WINDHOEK, APRIL 15 – Zambezi Magic (DStv channel 162) is thrilled to present Our Perfect Wedding Zimbabwe, the local version of the internationally-successful reality television series which will premiere at 21:30 CAT on Thursday April 18 – also celebrated in Zimbabwe as Independence Day.
Every week an engaged couple will take on their journey to the altar. They check every item on their wish list so that they can declare at the end of it that they had their perfect wedding. DStv customers will get a chance to witness the couples tie their knots in spectacular Zim-style on Zambezi Magic! Watch as couples attempt to tick off every item on their wish list and hopefully – have their perfect wedding.
Timothy Okwaro, M-Net Director for East and Southern Channels expressed his gratitude as delivering yet another riveting show that will keep viewers glued to their screens every Thursday evening.
“As Africans, we love a good celebration and a wedding is a celebration of the best kind. There’s nothing like watching a happy couple taking a walk down the aisle to pledge their love for one another in front of their loved ones. I’m particularly proud that this show will bring viewers across Southern Africa the Zimbabwe version of wedding celebrations. That’s how we, on Zambezi Magic, continue to tell our stories.”
True to its previous success and social media popularity, the show has enjoyed a massive social media following where viewers have turned this show ‘the viewing event and trending topic of the week’ by sharing their experiences with each other. Viewers are encouraged to join the conversation on their social media platforms with #OPWZim and tagging @ZambeziMagic to share in the wedding celebrations with other viewers. It’s safe to say that Thursday nights just got a whole lot of festive!
Make sure to tune in every Thursday at 21:30 on DSTV channel 162. You can also stream it live on via DStv Now online or download the DStv Now mobile app so you can enjoy all the Zim-tastic wedding celebrations anywhere. – MultiChoice Namibia