Zimbabwe

Econet Media has furthered the reach of its pan-African media company, Kwesé, by launching its pay-television operation in Liberia and its digital service, Kwesé iflix, in Zimbabwe.

Zimbabwean public-service broadcaster ZBC has agreed a rights deal with the Premier Soccer League, the top tier of club football in the country.

The Infront agency is interested in acquiring rights for the Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League top-tier club football competition.

African pay-television broadcaster Kwesé TV has returned to Zimbabwean screens following the latest court ruling over the legality of the service.

African pay-television broadcaster Kwesé TV has launched in South Africa, as it faces further problems in Zimbabwe.

The Zimbabwe government and the Broadcasting Authority of Zimbabwe (BAZ) have banned African pay-television broadcaster Kwesé TV from operating in the country.

The Zimbabwe Cricket governing body has said that its partnership with Indian subcontinent pay-television broadcaster Taj Television remains intact following reports to the contrary yesterday (Wednesday).

ZBC, the state-owned broadcaster in Zimbabwe, is in talks to acquire live rights for the 2013 Confederations Cup national team football tournament in Brazil, according to the Zimeye news website

New West Indies deal reflects changing world order in cricket

SuperSport, the pay-television broadcaster in sub-Saharan Africa, has acquired rights for the Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League, the top football division in the country

'Creating a market' with no audience measurement data

Saturation effect puts brake on Indian cricket rights boom

Basketball: The MP & Silva agency brokered several deals for the Spanish league, the ACB, beginning this season

Athletics: Channel 4, the UK commercial broadcaster, acquired the rights for the 2011 and 2013 World Championships in a three-year deal with the IEC in Sports agency

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Football: African broadcasters acquired the rights for the African Cup of Nations in a series of last-minute deals with the LC2 agency.  In Ghana, state broadcaster GTV acquired the rights for €1m (£686,000).

·   Football: African broadcasters acquired the rights for the African Cup of Nations in a series of last-minute deals with the LC2 agency.