To Have and To Hold, UFC, Wimbledon + More this Week on DStv!

This is a fresh and sexy drama serial about the lives of three young female friends living in the city, as they deal with the pressures of juggling marriage, motherhood, relationships, and their careers. It follows the life of a trio; the ambitious Akosua, the ever-optimistic Enyonam and the fun loving Kuukua, as they deal with the challenge’s life throws at them; be it a skirt chasing boss, a dishonest husband or a promiscuous partner. To Have and To Hold stars on screen favorites, Lydia Forson, Zynell Zuh, Naashorkor Mensah Doku, Elikem Kumordzi, Adjetey Annag, Bukom Banku and Clemento Suarez. It shows Mondays and Tuesdays, at 8:30pm on Akwaaba Magic, Ch 150, available on Compact.



A group of women who are currently or used to be in a relationship with a basketball player, come together on this show to tell their story. Stars – Evelyn Lozada, Shaunie O’Neal, Jennifer Williams, Kristen Scott, many others. Catch a new season of Basketball Wives, Weekdays at 6:30pm on 1Magic Ch 119, available on Compact Plus.

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Rainbow Johnson recounts her experience growing up in a mixed-race family in the ’80s and the constant dilemmas she and the family members had to face over whether to assimilate or stay true to themselves. Bow’s parents, Paul and Alicia, decide to move from a hippie commune to the suburbs to better provide for their family. As her parents struggle with the challenges of their new life, Bow and her siblings navigate a mainstream school in which they’re perceived as neither black nor white. The family’s experiences illuminate the challenges of finding one’s own identity when the rest of the world can’t decide where you belong. A new season of Mixed-ish shows Fridays at 7:30pm on 1Magic, Ch 119, available on Compact Plus.

Tessa finds herself struggling with her complicated relationship with Hardin; she faces a dilemma that could change their lives forever. Make a date with MNet Ch 101, Sunday night at 8pm to watch After We Collided, available on Premium.


During the Northern Wei Dynasty, Mulan joined the army for his father and returned with honor. Ten years later, Rouran broke the border again, and Mulan resolutely returned to the battlefield. Martial Arts lovers catch Mulan Unparallel, Saturday at 5pm on KIX, Ch 114, available on Compact.


Superstar LeBron James and his young son, Dom, get trapped in digital space by a rogue AI. To get home safely, LeBron teams up with Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck and the rest of the Looney Tunes gang for a high-stakes basketball game against the AI’s digitized champions of the court — a powered-up roster called the Goon Squad. Tune in with the kids to watch Space Jam, this Saturday at 6am on Boomerang, Ch 302, available on Family.


Turn your home into a cinema by renting The Tax Collector and A Cinderella story on DStv Boxoffice. Press the green button on your Explora remote to rent Spiral, for GHC15 only each!


Hot Sports on DStv

Who will come out on top when Poirier and McGregor complete their trilogy this Sunday at 12am on SVariety 3.

Viewers on DStv can look forward to exclusive coverage of the final week of the Wimbledon Championships, live from the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club in London until Sunday 11 July 2021. 

After a frantic first week at SW19, Wimbledon was able to enjoy its traditional rest day this past Sunday, but the action will resume in earnest on Monday 5 July with Fourth Round matches in both the Men’s and Women’s Singles.

On the Women’s side, major attention will be focused on 18-year-old Emma Raducanu. The wild card entry is the only remaining British player in either singles tournament and will receive vociferous home support when she comes up against Australia’s Ajla Tomljanovic.

“It’s incredible. I’m so grateful for this wild card,” said Canadian-born Raducanu after upsetting world number 45 Sorana Cristea this past weekend. “Honestly, I just wanted to make the most out of it, try to show that I earned it, try to make the most out of it. I’m really grateful for the All England Club’s support in taking a chance on me.

“And the way that I’m approaching my matches is each time I’m thinking to myself, ‘Why not?’. Like today, I was like, ‘Someone has to be in the second week, why not me?’. I think that’s how I’m approaching it. I’m just trying to stay here as long as possible. As I said, I’m just having such a blast. Everything is so well taken care of that it’s such a pleasure to be here.”

 The Women’s Singles still has plenty of big names looming large, including top seeds Ashleigh Barty and Aryna Sabalenka, the exciting prospect Coco Gauff, a former champion in Angelique Kerber, and Tunisian Ons Jabeur, who stunned Garbine Muguruza on her Centre Court debut.

“This is the first time I play on Centre Court, and it’s amazing energy,” Jabeur said in her on-court interview. “I was a little bit nervous at the start. She plays unbelievable and I lost against her last time and this was kind of my revenge – in the nice way! In the difficult moments in the first set, I tried to stay calmer. I was more aggressive and trying to do more drop shots.”

On the Men’s side, heavy favourite Novak Djokovic dropped a set in his First-Round clash against wild card Jack Draper but has been immaculate ever since and will face Chile’s Cristian Garin, with a clash against Russian Andrey Rublev in the Quarterfinals looking likely.


Eight-time Wimbledon champion Roger Federer has also progressed into the Fourth Round and will look to continue his form with a clash against Italian Lorenzo Sonego. “I definitely feel like I’ve got into my rhythm now at this point,” Federer said after beating Cameron Norrie. “Sometimes I was still mistiming my shots a little bit, [but] for the most part, I was still trying to play on the front foot.”

No rival can compete with SuperSport’s coverage. Our viewers on DStv can see all their favourite tennis stars dominating courts across the world. Visit to subscribe or upgrade, and join in on the excitement. And while you’re on the move, you can stream matches on the DStv App.

Wimbledon Championships 2021 – Final week broadcast details

Wednesday 7 July

10:00: Day 9, Men’s Singles Quarterfinals – LIVE on SuperSport Grandstand and SuperSport Tennis

10:30: Day 9, Second Feed – LIVE on SuperSport Action

Thursday 8 July

11:55: Day 10, Women’s Singles Semifinals – LIVE on SuperSport Grandstand and SuperSport Tennis

10:30: Day 10, Second Feed – LIVE on SuperSport Action

Friday 9 July

11:55: Day 11, Men’s Singles Semifinals – LIVE on SuperSport Grandstand and SuperSport Tennis

10:30: Day 11, Second Feed – LIVE on SuperSport Action

Saturday 10 July

12:45: Day 12, Women’s Singles Final – LIVE on SuperSport Grandstand and SuperSport Tennis

16:00: Day 12, Men’s Doubles Final – LIVE on SuperSport Tennis

10:30: Day 12, Second Feed – LIVE on SuperSport Action

Sunday 11 July

12:45: Day 13, Men’s Singles Final – LIVE on SuperSport Grandstand and SuperSport Tennis

18:00: Day 13, Women’s Doubles Final – LIVE on SuperSport Tennis

10:30: Day 13, Second Feed – LIVE on SuperSport Action

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