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George Harper Jr, Fani Madida, Matshelane Mamabolo and Stephen Mokoka

England and New Zealand had their rugby world cup games cancelled against France and Italy respectively because of super typhoon Hagibis that is expected to hit near Tokyo at the weekend. We spoke to New Zealand Freelance Sports Reporter George Harper Jr who is in Japan.
We also spoke to South African football legend Fani Madida ahead of his fund raising event on Saturday where he will be auctioning some of his jerseys with proceeds going towards upgrading sports facilities in Newcastle.
We found more about the inaugural Fat Cats Athletic Club’s 10km race that will be taking place at Mall of Africa in Waterfall Park on Sunday. Fat Cats Vice-President Matshelane Mamabolo was our guest.
On Tuesday we did a wrap of World Athletics Championships where South Africa failed to medal and we spoke to Stephen Mokoka who finished 5th in the 42.2km race.

Bongani Magasela, Boxing fundi Ace Sidinile and Namhla Matandabuzo

Bongani Magasela spoke to us about to expect on TKO boxing show on SABC 2. Boxing fundi Ace Sidinile was our guest as we looked at the process of being nominated into the boxing hall of fame. We also got an update from Namhla Matandabuzo on the gala dinner of boxing legend Vuyani Bungu who has been nominated to be inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame. Uyanda Nogogo’s camp have threaten to take legal action if they don’t look into the complaint of their boxer who lost his fight against Junior Makondo despite beating the count after being knocked down.

Springbok scrumhalf Bolla Conradie, Khotso Mokoena, Bradley Grobler and Floyd Mbele

We spoke to former Springbok scrumhalf Bolla Conradie after South Africa beat Canada to qualify for the quarterfinals. We will also did a wrap of the world athletics championships after Team SA returned home without a medal, Olympic Long Jump silver medallist Khotso Mokoena was our guest.
We also caught up with Bafana Bafana striker Bradley Grobler ahead of the international friendly against Mali in Port Elizabeth at Nelson Mandela Bay stadium. Orlando Pirates Football Administrator Floyd Mbele was our guest we remembered the late Pirates great City Radebe.

Flashback Friday: Naas Botha

It’s Flashback Friday where celebrate our sporting icons from years gone by and we reflected on the career of a living legend when it comes to South African Rugby in Naas Botha – he was arguably South African Rugby’s biggest star before the don of our democracy – he was voted South African Rugby Player of the Year in 1979, 1981, 1985 and 1987.

Azinga’s trainer Colin Nathan and Rumble Africa Promotions CEO Nomfesane Nyathela, Tsholo Lejaka and Emmanuel Mutavhatsi

The Orient Theatre was stunned into silence as Azinga Fuzile suffered an eighth round knockout to Shavkat Rakhimov in a IBF world lightweight title elimination bout in East London on Sunday. Controversy reigned after a video footage surfed showing Rakhimov’s camp putting what looked like a banned substance called “Smelling Salts”.

We spoke to Azinga’s trainer Colin Nathan and Rumble Africa Promotions CEO Nomfesane Nyathela after they lodged a complaint with the IBF. We also spoke to Boxing SA CEO Tsholo Lejaka on their protest.

We also spoke to Emmanuel Mutavhatsindi on the upcoming tournament in Malamulele in Giyani.

Witbank Spurs Chairman Themba Mafu

Bafana Bafana International Percy Tau made his debut in UEFA Champions League group stage against Real Madrid and we spoke to Witbank Spurs Chairman Themba Mafu who discovered the striker.

Mbuso Sithole and Norman Mphake

Mbuso Sithole who is a Manager at FootGolf South Africa and Executive Director at FootGolf South Africa Norman Mphake were in studio as we got more background into FootGolf.

Bulls coach Pine Pienaar, van Zyl and Ari Soladatos

Springboks crushed Namibia 57-3 in their second game of the rugby world cup and we looked back on the game with Bulls coach Pine Pienaar. We also reflected on what has been a rather disappointing showing from a South African point of view at the World Athletics Championships in Doha with LJ van Zyl.
There’s growing concern among football fans over the officiating in the Absa Premiership far this season and we spoke to Ari Soladatos who is the Chairman of Referee Appointments at SAFA.

Flashback Friday: Tornado” Kekana

It’s Flashback Friday where we celebrate our sporting icons and we hosted yet another special guest in Phillip “Township Tornado” Kekana who hails from Diepkloof in Soweto and the first black South African racing driver to win the SA Car Production Championship in 2002 and Our guest was also a stunt driver for Idris Elba in the movie Long Walk to Freedom.

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