SABC to televise Bafana Bafana vs Zimbabwe 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifier live

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With SuperSport yet to officially secure a broadcasting rights deal with the Confederation of African Football (CAF), the TV blackout in South Africa is still in place for national team games.

However, the state broadcaster has now secured the rights for the opening Group G World Cup qualifier for Qatar 2022 as Bafana take on the neighboring Warriors on Friday afternoon.

According to an official statement, the game will be available on SABC1, SABC Radio Stations, OpenView, and the telkomONE application which provides the newly introduced and independent SABC Sports channel.

The games, along with all 40 CAF African World Cup qualifiers this week is also available to be streamed via the official FIFA YouTube channel.

10. Mali (60) – 1393 points
10. Mali (60) – 1393 points
9. Ivory Coast (57) – 1403 points
9. Ivory Coast (57) – 1403 points
8. Cameroon (54) – 1411 points
8. Cameroon (54) – 1411 points
7. Ghana (52) – 1421 points
7. Ghana (52) – 1421 points
6. Egypt (46) – 1433 points
6. Egypt (46) – 1433 points
5. Nigeria (34) – 1480 points
5. Nigeria (34) – 1480 points
4. Morocco (32) – 1488 points
4. Morocco (32) – 1488 points
3. Algeria (30) – 1499 points
3. Algeria (30) – 1499 points
2. Tunisia (28) – 1515 points
2. Tunisia (28) – 1515 points
1. Senegal (21) – 1545 points
1. Senegal (21) – 1545 points
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