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Phatisani Moyo

Phatisani Moyo

    Teamwork über alles
    Teamwork über alles
    As the World Cup ends, the galaxy of football stars in South Africa has thinned as many have returned home, some unceremoniously.
    No one wants to air 2010 documentary
    No one wants to air 2010 documentary
    A hard-hitting documentary, which alleges that South Africa has wasted resources preparing to host the World Cup, has been snubbed by the country's...
    Malcontent over Ray Mali
    Malcontent over Ray Mali
    Ray Mali, the interim administrator of Athletics South Africa (ASA), has had his term indefinitely extended, triggering a barrage of criticism from...
    Khoza pal in World Cup row
    Khoza pal in World Cup row
    A bruising battle over the sale of World Cup packages is brewing between the South Africa Football Association (Safa) and a company called...
    The coach Hunt is on
    The coach Hunt is on
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    Bragging rights up for grabs in derby
    Bragging rights up for grabs in derby
    The Soweto derby is living proof that football rivalry can transcend the ultimate goal of competing in a league: to be crowned champions at the end...
    African football's autocracy
    African football's autocracy
    In one act Confederation of African Football (CAF) President Issa Hayatou may have reduced Fifa's "our game is fair play" to a hollow political...
    Backing needed for SA tennis
    Backing needed for SA tennis
    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...
    The football is in their court
    The football is in their court
    With the Fifa World Cup looming for South Africa, these are the men battling for control of local footballs future after the global showpiece.
    Parreira makes some weighty decisions
    Parreira makes some weighty decisions
    Bafana Bafana coach Carlos Parreira is a troubled man and is likely to spend much of his Christmas break pondering a solution to end the team's...
    One hand on the Cup
    One hand on the Cup
    Africa could not have asked for better representation when the continent hosts its first football World Cup next year. With the exception of the...
    Superstars book their place for next year
    Superstars book their place for next year
    Bafana Bafana have not been the only culprits guilty of failing to build up hype for the World Cup in the past few months.