Broadcast rights in sub-Saharan Africa to the 2026 Fifa World Cup and the 2027 Fifa Women’s World Cup are now on the market after two concurrent tender processes were opened by football’s world governing bod…
Pan-African media group MultiChoice, owner of pay-television broadcasters SuperSport and DStv, posted core headline earnings of R1.8bn (€91m/$98.6m) for the six-month period ending September 30, which included three World Cups across football, netball and rugby union.
South Africa’s eMedia Investments has filed legal papers with Johannesburg’s High Court over the terms of pay-television broadcaster MultiChoice’s Rugby World Cup sublicensing deal which has precluded the m…
Public-service broadcaster the SABC has been unable to secure a sublicensing deal with pay-television broadcaster SuperSport for South Africa's matches at the forthcoming 2023 Rugby World Cup in France
Major League Cricket has announced a domestic media rights deal with subscription broadcaster Willow TV and a series of international media rights agreements ahead of its inaugural season
Pan-African media group MultiChoice, owner of pay-television broadcaster SuperSport and pay-television operator DStv, has reported the return of its Rest of Africa (RoA) business to profitability, along…
Pay-television broadcaster SuperSport renewed its rights to International Cricket Council global events from 2024 to the end of 2031 at a slight uplift, despite an absence of competition in the region.
Pay-television broadcaster SuperSport has extended its domestic media rights deal with Cricket South Africa until the end of the 2026-27 season
Pay-television broadcaster SuperSport has continued its recent run of rights deals by formalising an agreement with mixed martial arts promotion the ONE Championship
Pay-television broadcaster SuperSport has acquired exclusive rights across sub-Saharan Africa for the World Table Tennis Championships Finals and the WTT Series
Pay-television broadcaster SuperSport has renewed its rights to International Cricket Council global events for eight years, from 2024 to 2031, across 52 territories in sub-Saharan Africa
Pay-television broadcaster SuperSport has retained its long-running coverage of the Indian Premier League (IPL) in South Africa after striking a late rights deal for the T20 cricket competition
South Africa’s Premier Soccer League has launched an invitation to tender for media rights across sub-Saharan Africa for all of its competitions for the period from 2024-25 to 2028-29.
Pan-African media group MultiChoice, owner of pay-television broadcaster SuperSport and pay-television operator DStv, plans to launch two 4K channels prior to the 2022 Fifa World Cup
Pay-television broadcaster SuperSport has secured exclusive rights for European Professional Club Rugby competitions in South Africa and other 'key territories' in sub-Saharan Africa for three seasons,…
Pan-African media group MultiChoice, owner of pay-television broadcaster SuperSport and pay-television operator DStv, has increased its pay-television subscriber base by 900,000 customers, bringing its…
The format will involve six privately-owned franchises competing in a league system before playoffs and a final, with 33 matches in total.
African pay-television broadcaster SuperSport renewed its exclusive English-language rights to the French Open and Australian Open, paying slight increases in both to secure longer terms.