Malawi Broadcasting Corporation (MBC) Director General George Kasakula has disclosed that the State-owned public broadcaster will beam the 22nd edition of the World Cup.
Kasakula said they have acquired rights so that Malawians should not miss the world football feast.
“We have finalised everything so that football fans should be with the rest of the World, following proceedings of the World Cup. This is the biggest competition in the world and will help local fans enjoy and relax,” he said.
Kasakula also called on the corporate world to partner MBC TV.
“This is the biggest competition in the world and gives companies a chance to advertise their business to a large following. We also have two channels, which gives us the comfort that we can accommodate the matches and other events at the same time,” he said.
The current champions are France, who won their second title at the 2018 tournament in Russia, after they defeated Croatia 4-2.
Cameroon, Morocco, Senegal, Tunisia and Ghana will represent Africa at the World Cup.
All five have appeared at football’s biggest event previously. Cameroon, Morocco and Senegal made it to the last-eight of the Africa Cup of Nations earlier this year.
Record winners Brazil, alongside Germany, Portugal, England, Belgium, Spain and the Netherlands, will also participate.