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Joy Greyvenstein, Mava Malla and Loyiso Mtya

Part Three of our Freedom day build-up, We spoke to a devout boxing fan Joy Greyvenstein who has been honoured by Boxing SA for her passion for the sport. The boxing community call her MamCirha and she will tells us what attracted her to boxing. We also highlighted the contribution made by legendary Boxing Administrator Mr Les Muller. Muller's protégé Mava Malla and boxing trainer Loyiso Mtya paid tribute.
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Blanche Moila, Danny Jordaan and Vusi "Computer" Lamola

We spoke to Blanche Moila (Queen of the Road) who made history in 1984 when she became the first black female athlete to be awarded Springbok Colours. SAFA President Danny Jordaan talked to us about SA being re-admitted back into international football. We also spoke to the great Vusi "Computer" Lamola about the SA Black eleven team that beat Argentina at Rand Stadium in 1976.
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Ngconde Balfour and Mayihlome Tshwete

We spoke to Former SA Sports Minister Ngconde Balfour about SA Sport pre and post 1994 elections, unification talks, transformation and quota systems as part of our freedom day build up. Also joining the conversation was Mayihlome Tshwete to reflect on the role his father Steve Tshwete played in sport. The struggle icon is SA’s first sports minister in a democratic state.
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Rodney Maharaj. #FlashbackFriday : Andrew Kelehe

We spoke to Two Oceans Chairman Rodney Maharaj about potential threats which led to route change ahead of the race. Our Flash back Friday guest was long distance running legend and 2001 Comrades Marathon winner Andrew Kelehe.
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Linda Zondi and Lungani Zama

For part two of our build-up to the 2019 Cricket World Cup, we were joined in studio by Proteas' convenor of selectors Linda Zondi after SA squad was announced on Thursday afternoon. Lungani Zama - Freelance journalist and regular contributor for New Frame also joined the conversation.
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Mla Tengimfene, Bongani Magasela, Luis Tapia and Michael Benson

We caught up with Zolani "Last Born" Tete 's team as he's being trained by Floyd Mayweather Snr ahead of his fight against Nonito Donaire next weekend. His manager Mla Tengimfene spoke to us. Bongani Magasela - Senior Sports Writer for Times Media Group also joined the conversation. We also previewed the Amir Khan vs Terence Crawford fight with US trainer and promoter Luis Tapia. TalkSport boxing editor Michael Benson talked to us about Jarrell “Big Baby” Miller testing positive for a banned substance.
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Debra Barnes, Tebogo Letsaba and Barney Kujane

We spoke to Two Oceans Marathon's Debra Barnes about the upcoming race and the fact that it might not be on SABC TV for the first time in 50 years. We got the latest on the Bloem Celtic fans that appeared in court for public violence from SABC Sport reporter Tebogo Letsaba. Bafana Bafana Team Manager Barney Kujane was our guest on Careers In Sport.
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Gerda Steyn, Nick Bester and James Kamte

We looked forward to the Two Oceans Marathon with the women's 2018 champion Gerda Steyn while we also got tips from Nick Bester on how to prepare for the race. We also reviewed The Masters with James Kamte who qualified for the U.S Open in 2009 where he played in a practice round alongside Tiger Woods.
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Rodney Maharaj, #FlashbackFriday: Andrew Kelehe

We spoke to Two Oceans Chairman Rodney Maharaj about potential threats which led to route change ahead of the race. Our Flash back Friday guest was long distance running legend and 2001 Comrades Marathon winner Andrew Kelehe.
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Ronel Pienaar, Dale Hayes and Allan Donald

We spoke to Free State Rugby Union spokesperson Ronel Pienaar after they've released a statement saying it's not true that a venue for the Nedbank Cup Final was not available. We will also looked at the The Masters with former South African professional golfer Dale Hayes. Proteas great Allan Donald joined us as we begin our countdown to the Cricket World Cup

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