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Marc Lewis

Marc is an Eyewitness News sports reporter and can be heard every Friday and Sunday.

An award winning sports journalist and a presenter on one of the biggest drive shows in Joburg, Marc manages to balance the big issues of South African sports with the lighter side of life in Jozi.

Marc understands that in a sports-mad nation like South Africa, sports news is big news so apart from being host of SportsTalk, Marc is also an Eyewitness News sports reporter and an award winning sports journalist.

In 2014 Marc won for Best Sports News Reporter for his coverage of the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil. He worked solidly for the duration of the 5-week tournament, across the different time zones -flawlessly.

In 2015 Marc received an Excellence Award from Minister FikileMbalula. The award recognises those who contribute to the world of sport on a daily basis.

Follow Marc on Twitter @MarcLewisZA

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