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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.

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.

Still In Touch - Jacob Sakala Pt 2: He Forgot To Kill Himself

In this episode of Still In Touch, we continue the re-enactment of our conversation with former Black Leopards and Dynamos coach Jacob Sakala who shares an insane story about the time he recruited amateur players to beat Cape Town Spurs in a professional match. Sakala also tells of how he saved a man from committing suicide.

My Story - Gift Motupa Affirms Wits Title Intentions & Picks His PSL Top Five

In this episode, the Capitec My Story competition winner, Freeman Maluleka has his questions answered by Bafana Bafana and Clever boys striker Gift Motupa. The forward talks up Wits’ title chances and also picks his favourite players in the PSL.

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Still In Touch - Jacob Sakala On Violent Club Owners & Working Without A Salary

In this episode of Still In Touch: We re-enact a conversation with former Dynamos and Black Leopards coach Jacob Sakala who reveals one incident where a club owner promised him a beating if he lost a match – an incident that had a happy ending. Sakala also relates a story where he refused to accept a prepared starting line-up by a popular music producer.

The Presser: Solinas Defends Selection & Tembo Delighted With Striker

In this episode of The Presser, Kaizer Chiefs coach Giovanni Solinas defends his selection of two defensive midfielders for their MTN8 loss to SuperSport United, whilst also giving an update on the fitness of Lebogang Manyama. SuperSport mentor Kaitano Tembo expresses his delight regarding Bradley Grobler’s goal-scoring exploits. We also hear from Roger De Sa and Muhsin Ertugral after their stalemate in an NFD clash.

Still In Touch - Sebola Pt 2: The Dirty Tricks In Africa

In this episode of Still in Touch; we continue with re-enactment of our conversation with former Pirates and Ria Stars Striker Andries Sebola, who reveals the dirty off field tactics employed by their CAF opponents - including the employment of prostitutes to distract the players. Sebola also shared a crazy moment where one of his teammates left the match at half-time unhappy because of his substitution.

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