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Presenter Profiles
SuperSport's enthusiastic team of presenters pride themselves on being experts in their fields and constantly work towards bettering their sporting general knowledge to give them the edge in the industry. Take a look at this page for interesting personal information on the team that makes up the face of SuperSport.
Mission Statement

To be the best and most successful provider of premium pay-television sports coverage across the continent of Africa.

Company Structure
SuperSport contributes its success to the seven departments which make up the company as well as the members of the management board who co-ordinate the functions of the company and the individual departments. Take a look at how the company is structured and learn about the proficient members on the management board..
Group Structure
SuperSport is the major funder and broadcast aggregator of sporting content across the African continent on the DStv platform. SuperSport’s holding company is MultiChoice and its ultimate parent company is Naspers, a broad-based multi-national media group.

Click here to learn more about how the group is structured.

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Tony Johnson
Interesting times ahead
Congratulations to Fiji for their second straight HSBC World Sevens Series title.

Dr Errol Sweeney
The Ref and Sir Alex
They say a picture paints a thousand words, and there’s another one that says there’s no smoke...

Neil Manthorp
No crisis after all?
How many times have we heard that cricket is “facing a crisis?” A lot.

Michael Todt
Open and shut
And so, last week we bade a not-so fond farewell to Muirfield as part of the Open rota.

Outside the Box
Amped to the Max
Eighteen years ago France were winning the football World Cup, the world wide web was in its...

Gavin Rich
Points to ponder from SA/Kiwi clashes
When the Lions smashed the Blues in Johannesburg this past weekend, it marked the end of the South...