How to become a Kwesé TV dealer in your Country

Kwesé TV

Kwesé TV is an outwardly growing brand in Africa, with over 77+ channels and availability in numerous countries. As the continent is becoming more connected and rapidly acknowledging digital transformation, there is an opportunity to provide the entertainment service to the increasing demand.

Partnering with the brand is an opportunity to provide an in demand service to an expanding market across the continent while receiving support and training on how to do your job best. So, if it’s been your long time wish to become a dealer, here is how you can become one.

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Requirements for a potential Kwesé TV Dealer

Anyone can be a dealer with Kwesé as long as they can afford to buy 5 or more kits. There are basically two categories of dealers; e-dealers who operate without physical locations or registered companies, and mainstream dealers who are physical shop or store owners. It is up to you to choose how to operate, as long as you can afford the kits.

How to Apply to be a Dealer

To become an authorized Kwesé Dealer, click the registration link here, complete the application form, and submit it. Once you’ve submitted your application form you’ll hear back from a Kwesé representative within 5 working days.

If your application is approved you will be invited to a training workshop where our Kwesé team will provide you with all the tools you need. This will be followed by an invite to the online dealer portal which will provide you with easy online tools to equip you with the necessary skills to work with Kwesé.

On approval of your application, you are required to purchase stock within 14 days. This will ensure you maintain your status as a Kwesé Dealer and remain able to service customers.

Eligible applicants for Kwesé Dealership

You can apply if you are in

  • Ghana
  • Zambia
  • Liberia
  • Rwanda
  • Uganda
  • Kenya
  • Malawi
  • Botswana
  • Lesotho
  • Gambia
  • Ethiopia
  • DRC Congo
  • Cameroon
  • South Sudan
  • Tanzania
  • Swaziland
  • Namibia
  • Sierra Leone

There is currently a temporary hold on the acceptance of dealer applications from Nigeria and Zimbabwe.