Phatisani Moyo

Phatisani Moyo

    The non-performance of soccer's titans proves no player is an island, writes Phathisani Moyo.

    Athletics stakeholders are upset that the cricket administrator's tenure at ASA has been extended. Phathisani Moyo reports.

    A ticketing dispute between Safa and a local tour operator has broader-reaching implications. Phathisani Moyo reports,

    After securing a third successive Absa Premiership title, will SuperSport be able to hold on to the man behind their success?

    In one act Confederation of African Football President Issa Hayatou may have reduced Fifa's "our game is fair play" to a hollow political slogan.

    It may have returned only last year, after a 16-year absence, but the South African Tennis Open is already justifying its presence on the ATP tour.

    With the Fifa World Cup looming for South Africa, these are the men battling for control of local footballs future after the global showpiece.

    History doesn't favour the chances of African sides in the World Cup, but Phathisani Moyo has reason to believe that next year will be different.