Get ready for Malawi vs. Scotland on 28 July!


Viewers can look forward to back-to-back action live from the Cape Town International Convention Centre in South Africa when the 2023 Netball World Cup kicks off with eight exciting fixtures on SuperSport variety 1 & 3 and SuperSport Select 1 & 2 on the Here For Her Channel on DStv (from Family) and GOtv (from Max) from Friday 28 July until Sunday, 6 August.

The Malawi Queens will kick-off the Netball World Cup with their first match against Scotland on the first day of the World Cup on 28 July at 20:00pm.

A not to be missed sporting event, sporting fans can look forward to African teams making the continent proud, as the 2023 Netball World Cup brings all the live action and the adrenaline of the game to their homes.

“This World Cup is not just another sports event; it’s a nod to our commitment to promoting women in sports and a celebration of female athletes who, through their remarkable feats, inspire and empower others,” says Rendani Ramovha, CEO-designate of SuperSport.

 “With an all-women SuperSport production crew – a world first – we will bring you every twist, every turn, every shot, of all 64 matches, including simultaneous games.”

Netball legends to watch include Joyce Mvula of Malawi, Karla Pretorius of South Africa, Mary Cholhok of Uganda, Towera Vinkhumbo and Lenize Potgieter of South Africa, and Felistus Kwangwa of Zimbabwe. Their talent, grit, and stories of triumph and resilience will undoubtedly provide unforgettable moments of world-class netball.

With SuperSport Variety 3 and 4 as the Here for Her channel from 17 July, subscribers can enjoy extensive Netball World Cup coverage. Don’t miss a single pass, goal, or intercept.

Opening Ceremony: Friday 28 July, 4PM (SA Time)

Preliminaries Stage 1:

African teams


July 28 (11am) v Australia.

July 29 (4pm) v Sri Lanka.

July 30 (6pm) v Jamaica.


July 28 (11am) v Australia.

July 29 (9am) v Fiji.

July 30 (6pm) v Tonga.


July 28 (9am) v Japan.

July 29 (9am) v New Zealand.

July 30 (4pm) v Trinidad and Tobago.


July 28 (8pm) v Scotland.

July 29 (6pm) v England,

August 3 (11am) v Barbados.


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