Kass Naidoo on the Ryan O'Connor Breakfast Show

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There are very few people that's done as much for women's sport in South Africa than Kass Naidoo. As a cricket commentator and founder of gsport4girls, Kass has been a pioneer and role model for the sporting world for decades, and is still going strong. She joined the Ryan O'Connor Breakfast Show to talk about the Momentum gsport Awards and how Cape Town has become a hub for women's sport in the country.
2 Jun 2023 2AM English South Africa Comedy Interviews

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