As the hype heightens around the FIFA world Cup 2018, regular SABC TV scheduling has changed to accommodate the soccer. 

SABC1 is the dedicated channel to catch up will all FIFA matches and the match highlights, but if you are less into soccer than the rest of the world, here's were you can find your favourite shows. 

SABC1’s popular shows, Skeem Saam and Uzalo will be broadcast on SABC2 from Friday, June 15 until Friday July 13.

SABC1's Generations the New Legacy will move to SABC3, from Monday to Friday at 8pm from June 14. 


SABC2’s Current Affairs programmes, Leihlo La Sechaba, Ngula Ya Vutivi and Zwa Maramani will not be broadcast for the duration of the Soccer World Cup. And Afrikaans and Sesotho news will be broadcast from 8pm to 8.30pm; each bulletin will take 15 minutes of the slot.

There are also new time slots for SABC3 shows: 


Monday 

Cleveland Hustles - 7.30pm to 8pm 

Amazing Race - 8.30pm to 9.30pm

Tuesday 

Man Cave 6 - 7.30pm to 8pm 

Top Chef Junior - 8.30pm to 9.30pm 

Wednesday 

Neill Anthony Private Chef- 7.30pm - 8pm 

Don’t Tell The Bride- 8.30pm to 9.30pm 

Thursday 

The Scoop - 7.30pm to 8pm

Presenter Search on 3 - 8.30pm to 9.30pm 

Friday 

Fundi’s - 8.30pm to 9pm