Win 4 x return tickets to Sout

Win 4 x return tickets to South Africa with kykNET International on ShowMax

Don’t spend this year’s Heritage Day on 24 September around the ‘barbeque’ with sub-par sausage on the grill while listening to your Aussie mate tell you how amazing Hugh Jackman is. Get the good stuff. That legit Grabouw wors. That Kameeldoring wood to get the braai on point while being surrounded by your loved ones. Forget the Pringles mate, it’s all about Simba chips here.

Win 4 x return tickets to Sout

Subscribe to kykNET International on ShowMax to stand a chance to win

To stand a chance to win four return tickets to South Africa, go to and sign up to kykNET International for US$8.99 per month and you’ll automatically be entered into the draw. Plus you also get a 7-day free trial to the service.

If you are an existing subscriber to kykNET International your name has already been entered. The competition runs from 10 March to 30 April 2016 and the winner will be announced in May. For more info on the competition click here.

What is ShowMax and kykNET International?

ShowMax is an Internet TV service and is the only place where South Africans living abroad can go to stream from over 12 000 episodes of the best Afrikaans TV shows and movies – exclusive to kykNET International on ShowMax.

With the ShowMax app you can download up to 25 shows on your Android or iOS device and keep them for 30 days so that you can take your favourite shows on the road with you.

In which countries is kykNET International available?

Viewers in the US, Canada, UK, Western Europe, Indonesia, Australia and New Zealand can get unlimited access to the entire kykNET International catalogue and sign up for the competition to win four return tickets to South Africa.

kyknet2And the content?

Discover award-winning new titles like Bloedbroers, Donkerland and Semi-soet, or revisit classics like Binnelanders and Molly en Wors.

For rugby fans in need of a fix, look out for drama series such as Getroud met Rugby and Toks en Tjops to give you the inside scoop on what’s happening in the game.

You can also introduce your kids to fantastic children’s shows in your mother tongue with Afrikaans classics like Tjiff & Tjaff.

Go to now for more.