Join Laureus Sport For Good
for a conversation
As a supporter of Laureus Sport for Good SA, we invite you to join us for a series of virtual conversations with Laureus Ambassadors, programmes and partners.
We invite you to join us as we chat all things sport, you can expect to expand your knowledge, have some fun, and if you lucky hear some never before heard stories!
Wednesday 14 October 7pm – 8pm:
British & Irish Lions Tour Conversation
Join international rugby legends as they talk all things rugby with a focus on the 2021 Lions Tour.
Featuring MC Jean De Villiers, with John Robbie, Schalk Burger and Bryan Habana – Lions Player Bongiwe Nhleko and England legend Nolli Waterman.
Programmes: School of Hard Knocks and Coolplay.
Wednesday 21 October 7pm-8pm:
2021 Olympics & Paralympics Conversation
Join a host of South African Olympic medallists talking about their experiences and projections for 2021.
Featuring MC Elana Afrika with South African Olympic athletes Elana Meyer & Natalie Du Toit; Great Britain Paralympian Andy Barrow, and a cameo appearance from current star Akani Simbine.
Programmes: Skateistan and Living Legends.
Wednesday 28 October 7pm-8pm:
Talking All Things Football
Join Laureus Ambassador, Mercedes Benz friend of the brand, and the nicest guy we know – Maps Maponyane as he chats with two SA soccer legends.
Featuring Desire Ellis former Banyana Banyana player and current coach of the team and retired Bafana Bafana Captain Dean Furman, now based in London, his career spanning over a decade and 2 continents.
Programmes: Cedric Nukeri from Grassroot Soccer.
Wednesday 4 November 7pm-8pm:
Pro Cycling Discussion with Team NTT
Join MC Jean Smyth as he chats to Team NTT Principal Doug Ryder, and members of his team. Team NTT have had a challenging season with the confirmation that NTT won’t be extending their sponsorship post this season, Doug Ryder, never one to mince his words will have a frank discussion on their plans moving forward, and the challenges of running a pro cycling team.
Programmes: LIV Village.