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We got an update from Ashwin Willemse's lawyer Nqobizitha Mlilo after it was confirmed that the SA Human Rights Commission will take over his case against SuperSport. We also received some promising news about the health of Phil Masinga from Buddha Mathathe. SABC Sport reporter Lethabo Kganyago gave us details of what happened at Baroka FC trophy parade. Department of Sport and Recreation spokesperson Vuyo Mhaga talked to us about their ministry's stand on SA hosting 2019 Afcon. Lastly we caught up with Kagiso Rabada of Jozi Stars.
We opened the show by catching up with CT Blitz batsman Quinton de Kock ahead of the finals on Sunday. We also discussed Black Leopards boss David Thidiela’s letter to SAFA about the NSL with City Press Sports Editor Sbu Mseleku. Our flash back Friday guest was former Springbok lock Bakkies Botha.
We caught up with Springboks and Lions winger Aphiwe Dyantyi after a great 2018 he's had. We then looked at the appointment of Pote Human as Blue Bulls head coach with Vata Ngobeni. We also discussed the Ministerial Committee of Inquiry into the governance of SASCOC that was released last week - Former Sports Administrator Dr Ali Bacher was our guest. For Business of Sport we were join by Netball SA president Cecilia Molokwane, talking about South Africa's bid to host the 2023 Netball World cup.
We caught up with ABU cruiserweight Champion Thabiso Mchunu after his title victory against Thomas Oosthuizen. We also paid tribute to former SA flyweight Gabula Vabaza who passe away in East London on Wednesday night. His aunt Siya Vabaza - Booi joined us. Our main guest was legendary boxer Welcome Ncita, joining us from our SABC Studios in Bisho.
Yaruv Premlall, Raakesh Premlall, Neo Momodu, Mr Khurishi Mpahlele, Mluleki Ntsabo and Reggie Ndlovu
Tonight we opened the show with 15-year-old Yaruv Premlall, who became the youngest Golfer to compete at the SA Open. His father Raakesh Premlall also joined us. We also heard from SABC Spokesperson Neo Momodu about the PSL matches broadcast rights for Radio. Baroka FC chairman Mr Khurishi Mpahlele and SABC Commntator Mluleki Ntsabo also joined us on the show. SABC Sport Commentator Reggie Ndlovu joined us to talk about his full match commentary in the 2018 Telkom Knock-out final.
Tonight we opened the show with your reaction, following Kaizer Chiefs firing their coach and assistant coach. SABC Sport senior reporter Velile Mnyandu helped us look at these breaking news. Marc Strydom joined us to discuss the PSL matches blackout on SABC radio stations. On our flash back friday feature we were joined by former Bafana Bafana defender Nasief Morris
We looked at the bizarre story of Team SA having to sleep on the floor because of logistical issues in Botswana where the team will take part in the 2018 Region V Games. We spoke to Team SA’s Chef de Mission Isaac Mdaka. We also heard from the Mayor of Johannesburg Herman Mashaba about the positive aspects of the South African Open coming to Johannesburg. The Soweto Country Club will become the official legacy project, we spoke to manager Bongi Mokaba. We also put a sportlight on disability sport, Reinhardt Hamman joined us.
We continued with our Boxing Wednesday theme. Tonight we reviewed the Fury vs Wilder heavy weight match with WBF President Howard Goldberg. We were also joined by Boxing South Africa CEO Tsholo Lejaka to clarify the issue of two tournaments being cancelled and one reinstated within hours. Lastly we were joined by Damien Durandt, the late legendary boxing trainer Nick Durandt’ son
Tonight we opened the show with an update on former Springbok hooker Naka' Drotske’s health. He was shot three times during a robbery at his house last week. His brother Tinus Droske joined us. We also looked at South Africa hosting the 2019 AFCON, following the approach by CAF to step in as host, replacing Cameroon. We were joined by SAFA CEO Russell Paul, Sports Editor at Gana Soccer net Nuhu Adams and Independent Economist Ndumiso Hadebe.
We opened the show with an update from SAPS Captain Kay Makhubela on the disturbing story that surfaced today of former Springbok hooker Naka Drotske who was shot three times on Thursday night. We also caught up with SuperSport United midfielder Reneilwe Letsholonyane ahead of the Tshwane derby. Our flash back Friday guest was former South African long-distance runner Hezekiel Sepeng
Business of Sport feature, Kelvin Watt, Brenda Mopeli, Njabulo Ngidi, Joachim Walltin and Solly Moeng.
Business of Sport feature: We looked at the Business Of Sport & tonight we talked about the historical factors of pay disparities between Banyana Banyana & their male counterparts. Director of Nielson Sports in Africa & the MiddleEast Kelvin Watt joined us. Also joining the conversation was Sasol SA brand Specialist Brenda Mopeli, Njabulo Ngidi, Norway players' Association President Joachim Walltin and Solly Moeng.
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