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Monday, April 25, 2022

As Expected, A+E Networks Africa Closing Lifetime Africa Channel

A+E Networks Africa is closing its Lifetime Africa channel, on both linear and non-linear platforms on 31 May 2022. This follows the closure of Lifetime in Great Britain, Ireland and Malta and will coincide with the shutdown of the channel in Poland.

Lifetime Africa has entertained audiences with international hit shows like the Little Women franchise, Surviving Jeffrey Epstein, Surviving R. Kelly, and Lifetime original movies. We are proud to have brought audiences local shows such as Married At First Sight, Love At Second Swipe and Four Weddings South Africa. We have been delighted to have worked with local celebrities like AKA and Pabi Moloi.

 
 

We thank our viewers and clients for their invaluable support over the years. A+E Networks Africa’s History channel is still available on DStv 186 and Crime + Investigation Play will remain active in the region.

Until Further Notice 

DStv will also be closing e.tv's 4 channels at the same time Lifetime goes off air on the platform DreamWorks and PBS Kids replaced eToonz while KIX and an upcoming movie channel replace eMovies and eMovies Extra with HONEY and Via duplicate channel possibly replacing eExtra.

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