UPDATE - 16 December, 14:53: M-Net has confirmed that the Miss Universe 2018 broadcast will now also be shown live and simulcast on VUZU (DStv 116) at 02:00 on Monday, 17 December.
We begged and pleaded and can finally share the good news!— Miss South Africa (@Official_MissSA) December 13, 2018
South Africa, show your support for Tamaryn Green on the @MissUniverse stage by watching @vuzutv at 2 am on the 17th of December. #TamarynForMissUniverse pic.twitter.com/0MeXBcniS0
Johannesburg - 1Magic will broadcast the Miss Universe pageant and here's everything you need to know.
South African's wanting to watch the 67th Miss Universe pageant can do so by tuning into 1Magic (DStv 103) at 02:00 on Monday.
The pageant will be taking place in Thailand, with Miss SA, Tamaryn Green, going up against 94 contestants from around the globe for the coveted title of Miss Universe.
Former Miss South Africa Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters, who is already spending some time in Thailand ahead of the pageant, will crown her successor on the night.
A tweet from the official Miss South Africa page on Thursday reads: "This one is for the early risers. Make sure that coffee is strong and your cheers are loud as we prepare to watch @TamarynGreen take the @MissUniverse stage on @1MagicTV channel 103!"
SEE THE TWEET HERE: