The Africa Cup of Nations 2023 broadcasting rights and the other CAF tournaments for the 2024 season have been acquired by the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC), with pleasure.


The much-awaited Total Energies AFCON 2023 will only be accessible on SABC channels on all South African broadcasting platforms. It will take place in Ivory Coast from January 13–February 11, 2024.


AFCON 2024 live on SABC



SABC Sport will provide its viewers and commercial partners with live coverage of all 52 AFCON 2023 matches, in which the South African national side, Bafana Bafana, will also be competing, throughout the following six (6) weeks while the local PSL season is on break.


Additionally, SABC Sport has obtained the live feeds for all remaining CAF events. These events include all 150 AFCON 2025 qualifier matches, all 32 CAF CHAN 2024 matches, all CAF Champions League 2023/24 matches, all CAF Confederations Cup 2023/24 matches, all CAF Africa Women Cup of Nations 2024 matches, all CAF Women's Champions League 2024 matches, and all CAF Super Cup 2024 matches.


Thanks to these purchases, SABC channels will be the only place where football fans and business partners can watch the greatest football tournaments in the globe. This means that all South Africans will have free access to this fantastic content without any unfair platform restrictions.


SABC Sport has planned an impressive schedule of material for the Total Energies AFCON 2023 in Ivory Coast, guaranteeing that viewers will be able to see all the action live.


In addition to the 52 matches being broadcast live exclusively on SABC TV channels, radio stations, and digital platforms, fans will also be treated to a daily Total Energies AFCON 2023 Preview and Review show, which will highlight all of the matches that are scheduled for the day and go over all of the news, updates, and goals from each day's complete matches.


The top SABC Sport on-air talent will provide expert commentary throughout each match during a studio build-up and wrap.


All AFCON 2023 matches will be televised live on SABC 1, SABC 3, SABC Sport Channel, and SABC radio stations, Radio 2000, RSG, Umhlobo Wenene FM, Ukhozi FM, Lesedi FM, Motsweding FM, Thobela FM, Phalaphala FM, Munghana Lonene FM, Ikwekwezi FM, Ligwalagwala FM, and TRUFM in the audience's preferred language. The SABC promises to make all world-class events accessible to all South Africans without any barriers or entry costs.


All 52 games will also be available for free live streaming on SABC Plus and sabcsport.com, with a free catch-up option available for anyone who may have missed the action.


Fans may watch live commentary of every moment that is too good to miss from all 52 of the live AFCON 2023 matches on the SABC Sport social media profiles on Facebook and X (previously known as Twitter).


Ian Plaatjes, the Chief Operations Officer of the SABC, said: "The SABC team is happy to have made all these great sport activities available to the South African public and would like to express its gratitude to the relevant stakeholders, New World Media, and the rights holders who worked tirelessly to ensure the fruition of this process."


The CAF, under the direction of President Dr. Patrice Motsepe, has undergone a transformation that has made the Africa Cup of Nations one of the most sought-after events on the planet.


The games will be aired on SABC Sport in addition to many other foreign networks.


Additionally, the SABC wishes Bafana Bafana well in the tournament in Ivory Coast. To stay updated, follow SABC Sport on Facebook, Instagram, and X.
 

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