We woke up to a new month of June, which is youth month in South Africa. It is a new lockdown level as the country starts with Alert Level 3 as per the government’s Covid-19 regulations. Most importantly, we will see a brand-new episode of Amakhosi amahle’s favourite monthly magazine show, KCTV.
The continued lack of football and sport action that the world is experiencing has not stopped the Club from producing exciting shows with memorable segments. This evening at 8pm on SuperSport 4, our supporters will feast their eyes with some riveting content that has been put together by the production team.
On the menu, we showcase the Club’s visit to the Eastern Cape’s town of Addo, where we partnered with San Miguel to conduct coaching clinics, talent identification and CSI initiatives for the young people in that part of the country just before the Covid-19 lockdown.
This month, our regular history feature which kicked off in January will look at the first five years of the previous decade. The segment is both educational and entertaining as it looks at the history, and the success on and off the field between 2010 and 2015.
As part of our 50th year celebrations, our former striker Kaizer Motaung Jnr caught up with former Liverpool striker John Barnes. He will reminisce on the game Liverpool legends played against Chiefs legends and other memorable highlights.
The Glamour Boys’ attacker Khama Billiat will follow the likes of Daniel Cardoso and Lee Baxter as he will be taking us through the deep and fun meanings behind his tattoos in the ‘My Ink’ segment of the show.
Do not miss out on this and more on South Africa’s leading sport & lifestyle show on SuperSport 4, DStv channel 204 this evening at 20:00.
If you miss it, keep your eyes peeled on our social media platforms to see the show’s repeat schedule later in the month.