Exclusive: What Sports Presenter Lindiwe Dube Is Up To During This Lockdown Period

She will be engaging with netball players every Wednesday and Thursday to keep up with them.

By  | Apr 21, 2020, 11:09 AM  | Lindiwe Dube  | Top of The

Award-winning sports presenter Lindiwe Dube really knows how to slay in life. Well, that's how she rolls. She's all about that another day, another slay life. Homegirl has captured the hearts of many sports fans with her endearing personality and contagious smile.

She has become a household name with a legion of adorable fans. Lindiwe is proof that hard work and pure determination pays off. The petite beauty continues to soar to even greater heights in her illustrious career and inspires many.

Speaking to ZAlebs Lindiwe said she has collaborated with Netball South Africa, to host a series of live chats with the netball players. It is no secret that most people are hard cooking, hosting virtual gym and Q&A sessions with their fans, but Lindiwe has decided to pursue a different route as a sports fanatic.

She said they have decided to embark on this platform with Netball SA because, during this time of the year they usually prepare for the national league and due to the pandemic of COVID-19, matches have been suspended to its a great platform to interact with the players.

"I will be interviewing some of the girls who play for the Spar proteas, as well as some girls who compete in the local leagues such as the Telkom Netball League, I mean South Africa is hosting the 2023 netball world cup and the last year the girls finished 4th in the vitality Netball World Cup Liver Pool, so I think it is very important to catch up with them and hear what are they doing during this time and how are they keeping fit, said Lindiwe.
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The live chats will be hosted on the Netball SA Instagram page, every Wednesday and Friday at 12pm. She said her first guest will be Sigrid Burger who plays for the London Pulse.

Keep on slaying girl!!

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