Author - Thomas Kwenaite

Banyana Banyana search for World Cup berth in Morocco

By Andile Dladla & Mandla Dladla Banyana Banyana head coach Desiree Ellis is under no illusion about the heavy task that awaits South Africa at the African Women Cup of Nations tournament that gets underway in Morocco from July 2. South Africa has been paired with their perennial nemesis Nigeria with debutants Buundi and Botswana in...

Hlongwane looking to come good against Atlas Lions

By Andile Dladla & Mandla Dladla Bongokuhle Hlongwane has opened up to the local media about his four month stay so far in the USA after joining up with the rest of the Bafana Bafana squad that will face Morocco in the opening Group K match of the 2023 Cote d’Ivoire African Nations Cup tournament. “Everything...

Naturena send 10111 distress call to Zwane

I am acutely aware that I am senile and while trying to lift my creaking knees off my rocking chair to pay a visit to the bathroom, I heard someone on the radio announce that Kaizer Chiefs have appointed a new coach, or have I imagined it? Hell, old age can be cumbersome on certain...

Cricket is alive and thriving in eSwatini

By Andile and Mandla Dladla The Kingdom of Eswatini prides itself in their adherence to developing and nurturing kids from an early age so they develop to become some of the country's best sports personalities. So it is no surprise that Eswatini Cricket Association (ECA) Operations Manager Mandla Dlamini is working hard to try and make...

Cycling is one of the fastest growing sport in Africa

By Andile & Mandla Dladla Cycling has become one of the biggest and fastest growing sport particularly in Europe although Africa is also slowly catching up and introducing measures to try and grow the sport and take it to the highest level. Moosa Patel of the Lenasia Cycling Club is one brave and courageous individual who...

Shades of Welcome Ncita visible in Malajika

By Andile and Mandla Dladla South African boxing appears to be currently in intensive care unit with the sport in desperate need of a life-saving operation to keep it alive even though between 1927 and 2001, 35 South African fighters won a total of 49 world boxing titles. The number of South African champions peaked...