Compact Plus Subscribers Score a Festive EPL Season on SuperSport 3 – Plus New SuperSport 5 Channel


‘Tis the season for giving and DStv is bringing football fans on Compact Plus tidings of great joy!  The Barclays Premier League (English Premier League) currently in mid-season will return to SuperSport 3.  Hence, Compact Plus subscribers will be delighted to know that from 01 December 2015, they will be able to access the bulk of the EPL action for the rest of the football season which ends in May 2016!

As part of MultiChoice Africa’s commitment to ensuring that DStv subscribers have a bumper Festive season this year, all active Compact Plus subscribers will get the EPL experience on SuperSport 3 while SuperSport 5 will be made available to provide coverage of the La Liga.

This move will ensure all the subscribers have a fantastic holiday season with a wide range of added entertainment for the whole family which includes the various holiday pop-up channels including the Nigerian Festivals, Hoolee, the Pope’s Kenya Visit alongside new channels like M-Net Family, Vuzu and Emmanuel TV!

“We understand that our subscribers are experiencing tough economic conditions at the moment and want to ensure we go the extra mile for our valued subscribers. The DStv festive season will give you 100% and more great family sport, kids programming, news and entertainment!,” said Mr. Cecil Sunkwa-Mills, the General Manager of MultiChoice Ghana.

The Barclays Premier League is the sporting world’s most riveting soap opera, filled with larger than life characters who thrill, infuriate, spread joy and despair in equal measure.

From an unfortunate slip to losing grip of the title, to grabbing it via a stoppage time winner no other league in the football world comes close to delivering such amazing drama.

Featuring the cream of the Football Management crop who can always be depended upon for a newsworthy sound bite, to some of the beautiful games’ greatest players who regularly turn on the flair and style, the Premier League will keep fans across the globe on the edge of their seats, talking and tweeting non-stop from one match week to the next.

DStv Compact Plus subscribers will get to experience the unpredictability of the league that has been demonstrated this season. So far, this has been one of the most open football seasons in years with the likes of Leicester City competing with the big names for a top 4 slot, while champions Chelsea lag close to the drop zone.

This festive season will dish up its fair share of mouth-watering fixtures for subscribers to look forward to, including the following blockbusters:

  • Arsenal v Man City                          –              December 21, 2015
  • Man Utd v Chelsea                          –              December 28, 2015
  • Everton v Tottenham                     –              January 2, 2016
  • Liverpool v Arsenal                          –              January 13, 2016
  • Man City v Everton                          –              January 13, 2016
  • Chelsea v Everton                            –              January 16, 2016
  • Liverpool v Man Utd                       –              January 17, 2016
  • Arsenal v Chelsea                            –              January 24, 2016

So, can the reigning champ Chelsea survive relegation? Will Mourinho be fired? Who will make up the top 4 for Champions league qualification? Can Klopp revive Liverpool? Catch all this football drama on SuperSport 3 from1 December 2015!

For more sports news and live match fixtures on SS3 and SS5, please visit www.supersport.comSuperSport_opt

TERROR: SEVEN DAYS IN PARIS ; History® (DSTV 186) to premiere exclusive documentary on Paris terrorist attacks on Sunday, November 29 at 6:30PM

On Sunday, November 29 at 20:30 HISTORY® will broadcast Terror: Seven Days In Paris, a one-hour special event documentary about the recent terror attacks in Paris, which claimed 130 lives.

The documentary looks at the tragedy in Paris in the context of a world faced with the threat of international terrorism. For the seven days immediately after the Paris attacks, two camera teams recorded exclusive interviews with many witnesses to the killings, doctors who tried to save lives, the owner of the Bataclan concert venue and leading Paris-based international terrorism experts.

The documentary team also filmed the dawn siege by police – and its aftermath – in the Parisian quarter of St Denis on Wednesday, 18 November.

The film recalls other major acts over recent years that have had a significant global impact, including: 9/11 in New York and Pennsylvania; the Madrid bombings in 2004; 7/7 in London in 2005; the Charlie Hebdo attacks in Paris in January 2015; the Russian plane brought down in Sinai; and the strikes in Beirut, which took place on 12 November 2015, the day before the Paris attacks.

Rachel Job, UK Director of Programming for HISTORY at A+E Networks UK, said: “This special documentary puts the Paris attacks in a wider context. With exclusive footage and first-hand accounts from the people of Paris, alongside expert opinion, we look at how recent acts of terror have changed the course of history.”

Interviewees featured in Terror: Seven Days In Paris:

• Dr Christophe Pudhomme – raced to the Stade de France after an explosion was reported. Arriving at the scene, he witnessed the second explosion, and then treated innocent survivors. Five days later, he treated suspected terrorists injured in the police shoot-out in St Denis;

• Dr Michel Bonnot – off-duty anaesthetist who was enjoying his Friday evening after a busy week. He heard gunshots near his home, and raced to the Belle Equipebar where he saw several people with horrific wounds;

• Rafiaa Benabid – who was making dinner for her family in her flat above La Carillon bar, where seven people were killed. She heard shots and witnessed the aftermath;

• Daniel Habrekon – owner of the Bataclan concert venue; he went into the hall hours after 89 people were murdered during a rock concert and describes the horror he witnessed.

Terror: Seven Days In Paris is produced for HISTORY® by NBC Peacock Productions.

It premieres in on Sunday,  November 29 at 20:30 CAT on HISTORY®, with a repeat on the channel onWednesday,  December 2 at 8:10PM

What’s Up Africa on Focus on Africa on Metro TV on Friday at 7pm

What’s Up Africa is a satirical news show, African news but not as you know it. Created and presented by video blogger Ikenna Azuike.

Taken 3 Premieres on M-Net on Sunday 29 November at 6:00PM

Bryan Mills, (played by Liam Neeson) a former CIA agent, and his ex-wife consider a reconciliation, once she has divorced her current husband. But a tragic event not only ends their dream of a second chance,  Mills also becomes the chief suspect in a murder investigation. You can also catch it on M-Net Premiere at 6:30PM.

Keeping Up with the Kardashians S11 Premieres on E! Entertainment on Sunday 29 November at 6:00PM

E!’s first family returns with an all-new season of Keeping Up with the Kardashians as they are faced with some of their most challenging times yet.  Dealing with unexpected news and emotional highs and lows, the Kardashian/Jenner clan continues to put family first as they navigate changing relationships, focus on moving forward together and of course let loose and have some fun.


Punk’d Premieres on BET from Wednesday 2 December at 7:05PM

No-one is safe, plain and simple. The hit prank reality TV show PUNK’D gets a facelift as the new version takes viewers behind-the-scenes as the pranks are constructed. You’ll not only see the pranks get executed, but you’ll also see what happens when we select which celebs to get! The list of celebrities who get pranked this season include Chris Brown, K. Michelle, Trey Songz, and Sanaa Lathan, to name just a few.

Autopsy…The Last Hours of S4 airs on iTV Thursdays at 6:05PM

This hugely successful documentary series returns with investigations into the tragic and sudden deaths of some of the world famous celebrities. Forensic pathologist, Dr Richard Shepherd takes viewers through the controversial deaths of these famous personalities, unlocking the secrets from their official autopsy reports –y putting an end to the speculation. Crucial medical evidence gained from the actual autopsies explains what killed the stars and how they died. Interviews with friends and family shed light on the decisions that set them on the path towards their deaths

In the Name of Good: Serge Ibaka airs on Tuesday 1 December on TRACE Sport Stars at 6:55PM

Kicking off this month’s celebration of a fantastic year on TRACE Sport Stars, follow NBA player Serge Ibaka as he retraces his routes in the Republic of the Congo. Returning to the country of his birth, the basketball superstar talks about his memories, his faith and his aspirations for the future. Jump on board for the ride as Serge dazzles local fans, and witness how the Oklahoma City Thunder star is living the African dream.

Preach Premieres on Lifetime from Wednesday 2 December at 6:45PM

In this series, Lifetime® follows five female preachers and their mentees as they navigate the male-dominated church world and carve out a place for future female preachers to command pulpits nationwide. These are not women who are married to men of God, these women are the true leaders of their ministries. They are strong and unexpected characters with large followings and even larger personalities.

The Bible airs on History Tuesdays at 7:00PM

The Bible comes to life in an epic series on HISTORY®. From Genesis to Revelation, these unforgettable stories unfold through live action and cutting-edge computer generated imagery, offering new insight into famous scenes and iconic characters. Created by producer Mark Burnett and featuring an international cast that includes Roma Downey, this 10-hour docudrama explores the sacred text’s most significant episodes, including Noah’s journey in the ark, the Exodus and the life of Jesus.

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