Wednesday, June 19, 2019

SuperSport to broadcast all Africa Cup of Nations 2019 soccer matches on DStv, magazine shows Master Plan and Hello Africa: South Africa to provide additional coverage.

SuperSport will broadcast all Africa Cup of Nations 2019 (Afcon 2019) matches on MultiChoice's DStv satellite pay-TV service while magazine shows like Master Plan and Hello Africa: South Africa will further discuss and cover the African soccer tournament taking place in Egypt.

The Afcon 2019 coverage starts this coming Friday, 21 June on SuperSport with commentators including Teko Modise, Jay-Jay Okocha and Shaun Bartlett who will be doing studio analysis.

SuperSport says that each Afcon 2019 match will include a one-hour build-up, as well as a post-match wrap-up discussion.

SuperSport is providing several language options for commentary, including English, Zulu and Sotho in South Africa, as well as elsewhere in Africa, English and Pidgin in Nigeria and Ghana for instance.

In-field reporters include Thato Moeng (South Africa), Chizom Ezeoke (Nigeria), James Wokabi (Kenya) and Silvio Ivan Capuepe (Angola) while the frontline studio presenters will be Carol Tshabalala, Mozes Priaz, Julia Stuart, Neil Andrews and Lwazi Ziqubu.

SuperSport says it has assembled guest analysts from across Africa, including the soccer legend Okocha and the decorated coach Pitso Mosimane.

Others panelist include are Stanton Fredericks, Modise, Bartlett, Gavin Hunt, Musa Otieno (Kenya), David Obua (Uganda), Joseph Yobo (Nigeria), Tinashe Nengomashe (Zimbabwe) and Laryea Kingston (Ghana).

For Afcon 2019 the magazine show Master Plan will cover the tournament as well doing strategic and tactical analysis of matches, with Hello Africa: South Africa as a new Saturday morning show that will showcase the variety of nations participating in the tournament.

Hello Africa: South Africa will be presented by Minnie Dlamini and Lwazi Ziqubu and will include regional isnerts, breaking news and profile and lifestyle inserts from Egypt.