The Islanders are going through a turbulent time and they will aim to shrug off their poor run under new skipper Dimuth Karunaratne.
As per schedule, both teams will begin their campaign with a two-match test series. The opening fixture is scheduled to begin from February 13 at the Kingsmead in Durban, which will be followed by the second test at the St George's Park in Port Elizabeth from February 21.
After that, the Islanders will take part in an ODI practice game at the Willowmoore Park in Benoni on February 28.
Then they will go head to head with South Africa in the five ODI matches scheduled between March 3, 2019 and March 16, 2019, with the first ODI set to be played at The Wanderers Stadium (Johannesburg) on March 3.
This will be followed by the second and third game in SuperSport Park (Centurion) and Kingsmead (Durban) on March 6 and 10 respectively.
The St George's Park (Port Elizabeth) will host fourth ODI on March 13, while the Newlands (Cape Town) will host the final ODI on March 16.
Before lying the curtains to the 2019 tour, both nations will clash in the three T20 International matches on 19, 22 and 24 March 2019 in Newlands (Cape Town), SuperSport Park (Centurion) and The Wanderers Stadium (Johannesburg) respectively.
Sri Lanka tour of South Africa 2019: Broadcast and Live Streaming
As per the official release on their website, Super Sports will broadcast all matches of this tour exclusively on its channel Super Sports 2 in the country. While Sony Pictures Network will telecast its live feed in Sri Lanka on Ten Cricket.
For viewers in India, Sony Pictures Network will broadcast all games with English Commentary on Sony Six and Sony Six HD. While they will also live stream all games in the subcontinent on their OTT platform Sony Liv.
While viewers from other locations can stream these games on Now TV and SuperSport Live app.
Meanwhile, Super Sports are guided to share their live feed with the other licensees around the world.
These broadcasters will telecast the tournament across various regions of the globe - Sky Sports Cricket - Red Button (UK), Willow TV (USA), OSN Sports (Middle East) and Fox Sports (Australia).