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11
NOV

My Story - Furman: "We Have To Be Fearless"

In this episode, the Capitec My Story winner Julian Mixon has his questions answered by Supersport United and Bafana Bafana player Dean Furman who fancies talks about Bafana’s chances of beating Nigeria. Furman also touches on Matsatsantsa’s tag as cup kings of South African football. Mlungu reveals the reason why he chose to represent Mzansi over England.
10
NOV

Doctor Khumalo On Soweto Giants Duo For Bafana & More

In this month’s Sit Down With Doc, brought to you by Sportpesa, the national team icon expresses his delight at Bafana Bafana’s recent drubbing of the Seychelles. Doc also weighs in on the Ntshangase and Mlambo debate regarding their future with the Bafana – revealing that the players are ready for national duty.

Doc also gives you his predictions for some of the biggest upcoming games.
29
OCT

Still in touch - Loke Dishes More Funny Blasts From The Past

In this episode of Still In Touch: we continue to re-enact a conversation with former Benoni Premier United midfielder Katleho Loke, who cracks us up with incredible stories from his time in Benoni and Jomo Cosmos. This throwback conversation gives us a window back to a glorious time in Mzansi Diski.
17
OCT

The Big Issue - SAFA Slams SABC

In this episode of the Big Issue, we go deep into the battle between SAFA and the SABC. We speak to both sides as we search for answers in a quest to find out if the public will continue to suffer as a result of the stand-off. We also get a word from the office of the Minister of Sport and Recreation to hear what they plan to do about the matter.
10
OCT

The Big Issue - Are Referees Conspiring Against Sundowns?

In this episode of the Big Issue, we take a deep dive into the topic of whether referees are gagging up against Mamelodi Sundowns. We speak to the people in charge of referee appointments and interrogate their thought-process and the systems they use to appoint officials for PSL games. Absa Premiership coaches also have their say on the matter, including their thoughts on the possible introduction of VAR to assist officials. Former PSL referees Charl Theron and Ace Ncobo also add their word on the topic.
08
OCT

Thembela Sikhakhane - I Was Good Enough To Play For Pirates

In this episode of The Big Interview, Amazulu defender Thembela Sikhakhane reflects on his time at Orlando Pirates, revealing his bemusement at not being given game time. The player also admits that Usuthu management should have done better to avoid the six-point deduction from FIFA. Will Amazulu be relegated to the NFD? Thembela says he is willing to put it all on the line to avoid the drop.
01
OCT

099 - Big Interview - Nthethe On Difficult Last Year At Downs & Chippa Coaching Changes

In this episode of the Big Interview, Chippa United and former Mamelodi Sundowns defender Thabo Nthethe opens up about his last year at Masandawana, revealing that he did not feel part of the league winning side. "Mr. Cool" also gives insight on how coach Eric Tinkler has made an impact at the Chilli Boys. The player signs off with a positive message to Siwelele fans by saying that he hopes the club can remain in Bloemfontein.
27
SEP

My Story - Lucky Lekgwathi Excited With Bucs On Top & Praises Vincent Pule

In this episode, the Capitec My Story Winner Batsirai Kativu has his questions answered by Orlando Pirates legend Lucky Lekgwathi who speaks on the Buccaneers title chances. Lekgwathi says players must not react negatively to being booed by the supporters. The former captain also picks his favourite Pirates player at the moment.

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18
SEP

Still In Touch - Patrick Mayo On Failing Muti Men & Stories From The Past

In this episode of Still In Touch, we re-enact a conversation with former Kaizer Chiefs and Bafana Bafana striker Patrick Mayo who relates a really hilarious tale of muti men from Swaziland who failed to help them get a win. Mayo also shares a few more funny tales about the likes of Wilfried Mugeyi, Victor Bondarenko and more.
14
SEP

Doc: Rotate Bafana Games To Other Provinces

In this month's Sit Down with Doctor Khumalo, brought to you by SportPesa, the Kaizer Chiefs legend shares his views on whether or not any of the Amakhosi new signings can replace Siphiwe Tshabalala at the club. Doc also touches on the poor crowd attendance at the Moses Mabhida during Bafana Bafana's encounter against Libya - suggesting that other venues could have been used.

Doc also gives you his predictions for some of the biggest upcoming games.

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