The best bits from the world of sport with comment and conversation that is on point and off the cuff, presented by Buhle Madulini.
Fascinating Interview with Steve Komphela - Being a Man in the 21st Century
Mhlengi Gwala, an international elite triathlete, says he gets very emotional when he sees how far he has come. He was attacked by 3 men in 2018 who tried to saw off his legs.
Comrades Marathon Men’s winner Edward Mothibi says he’s excited to win the marathon. He thanked his wife for supporting him throughout preparations and during the race.
French Football legend and Champions league winner Thierry Henry tells Buhle Madulini what it’s like to play in a EUFA Champions league match final.
Legendary Zambian Footballer Kalusha Bwalya puts Liverpool’s win over Tottenham hotspur in the EUFA champions league final at the Wanda Metropolitano into perspective.
Joberg2c organizer Craig Wapnick spoke to Buhle Madulini about the cycle event and also looks ahead to 2020. Joberg2c is 900km, 9 day, 110% mountain bike adventure across four provinces in SA.
Cricket South Africa CEO Thabang Moroe says as things stand, the SABC will not broadcast the cricket world cup. Moroe also spoke about the world up campaign and preparations.
Mamelodi Sundowns captain Hlompho Kekana talks about the PSL season and how he keeps in shape.
Netball SA president Cecilia Molokwane says every sporting code can learn from each other. South Africa have named their squad for this year's Netball World Cup, which takes place in Liverpool from July 12 - 21.
Bafana Bafana Head Coach Stuart Baxter has admitted that he had a selection headache in compiling South Africa’s 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) squad. Baxter says it’s about maximizing their potential.
Food anthropologist, Anna Trapido's celebration of food in Gauteng... where to find it, and on occasion, how to make it.
Hiking expert, Tim Lundy guides listeners along some of the most breathtaking scenic paths and trails in Cape Town.
In this 7-part series, Sam Cowen shares the extraordinary tales of just a few remarkable South Africans who dared to chase their dreams.