Thando Mpembe

Thando Mpembe

Sports Writer

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1. Favourite Football Team


2. Favourite Coach

Arsène Wenger

3. Favourite Tennis Player

Rafael Nadal

4. Favourite Grand Slam


5. Favourite Sporting Memory

2010 FIFA World Cup hosted in South Africa

6. Favourite Rugby Player

Makazole Mapimpi

Thando Mpembe is a dynamic sports reporter, where the thrill of the game meets the art of storytelling. With over five years of experience in the journalism industry and an honours degree, Thando has successfully fused a passion for entertainment with an undying love for sports.

Favourite quote

"The only moment of possible happiness is the present. The past gives regrets. And future uncertainties," - Arsène Wenger

Latest Articles by Thando Mpembe

Shaun Maswanganyi Reflects on Legendary Carl Lewis's Guidance After Breaking Indoor Sprint Record


Shaun Maswanganyi Reflects on Legendary Carl Lewis's Guidance After Breaking Indoor Sprint Record

South African sprinter Shaun Maswanganyi reflects on the invaluable mentorship of legendary coach Carl Lewis after setting a new indoor sprint record in Texas. Discover how their unique relationship has fueled his success and his preparations for the 2024 Olympic Games.

Thando Mpembe


Thando Mpembe

Previously an entertainment writer, Thando brings a unique flair to sports journalism, blending the excitement of the field with the glamour of showbiz. This rich background in entertainment writing adds a vibrant, engaging touch to every article, making sports stories not just informative but irresistibly entertaining.

On and off the pitch, Thando’s dedication to sports is unparalleled. Whether it’s covering the latest match highlights. Diving into player profiles, or breaking down game strategies, she delivers content that’s as exciting to read as the games are to watch.

Thando is all about capturing the heart-pounding moments, the behind-the-scenes drama, and the sheer joy that sports brings to the world. From football to basketball, every piece is crafted with pure passion and the need to go beneath the surface.