Supersport and Econet Media are among the broadcasters to have secured the rights to broadcast the 2018 World Cup Set to be hosted by Russia.
A statement from FIFA read:
Following an open tender process for 42 territories in sub-saharan Africa. FIFA has granted media rights to five major broadcasting entities in the region.
The tender was launched on 21 October 2016 and included media rights to all 2017-2018 FIFA events,including the FIFA Confederations Cup 2017 and the 2018 FIFA World Cup .
The broadcasting entities are Supersport , Econet Media, SABC, Star TImes and Canal +
According to FIFA Supersport broadcast the World Cup in all territories in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Econet Media which owns the newly launched Kwese secured both Free to Air and Pay TV rights to the World Cup. According to FIFA , Kwese secured rights for all sub-Saharan African countries except South Africa.
Kwese though its yet to officially launch in Zimbabwe as its still working on getting a broadcast licence.
Another broadcaster Star Times secured rights to broadcast the World Cup in sub-Saharan Africa except South Africa as well