Here for Her with GOtv: Experience the unforgettable Netball World Cup 2023

GOtv customers can look forward to back-to-back action from the much-anticipated 2023 Netball World Cup held at the Cape Town International Convention Centre in South Africa. The eight exciting fixtures will be broadcast on SuperSport Variety 3 Here For Her Channel from Friday, 28 July to Sunday, 6 August.

With top-ranked side Australia coming into the tournament as having won the Netball Quad Series at the same venue earlier this year, GOtv viewers will see The Diamonds try to retain their number one ranking when they take on Zimbabwe in the lead-up to the tournament’s opening ceremony on Friday 28 July.

“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.”

A few African names that pro006Dise to light up the court include Karla Pretorius of South Africa, Mary Cholhok of Uganda, Towera Vinkhumbo and Joyce Mvula of Malawi, 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 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 on GOtv channels 63/163/363.

Our message is clear. We are here for women in sports. We are here for African athletes. We are here for you. We are Here for Her. The Netball World Cup 2023 is exclusive to GOtv – don’t miss out! Don’t miss the action. Visit to subscribe or upgrade your package and join in on the excitement.

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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