Fondly known as ‘Kooks”, Kuhle Sonkosi has gone from being a teacher and 1st team rugby coach at Woodridge College in PE to an online creator sensation. His love for sports and making people laugh led to Kooks becoming a viral sensation with his sports commentary format videos – Washing The Dishes being one his most popular videos.

His use of real-life situations combined with sports commentary led to an incredible response from the public and celebs which resulted in a huge following.

His dream of working for SuperSport is now a reality on the SuperSport Schools platform as Coach Kooks.


Rob van Vuuren is a South African comedian, actor, presenter, theatre maker, and writer. He began his career in theatre, receiving award nominations for his roles in the productions Birdy and The Beauty Queen of Leenane.

Forming a comedy and creative duo with Louw Venter, Rob produced and played Twakkie in YouTube videos and in the sketch comedy series The Most Amazing Show.  He has directed a number of plays and won  the fifth series Of Strictly Come Dancing with his dance partner Mary Martin in 2008.

In that  same year he wrote and performed his first stand-up comedy show Rob van Vuuren is Rob van Vuuren. The winner of many awards and accolades,  Rob performed at Nelson Mandela’s 90th birthday party in Qunu and went on to co-host the first two seasons of SA’s Got Talent with Anele Mdoda.

Rob has starred in the crime comedy film Copposites, was part of the main cast of the 2020 Netflix crime drama Queen Sono  and played Russ Thorn in the 2021 Slumber Party Massacre.

2022 sees Rob bringing his Rob van Vuuren is Still Standing to the circuit and starring in the Netflix SA crime griping drama Ludik


Tatjana Schoenmaker, SA’s swimming sensation won the gold medal and set the world record in the 200-metre breaststroke and won the silver medal in the 100-metre breaststroke at the 2020 Olympic Games. She is the world record holder in the long course 200-metre breaststroke.

After raking in multiple medals as a teenager at the 2015 African Games, she went on to reach the podium again at the 2017 World Student Games. Reaffirming her talent in the 2018 season, at the age of 20, the breaststroke specialist became the first SA woman in eight years to earn a medal in the pool at the Commonwealth Games by securing the 100m and 200m titles at the 2018 spectacle on Australia’s Gold Coast. Tatjana went on to shine again later in the 2018 campaign, breaking the long-standing national 50m and 100m breaststroke records at the SA Short-Course Championships in Durban.

The following year at the World Student Games in Naples. Tatjana set  an African record in the 100m semi-finals, touching the wall in 1:06:32and went on to win gold in both the 100m and 200m breaststroke finals. Later that season she made history by becoming the first South African woman to earn a medal at the biennial Fina World Championships in Gwangju. She clocked an African record of 2:21.79 in the 200m semi-finals and won a silver medal in the finals.

Tatjana has developed into one of the country’s biggest stars in the pool as she continues her rapid rise at international level.