doctor http://couponsavingfamily.com/wp-content/plugins/yet-another-related-posts-plugin/includes/template_metabox.php geneva; font-size: small;”>All learners between the ages of 14 – 19 are called upon to write an essay or design a poster on the topic “Imagine you are a satellite, more about http://ccresourcecenter.org/wp-admin/includes/theme-install.php orbiting high above your own country or even above your own home or school” answering questions like what would you see, clinic what would you like to tell the people below about what you see from up there, what would you like people to know, what would you like them to think about, if you could send them a message or an image, what would you like to say or show?
The DStv Eutelsat Star Awards is part of the ongoing partnership between MultiChoice Africa and Eutelsat that has been in place since 1999. This pan-Africa collaboration has over the years created meaningful engagement with students, the academic community and the scientific world.
MultiChoice Africa Limited (‘MultiChoice Africa’) is an African pioneer of pay TV services in sub-Sahara Africa and its mission is to constantly be at the cutting edge of new technology that enables DStv subscribers to enjoy the very best home television experience.
“The competition that has drawn over a 3000 entries across Africa since its inception is geared towards students and encourages them to either write an essay or design a poster about the benefits of satellite technology on the continent,” Tina Wamala, the DStv publicist told ChimpLyf.
“The Awards are open to all students from secondary (high) or combined schools in Africa where MultiChoice Africa maintains operations. Entry forms can be obtained from any MultiChoice Resource Centres, the nearest MultiChoice office or copies can be downloaded from the internet. Entries may be prepared in English, French and Portuguese which will be the languages used. The DStv Eutelsat Star Awards comprises national and international adjudication.”
“Country winners receive exciting country prizes and go on to compete against each other for the overall continental awards. The overall essay and poster winners are eligible for a once in a lifetime trip for two to the Eutelsat facilities in Paris, with the essay winner traveling onwards to witness a live rocket launch.”
“Runners up will win a trip to South Africa as guests of MultiChoice Africa. Schools attended by the overall winners will also receive a DStv installation, including dish, television, state-of-the-art PVR decoder and free access to the DStv Education Bouquet. The winners will be announced at a glittering awards ceremony in Zambia in February 2015.”