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We spoke to Katrina Karkazis who has previously testified as an expert witness in the Caster Semenya case, amid reports that the IAAF wants the women’s Olympic 800m champion to be classified as a biological male. For business of Sport we were joined in studio by Blue Bulls CEO Alfonso Meyer and Marketing/Communications Manager Shanil Mangaroo. We also looked at the SA teams chances ahead of the start of the 2019 Super Rugby season with Simnikiwe Xabanisa.
We talked about a disturbing story that was uncovered by Special Assignment investigators where football coaches run fake soccer academies and shockingly molest young boys. Special assignment producer Siphiwe Linda joined us to unpack their findings. We also discussed the issue of racial abuse at Rugby matches. SARU was taken to the SA Human Rights Commission on Monday after a group of black Springboks fans was allegedly racially abused during a match against the All Blacks, advocate Lunga Siyo joined us.
Boxing Wednesday: We caught up with SA boxing legend Phillip 'The Time Bomb' Ndou, to find out what he's up to nowadays. We also looked at the current state of boxing in the province of Limpopo and we spoke to boxing promoter Phathutshedzo “Champ” Dongola.
We heard from Amiens and Bafana Bafana midfielder Bongani Zungu following time on the sidelines due to a knee injury and he also clarified his controversial tweets coach Pitso Mosimane. For careers in sport, we spoke to South African professional darts player Devon Petersen.
We opened the by chatting to Proteas women leg spinner Sune Luus and Proteas men debutant Lutho Sipamla, following their respective victories over the weekend. We then caught up with Mamelodi Sundowns new striker Emiliano Tade. Kickoff digital editor Tshepang Mailwane helped us look at the SA teams in the champions league.
Flash Back Friday; We we're joined live in studio by former Cricket South Africa administrator Dr Ali Bacher. Former SA Minister of Sport Ngconde Balfour also joined briefly on the line.
We opened the show with sad news of the day after Kaizer Chiefs confirmed that midfielder Wiseman Meyiwa’s promising career has to come to an end due to injuries sustained in a car accident last year. We spoke to Chiefs team doctor Hashendra Ramjee and Vina Maphosa. For business of sport we invited the South African Football Players Union to talk about the initative they have with Standard Bank that is aimed at improving the life skills and financial literacy of footballers in South Africa and we will joined in studio by SAFPU President Thulaganyo Gaoshubelwe. We will also hear from Rishern Pillay who is the Senior Manager Employer Value Banking at Standard Bank.
Boxing Wednesdays - We opened the show Boxing SA's Director of Operations Cindy Nkomo to talk about the provincial managers vacancies. Rodney Berman and Terris Ntutu joined us to talk about the Super 4 Boxing tournament. We also hosted former 2 time IBF champion Mzonke Fana.
We caught up with SA road cyclist Daryl Impey following his victory down under. We also spoke to Pakistan head coach Mickey Arthur ahead of the final ODI against South Africa. We then hosted former Proteas spin bowler Paul Adams, live at our Cape Town studio.
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