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We spoke to former Springboks hooker Naka Drotské to find out how is he doing after he was shot twice during an attempted robbery in December last year. For business of Sport we spoke to ICASA's Palesa Kadi about the Sports Broadcasting draft regulations that say certain sports must be made available to free-to-air broadcasters. Media Monitor Director William Bird also joined the conversation.
We continued with our Boxing Wednesdays. We reviewed the Haney vs Ndongeni match with Sean Smith. Xolisani 'Nomeva' Ndongeni joined us live in studio to talk about his first professional loss. Boxing SA CEO Tsholo Lejaka also came on to talk to us about the 2019 Boxing Awards nominations.
We dedicated a big part of the show to the late Phil Masinga. Paying tribute were Leeds United Supporters Trust Vice-Chairman Robert Endeacott, Lucas Radebe, former Sundowns striker Raphael Chukwu. SA Masters and Legends Football Association President Buddha Mathathe also featured. We also caught with Proteas batsman and stand-in captain Dean Elgar.
we spoke to Netball SA coach Norma Plummer ahead of the Quad Series that starts on Sunday against Australia, England and New Zealand. The Australian Open gets underway on Monday and we previewed the tournament with Tennis Analyst Bruce Davidson. On our Flashback Friday feature where we celebrate our sporting heroes and we reflected on the illustrious career of Orlando Pirates and Bafana Bafana legend Hleman Mkhalele who was part of Bafana’s AFCON winning squad in 1996.
We spoke to Xolisani "Nomeva" Ndongeni who is in the US ahead of Friday’s fight against Devin "The Dream" Haney who is touted as the next Floyd Mayweather Jr. We also profiled Keegan Peterson who plays for the Knights after his superb double centuries against the Cape Cobras in the 4-Day Domestic Series where he scored 161 in his first innings and an unbeaten 165 in the second innings. We also caught up with Proteas Convener of selectors Linda Zondi ahead of third and final Test against Pakistan starting at the Wanderers tomorrow and we will also got his thoughts on the ODI squad that was announced to also take on Pakistan ahead of the world cup.
Former Boxing SA CEO Moffat Qithi who has won his case via the CCMA against BSA for unfair dismissal and addition Boxing SA must pay Qithi R4 million and we spoke to his lawyer Gugu Madlanga first. We also spoke to Moffat Qithi on the award for Boxing SA to reinstate him. Xolisani "Nomeva" Ndongeni is in the US ahead of Friday’s fight against Devin "The Dream" Haney who is touted as the next Floyd Mayweather Jr and we previewed the fight with Boxing Promoter Andile 'Ace' Sidinile. We also reflected on the world title fights of South Africans Hekkie Budler and Moruthi Mthalane who were both fighting in China on December 31 and our guest was Collin Nathan.
English football commentator Martin Taylor, Michael Abrahamson and legendary broadcaster Dumile Mateza
Today we asked what does it take to become a football commentator as part of our Careers in Sport feature every Tuesdays and renownedEnglish football commentator Martin Taylor shared with us his journey as well Michael Abrahamson who has covered the FIFA World Cup and the 2004 Athens Olympics amongst others. The legendary broadcaster Dumile Mateza was our guest as we asked whether our commentators are on the right track or not compared to their counterparts around the world.
We caught up with former Manchester United and Bafana Bafana midfielder Quinton Fortune as part of our #FlashbackFridays Feature.
: Our first stop was in Grahamstown where the News Years Cup is currently underway where the winner will walk away with R100 000 and we’ll speak to the tournament’s chairman Luyanda Papu. KwaMahlobo Games are celebrating 22 years this year and we caught up with the co-founder of the tournament Patrick Ntenjwa. La Liga have joined hands with both KwaMahlobo Games and New Years Cup we spoke about the business side of why they decided partner with these two games. We’ll speak to the Director of La Liga Africa Antonio Barradas. Mamelodi Sundowns and Bafana Bafana midfielder Sibusiso Vilakazi who is a product of the Discovery Walter Sisulu Soccer Challenge was our guest. Our last stop was in Tembisa where we spoke to the founder of the Philly’s Games Philly Mathebula who is celebrating the 27th anniversary of the games this year and the winner will pocket an amazing R200 000.
Boxing Wednesdays: We heard from SABC Sport Reporter Monwabisi Jimlongo, who was at the memorial service of Gabula "Slashing Tiger" Vabaza. We were also joined by IBF flyweight champion Moruti Mthalane ahead of his title defence on New Years Eve. Our main guest was WBF Lightweight champion Xolisani 'Nomeva' Ndongeni, he joined us live in Studio.
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