Anrune Weyers is a South African para-athlete. She took up athletics in 2010. Weyers was born with a congenital defect in her left arm and competes in the T47 disability class. At the 2011 IPC Athletics World Championships she came second in the 400 m and sixth in the 200 m. In 2012, she won two medals at the London Paralympics, namely silver in the 400 m and bronze in the 200 m. Later that year these medals were stolen while she was travelling from George airport in the Western Cape. At the 2013 IPC World Championships she came second in both the 200 m and the 400 m.

At the 2015 IPC World Championships, she won the 400 m, and at the 2016 Rio Paralympics she won silver in both the 200 m and 400 m. Weyers won gold in the silver in the 200 m and bronze in the 100 m at the 2019 World Para Athletics Championships in Dubai, and set the world record of 55.60 s for the 400 m at the Flanders Cup in Huizengin, Belgium in August 2019.

Weyers won gold in the 400 m T47 in Tokyo in 2021 (her third Paralympics) in a season’s best time of 56.05 s.


Celeste Ntuli  is a South African comedian and actress. She is popularly referred to as the queen of the Zulu comedy and she is known for being the first local female comic to record a one woman show DVD

Ntuli was born in Empangeni where she had her primary and high school education. She is the sixth child of eight.  Her family relocated to Durban, and there she studied entertainment technology at Durban University of Technology. In 2005, she performed her first comedy show in a church in Durban. She was a finalist on season 2 of SABC 1’s So You Think You’re Funny competition in 2009. She began her professional career in comedy in 2010. Currently, she is known for being the first comedian to record a one-woman show DVD entitled Seriously, Celeste. She has performed in top Comedy Shows including Blacks Only comedy showcase 2010 and 2012, SA Comic’s Choice Awards 2012 and the first Stand Up Zulu comedy show at the Durban Playhouse, in 2011 She won Golden Horn Award for Best Supporting Actress in a TV Soap, SATMA in 2014  In 2018, she and Skhumba Hlophe had the most nominations for the eighth annual Comics’ Choice Awards  She won the Flying Solo Award as well as the Comedy G Award of the 2019 Savanna Comics’ Choice Awards.


Aphelele Fassi is one of the grooviest prospects to have emerged on the scene over the past couple of seasons. A schoolboy idol at Dale College, Fassi wasted little time to force his way into the Cell C Sharks Currie Cup mix in 2018, ran in a try on debut and earned his first Premier Division winners’ medal at age 20.

A natural footballer, Fassi is deceptively quick and agile for his 1.90m frame, boasts a super silky skillset and has a rapidly improving kicking game.

Like Cheslin Kolbe and Rosko Specman, Aphelele Fassi has the ability to turn defence into attack. That’s why he has South Africa fans so excited.



SuperSport United with Tsitsi Chiumya

Aphelele Fassi end of year tour

Anruné Weyers journey to being an athlete

Celeste Ntuli interaction with Marc Lottering

Aphelele Fassi going back to Dale

Anruné Weyers taking a break from athletics

Celeste Ntuli taking time off from television

Anruné Weyers winning in Tokyo

Celeste Ntuli the love of comedy

Marc Lottering being back with audiences

Marc Lottering interview in his underwear