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Sy Lerman

Sy Lerman

    Bafana's chances may be undermined by too much optimism
    Bafana's chances may be undermined by too much optimism
    South Africa kicks off in an Afcon group of death, of which the opponents are at least aware. Safa however is already happy with the placement alone.
    It's SA or nothing for Kevin Anderson
    It's SA or nothing for Kevin Anderson
    A change in the International Tennis Federation rules makes it impossible for tennis players to switch their allegiance and play for another country.
    How do we bridge sport's great divide?
    How do we bridge sport's great divide?
    Football doesn't have to be black or white, say those who remember when a nonracial era beckoned.
    Igesund names 'strongest' Bafana squad for Brazil friendly
    Igesund names 'strongest' Bafana squad for Brazil friendly
    Coach Gordon Igesund has named his "strongest squad bar none" to face Brazil in a friendly international football match at FNB Stadium in early March.
    SA tennis can still rally
    SA tennis can still rally
    South African Craig Tiley, the man behind the Australian Open, says a "think big, act boldly" plan will turn things around for local tennis.
    McCarthy and Mabizela not too old for comeback, says Bafana coach
    McCarthy and Mabizela not too old for comeback, says Bafana coach
    Bafana Bafana coach Pitso Mosimane does not rule out Benni McCarthy and Mbulelo "OJ" Mabizela from future international selection.
    Baby steps towards Bafana glory
    Baby steps towards Bafana glory
    It is significant that a local team of under-15 players reached the final of a global tournament.
    Now changing SA tennis is down to 'Wire'
    Now changing SA tennis is down to 'Wire'
    "What has happened to my team?" This clearly pained question was the first statement by the first black president of Sata, Bongani "Wire" Zondi.
    Bafana prodigy off to Holland
    Bafana prodigy off to Holland
    Only days after his 20th birthday, Bafana Bafana prodigy and Ajax Cape Town midfielder Thulani Serero will travel to Holland this weekend.
    Desperate Birds keep survival hopes alive
    Desperate Birds keep survival hopes alive
    It was tough, torrid and with a touch of desperation from both teams as Moroka Swallows beat Maritzburg United 1-0 in a bruising PSL game.
    Anderson wins SA Open
    Anderson wins SA Open
    South African Kevin Anderson beat India's Somdev Devvarman in the final of the SA Open on Sunday at Montecasino.