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Flash Back Friday feature – Mr Thulani ‘Sugarboy’ Malinga – Former SA Boxer and WBC Super-middleweight Champion.
SABC spokesperson Ms Neo Momodu gave us their reply to SAFA's statement regarding the broadcast of Bafana Bafana matches. We went over to Russia and caught up with Zolani Tete's trainer Loyiso Mtya ahead of his WBO bantamweight title match against Mikhail Aloyan. Comrades Marathon race director Rowyn James joined us as We continue to follow up Stories that we’ve done on the show - Russia runner and former winner Alexandra Morozova is still owed her Prize money from 2017. For Business of Sport we were joined by Kenneth Neluvhalani and Machesa Kgomo from USSA.
We were joined by Head Coach of the Seychelles National Team, Gavin Jeanne, ahead of the two AFCON 2019 Qualifiers against Bafana Bafana, Seychelles News Agency Sports Journalist Betymie Bonnelome also joined us. We also spoke to Errol Madlala about their We Are Legends 4 Kids initiative to find out how kids can be part of the action at FNB stadium when Bafana face Seychelles on Saturday. We wrapped up by revisiting one of the stories we covered on the show - where suburban school in PE which refused to play matches in the township, Dept of Education in the EC Media Liaison Mali Mtima and Cultural Competency Specialist Bathandwa Kwababa joined us.
Tonight we were joined by South African former cricketer who later became an umpire Shaun George for our Careers In sport feature. We also revisited that Xaba boxing tourney in East London that took place without purse monies being paid, boxer Gideon Buthelezi who’s still owed money joined us, SABC Sport Reporter Monwabisi Jimlongo also joined the conversation.
We looked at the Springboks loss to New Zealand with Jody Hendricks. We also spoke to the Proud members of the SA All Blacks Supporters Association, James Kruger and Heston Botha, about why they are still supporting New Zealand and why they do not support the Springboks. Finally we found out how security guard Sabela Maziba is doing, he suffered injuries during stadium attacks at Moses Mabhida stadium back in April.
Careers In Sport feature - We talked to a schools sports coach Gift Xaka to find out what it takes to become a schools sport coach. Is it a specialized field, what are the skills/requirements. We also went down to Auckland New Zealand to find out how they do things that side when it comes to schools sports development, Simone Spencer joined us. SA Institute for Drug Free Sport CEO Khalid Galant also joined us to talk about the use marijuana by professional Athletes. Lastly we crossed to Manchester to hear the latest in the Pogba vs Mourinho saga, Jim White gave us a low down.
Busy Monday it was. We opened the show with Cape Town City midfielder Thabo Nodada, following his side’s MTN 8 triumph and his first call up to the National Team. We also talked Proteas vs Zimbabwe with assistant coach Malibongwe Maketa. Rugby Writer Wynona Louw helped us look at the Springboks’ win over Australia, ahead of their New Zealand clash. Velile Mbuli joined us later to chat about Bafana Bafana squad and Danni Jordaan’s failed FIFA bid.
We checke up on two of our boxers who were involved in horrific incidents this year. Simpiwe Vetyela was hurt in a hit and run while Mzuvukile Magwaca was shot in a robbery at his home. We also talked about the role of agents in schools rugby, SARU Accredited Rugby Agent Mark Greeff and Former Springbok winger turned Player agent Akhona Ndungane were our guests.
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