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Watch SA, Zambia in Mandela Challenge

Zambia, reigning African champions and runners-up of the inaugural Nelson Mandela Challenge, return for another tilt at one of Africa’s most coveted title, held in honour of one of continent’s greatest statesman, Nelson Mandela.

The match will be broadcast live on SuperSport 4HD and SuperSport 4 from 7.30pm on Wednesday.

Familiar foes in the 90s, South Africa and Zambia rekindle their friendly rivalry in a match that both teams have firmly set their sights on winning as they gear up for the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations.

With the possibility of being mentioned in the same breath as world football superpowers like Argentina, Brazil, Nigeria and Holland as Nelson Mandela Challenge winners, Chipolopolo will be dangerous opponents as they look to grab the second opportunity afforded to them in this competition with both hands.


SS4HD, SS4 (7:30pm)


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