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Catch Bafana’s Afcon warm-up games live



Having recently acquired the pay-TV rights to broadcast the South African football team’s 2013 international friendlies, SuperSport gets down to business right away with the broadcast of Tuesday and Saturday’s Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) warm-ups against Norway and Algeria respectively.

The two matches, as well as the imminent 2013 Africa Cup of Nations, will be broadcast across three SuperSport channels: SS4HD, SS4 and SuperSport Select.

All South Africans with DStv will therefore get to see Bafana as the three channels are selectively available on the different DStv bouquets.

Leading up to the January 19 Afcon kickoff, SuperSport will also broadcast a host of warm-up matches involving various participants. These include Bafana’s first opponents, the enigmatic Cape Verde, against Nigeria on Wednesday.

BROADCAST DETAILS (all times are CAT, SA, GMT+2)

Tuesday, January 8
South Africa v Norway
SS4HD, SS4, Select (8pm)

Wednesday, January 9
Nigeria v Cape Verde
SS7 (9:55pm)

Thursday, January 10
Gabon v Tunisia
SS2HD, SS4, Select (2:55pm)

Ghana v Egypt
SS2HD, SS4, Select (6:55pm)

Saturday, January 12
South Africa v Algeria
SS4HD, SS4 (5:30pm)

Sunday, January 13
Ghana v Tunisia
SS2HD, SS4, Select (6:25pm)

Monday, January 14
Ivory Coast v Egypt
SS2HD, SS4, Select (6:25pm)



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