The Drive Thru

KAYA 959  |  Podcast , ±10 min episodes every 2 weeks  | 
Join Mosibodi Whitehead and Sandile van Heerden on The DriveThru! It’s all about great music, light-hearted fun conversations on sport as well as the lifestyle of sport as we look ahead to the weekend. Hip-hop, Kwaito and House drive the musical engine of the show as we get you ready for the weekend.

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Football Player Reneilwe Letsholonyane

Reneilwe Letsholonyane Talks to Sandile about Apple Music’s “Music That Moves Me” campaign launches today, offering a sneak peek at the music that fuels the fire of our most decorated sports personalities and the artists that provide the ultimate motivation for our premiere sports stars.

Mzansi’s top sports personalities have curated exclusive playlists featuring their favourite tracks for training, pre-match inspiration and post-match celebration.

“Music That Moves Me” includes exclusive playlists from lauded cricketer and 3-times ICC ODI Player of the Year, AB de Villiers; beloved Springbok winger and Rugby World Cup winner, Makazole Mapimpi; Olympic gold medal swimmer, Chad le Clos; Proteas Netball player, Karla Pretorius; former Bafana Bafana and TS Galaxy soccer midfielder, Reneilwe “Yeye” Letsholonyane; Proteas cricket vice-captain, Temba Bavuma and choreographer and fit-fluencer, Nkateko “Takkies” Dinwiddy.

Kyle Timm speaks to The Drive Thru about life of a black foreigner in the USA

Former PSL player Kyle Timm has turned his attention to coaching in the USA. The former Silver Stars and Bidvest Wits player spoke to Sandile van Heerden about life and work as a black foreigner in America. The USA system is being challenged by the black community, who have had enough of being victims based on the colour of their skin.

Sandile van Heerden and Mosibodi Whitehead spoke to Thulani Sibisi

Thulani Sibisi is a champion for many reasons; he won the 1986 Two Oceans and survived stage 3 prostate cancer and lived to tell the tale. He is know a cancer activist and has partnered with the Prostate Cancer Foundation to spread the message about the importance of knowing one’s status. Sibisi says Afropolitan men must go for an annual prostate cancer test in order to avoid being a victim of the silent killer. Sandile van Heerden and Mosibodi Whitehead spoke to him on the sidelines of the Hollard #DaredevilRun2020 which brings together thousands of men for a 5km run in purple speedos to raise awareness for prostate and testicular cancer.

Hollard’s Chief Marketing Officer Heidi Brauer

Hollard’s Chief Marketing Officer Heidi Brauer talks to Sandile van Heerden and Mosibodi Whitehead on The Drive Thru after the 2020 Daredevil Run explaining why they partnered with the Prostate Cancer Foundation and sponsored the 5km run which is aimed at raising awareness for prostate and testicular cancer.

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