DStv Compact gets 4 new channels for limited time only

For a limited time only, DStv will be adding two new channels and two popup channels to its Compact package.

Comedy Central (DStv channel 122) and SuperSport Action (DStv channel 210) will automatically be available to customers on the DStv decoder or the DStv app from 24 May to 7 June.

In addition, DStv has also launched two new pop-up channels. Available to all DStv Premium, Compact Plus, Compact, Family and Access customers, The Fast and the Furious Pop-Up Channel (DStv channel 111) as well as The Afro-Cinema Pop-Up Channel (DStv channel 198) will both be available from 21 – 30 May 2021.

For DStv Compact customers, this means a total of 4 new channels for no additional cost. Some of the highlights include:

The Daily Social Distancing Show with Trevor Noah

Brand new and exclusive. Join Trevor Noah and his team as they take a satirical sideswipe at the latest in news and current affairs. Emmy Award-winning irreverence from Comedy Central.

The Fast & The Furious Pop-Up Channel

Launching on Friday, 21 May, and running until Sunday, 30 May, the action-packed pop-up channel will be available on DStv channel 111 and will feature the eight original films from The Fast & The Furious franchise. All these films, from Fast to Fate, will air between 6:00 to 22:00 daily, with the Fast & Furious franchise spin-off Hobbs & Shaw (2019) also being available to watch on M-Net Movies 2 and DStv Catch Up.

The Afro-Cinema Pop-Up Channel

To celebrate Africa Day on Tuesday, 25 May, MultiChoice Group is launching M-Net Movies Afro-Cinema, a pop-up movie channel dedicated to showcasing and celebrating contemporary African films. The Afro-Cinema Channel will be available from Friday, 21 May, to Sunday, 30 May 2021, on DStv channel 198 to DStv customers on Access to Premium packages across the continent.

The Afro-Cinema Channel is curated to celebrate Africa’s cultural diversity, aptly reflected and captured in the work that is being produced by filmmakers all over the continent. Through collaboration and turning challenges into possibilities, local film industries across the continent have produced award-winning productions that have launched the careers of many directors, producers, and stars while also taking the “for us, by us” African stories global.

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