As the 2023 Rugby World Cup final approaches, rugby fans will fondly recall the epic South Africa vs. New Zealand match at Ellis Park Stadium in 1995. To celebrate this momentous event, DStv offers a limited opportunity for sports and entertainment enthusiasts to join the DStv Stream family for only R19.95.
If you subscribe to a DStv Stream Access package on October 27 or 28, you’ll enjoy your first month for the unbeatable price of R19.95 – less than a cup of coffee. This offer, which also includes an additional mobile stream for the first month, starts at 00:01 on October 27 and ends on October 28 at 23:00. It’s open to all current non-subscribers of DStv Stream.
Marc Jury, CEO of MultiChoice South Africa, states, “All eyes will be on Paris this weekend for what’s set to be a cracking finale to an exhilarating tournament. As DStv, we want to bring along as many people as possible for the ride – we don’t want anyone to miss out on one of the most momentous sporting occasions in our country’s history.”
To take advantage of this special offer, visit dstv.com/1995. As an introductory package to the DStv family, DStv Access offers a diverse selection of channels at a competitive price, catering to various entertainment preferences, whether it’s sports, local dramas, or lifestyle content.
DStv Access Stream is available for R99 a month (including an Extra Stream). You can easily sign up online just in time to witness Captain Siya Kolisi and his team aim for rugby glory.
While the Springboks have claimed the Rugby World Cup three times, the 1995 World Cup stands out as a unifying moment in South Africa’s history. The 2023 tournament reminds us that we are #StrongerTogether.
Make sure not to miss the live broadcast of South Africa vs New Zealand on Saturday, October 28 at 21:00 on SuperSport Variety 4 (DStv Channel 209). Additionally, catch the third-place playoff between England and Argentina on Friday, October 27 at 21:00, also on SuperSport Variety 4 (DStv Channel 209).
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