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South African public-service broadcaster SABC is relying on Lagardère to supply it with rights to South Africa national-team matches as its dispute with the country’s football association rumbles on.

The South African Football Association has reached an agreement to extend its rights deal with pay-television broadcaster Siyaya TV.

South Africa national team football matches will be shown on free-to-air television in the country, according to pay-television broadcaster Siyaya TV, which has agreed a six-year rights deal with the South African Football Association (SAFA).

The South African Football Association’s new media rights deal with pay-television broadcaster Siyaya TV would appear to be in doubt after public-service broadcaster the SABC questioned the validity of reports that the agreement had been finalised.