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Company Structure


SUPERSPORT INTERNATIONAL (Pty) Ltd

Management board:

Brandon Foot
Acting CEO; Head of Acquisitions & Legal

Practiced as a senior partner in a prominent firm of attorneys for many years, specialising in Litigation, Commercial and Sports Law. 

Was active in sports administration, serving as President of the Northerns Cricket Union, Chairman of the Nashua Titans, member of the General Council of the United Cricket Board of South Africa, Director of Cricket South Africa and Chairman of its Legal Committee. Joined SuperSport in October 2007.

Mohammed Bhyat
Chief Financial Officer

Mohamed Bhyat brings a wealth of experience to SuperSport, having held senior positions at a range of large South African companies. Most recently he was Chief Financial Executive at Paycorp Holdings, having also spent time at Primedia Sport as Chief Operating Officer.

Mohamed also gained years of experience at firms like Liberty Life, SA Eagle Insurance and the International Bank of Southern Africa.

He has a strong sports background which includes junior football coaching and endurance horse racing.

Graham Abrahams
Director of Enterprises & Regulatory

Graham Abrahams heads up Enterprises and Regulatory Affairs and has been with the company since October 2005.

He holds BA & B.Ed degrees and is a former Director of Communications in the Ministry of Sport and Recreation and Ministerial Advisor on policy formulation, regulatory matters and transformation.

Graham previously worked in the print media industry for 11 years as a freelance sports writer and columnist. He has been active in sports administration and dispute resolution since 1985.

Alvin Naicker
Head of Production

Alvin has had over 20 years of experience in all areas of the sports production environment. He has overseen the broadcast plans of major sports events both locally and internationally, and has a keen insight into the evolution of SuperSport’s locally produced shows.

Docky Dockrat
Head of Programming

Docky Dockrat joined SuperSport in 2006 as Content Editor of the Update Channel which has since been transformed into the continent’s leading news and highlights channel, SuperSport Blitz.

Docky has a wealth of varied media experience, having started in radio. He introduced sports bulletins to Lotus FM and anchored their first sports show, and at Talk Radio 702 he was sports editor and anchor on the John Robbie show. Online, he launched South Africa’s first Bollywood website in 1998 and in the print medium he was Bollywood columnist for the Sunday Times until 2011.

Docky is intrigued by the business of sports television while constantly being amazed by the theatre of sport and its ability to dish up the broadest range of emotions – sometimes in just a single broadcast.

Nomsa Chabeli-Mazibuko
Marketing Director

Nomsa Chabeli-Mazibuko joined SuperSport in July 2013 and arrived with a wealth of experience. She was previously the Chief Marketing Officer of Brand SA, and prior to that she worked at SAB as Marketing Manager for Castle Lager.

Nomsa was also Head of Marketing for the 2010 World Cup Bid, working under Danny Jordaan, and was Marketing Director of the Cricket World Cup in 2003, under Dr Ali Bacher’s stewardship. She won wide acclaim for both roles.

She is a football fanatic – a Pirates fan – and also has a passion for limited-overs cricket.

Hlonipha Masiza
Human Resources Director

Hlonipha has over 10 years experience in HR Management predominantly in Financial Services.

She holds a BSocSci Hons degree in Psychology from the University of Cape Town as well as a Masters Diploma in HR Management from the University of Johannesburg.

Ray Moore
Head of New Media

Ray Moore was an internet entrepreneur, creating some of South Africa's first sports websites back in 1995.

He was central in the development of the SuperSport website from the outset in 2000 and has been involved in the evolution of multi-platform sports viewing since then. He has a passion for technology and sport and uses photography, golf and travel to relax.

 Andrè Venter
Head of Africa

He joined the group in 1993 and has held various positions during his tenure and was responsible for starting SuperSport’s successful Nigeria operation. He is responsible for all technical operations throughout the African continent. An avowed “golf nut”, he is married to Lisa and they have one child, Jessica.

Eddie McAlone
Technical Director

Prior to joining SuperSport in 2010, McAlone spent 30 years in the telecommunications industry gaining experience in the provision of telecommunication solutions to various industry sectors. A large part of this experience was gained in the oil and gas industry in various territories, including the Middle East and North Sea. 

He has also worked with fixed line and mobile carriers in the UK, Italy and numerous African countries.

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