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Percy Nkatlo, Buti Lerefolo and Giancarlo Ballossini

Supersport concluded and issued a statement on the Ashwin Willemse saga, SABC Sport Reporter Percy Nkatlo was at the press conference, he gave us the breakdown of what took place. We also discussed the state football Academies in the country with Buti Lerefolo from the Transnet School of Excellence as well as Giancarlo Ballossini from Supersport United Youth Academy.

Shina Oludare, David Elleray and Mandla Shoes Mazibuko

We opened the show with reaction from Nigerians, following their 1st loss against Croatia. Shina Oludare – Chief Football Editor for Goal Nigeria joined to share his views. We also crossed to Mexico where David Elleray – Former English FA Referee and one of the VAR pioneers, is currently holding Training for VAR refs. Lastly Mandla Shoes Mazibuko – President of SA Schools Football Association joined us to chat about schools football.

Mo Allie, Kaizer Kganyago, Lungile Ntuli and Sifiso Mtsweni

We opened the show with the 2018 WC first match wrap with Mo Allie. SABC, for the first time enable the Khoi and San communities the opportunity to have the World Cup matches broadcast in the! Xun and Khwe dialect on XK-FM. SABC Spokesperson Kaizer Kganyago joined us to tell us more about this ground breaking move. Our Rising Star of the day was Lungile Ntuli, SA junior Tennis Star. We also heard there NYDA about what they are doing for youth sport development, NYDA National Chairperson Sifiso Mtsweni

Laura Wolvaardt and Kwanda Mokoena

We paid tribute to slain Wrestling Star Kleinjan Combrinck. We also continue celebrating Youth Month, as we profile Mzansi’s rising stars. 19-year-old Protease women’s opener Laura Wolvaardt and 14-year-old SA Racing Champion Kwanda Mokoena were our guests.

Alexandra Morozova, Aleck Skhosana, Cheryl Winn and Zamokuhle Nxasana

There is still no clarity over the storm that surrounds unpaid Comrades Marathon athlete Alexandra Morozova. Athletics South Africa President Aleck Skhosana and Comrades Marathon Association Chairperson Cheryl Winn joined us to shed some light into the this. We also continued with our Rising Sport Star them, in Celebration of Youth Month. 14-year-old Golf sensation Zamokuhle Nxasana joined us

Ann Ashworth and Sphe Mdlalose

2018 Comrades Marathon Women Champion Ann Ashworth joined to celebrate her triumph. We also heard from the runners who took part at the race on Sunday. Lastly we crossed over to the UK to chat to 19-year-old SA born midfielder Sphe Mdlalose – Plying his trade for Southampton, as we celebrate youth month.

Proff Melville Saayman and Sihle Zikalala

The Business of Comrades Marathon. The Mega Sporting event is reported to be generating over R350 million in revenue for the City of Durban. Proff Melville Saayman - North West University Director of research joined us to share his findings. Sihle Zikalala - MEC For Economic Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs – KZN also came on to tell us how they manage to host such a financially successful Sporting event as the Province.

Rowyn James

Careers in Sport: Comrades Marathon Director Rowyn James. He’s been responsible for putting together of the best sporting events in the country, he came on to tell us what it takes and how he does it.

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