of Information Permanent Secretary Godfrey Malama and ZNBC Acting Director General Malulelo Lusambo poss for a photo during the launch of the topstar subscription Bouquets
Topstar Chief Executive Officer Leo Liao chats with Ministry of Information Permanent Secretary Godfrey Malama during the launch of the topstar subscription Bouquets
Topstar Chief Executive Officer Leo Liao welcomes Ministry of Information Permanent Secretary Godfrey Malama and ZNBC Acting Director General Malulelo Lusambo
Indepedent Broadcasting Authority (IBA) Director General Josphine Mapoma (l) Topstar Chief Executive Officer Leo Liao (centre) and Ministry of Information Permanent Secretary Godfrey Malama
Topstar Chief Executive Officer Leo Liao (l) Ministry of Information Permanent Secretary Godfrey Malama (r) and ZNBC Acting Director General Malulelo Lusambo (c) having a light moment shortly after the launch of the topstar subscription Bouquets
Topstar Sales Director Cliff Sichone showning journalist the new subscription bouguet during the launch of the topstar subscription Bouquets
Topstar Sales Director Cliff Sichone addresing the media and other stakeholders during the launch of the topstar subscription Bouquets
Ministry of Information Permanent Secretary Godfrey Malama chats with topstar Chief Executive Officer Leo Liao during the launch of the topstar subscription Bouquets

8 COMMENTS

  1. This is going to be a massive hit.Whoever thought this through is a genius.Firstly they have targeted the low income groups.the people in chaisa,garden,chawama, muma komboni etc.these are the people they targeted.and am sure at 30 kwacha per month for the cheapest bouquet….most if not all will afford it. So these chinese guys will be able to recoup there investment by mid next year!!

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  2. Don’t those Chinese have anything to apart from going everywhere they see that there is something to buy… Soon even ma toilet muna komboni you will start seeing them lining up to buy. I hate those People

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  3. This is long overdue, we are tired of the monopoly of DStv with their artificial prices of which 90 percent of their income comes from Zambia.
    am switching to topstar

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    • They dont have live English soccer?…that is a big difference.
      Who watches recorded French,German,Portuguese soccer games?

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