2016 Year in Review

New PSL club launched in Cape Town a highlight of 2016

EWN sports reporter Carl Lewis chatted to CapeTalk's Kieno Kammies about stand-out stories he covered in 2016.

One of those stories was the ANC Youth League's protested racism and lack of transformation outside the offices of SA Rugby. The coverage of this story won an award for Lewis.

Lewis believes all parties form government through to the unions needs to do regarding transformation

Transformation is a positive thing if it is done right.

Carl Lewis, EWN sports reporter

Lewis cites the launch of Cape Town City FC as another highlight for the year

There's now two PSL clubs in the city which I think is exciting for Cape Town football fans.

Carl Lewis, EWN sports reporter

In the build-up to the first ever Cape Town derby between Ajax and Cape Town City, EWN sport was fortunate to have both chairmen in studio. Lewis says there was bad blood between the two in the past.

Lewis says the atmosphere at the stadium is fantastic and calls on locals to come and support the teams.

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