Pep Guardiola admits Tuesday's European quarter-final, second-leg, tie against Porto is effectively a 'final' for Bayern Munich.
Expectations are high that local athletes will raise the bar at the SA championships this weekend.
The going is extremely tough for the Sharks right now as the Lions and Stormers surge ahead.
Tactically Sundowns were outsmarted by Clinton Larsen, the Celtic coach who had travelled to Mbombela in the last week to spy on the opposition.
Wheelchair tennis is grounded in clumsy mobility, but its popularity is soaring in South Africa.
The table-topping Wellington Hurricanes put their unbeaten run on the line against the defending Super 15 champions NSW Waratahs.
Cameroon is the biggest obstacle on the path to Afcon, but two minnows could pull out a surprise.
Despite the complaints about quotas, there are definitely enough black players available in cricket.
Can the Durban team sink any lower than last weekend's embarrassing defeat to the Crusaders? Andy Capostagno traces the sad decline.
Goading from dominant Mercedes turned into a scarlet-faced affair as Vettel took his first win for Ferrari, but will the rivalry continue in Shanghai?
Man City have spent £327-million since 2011 but much has gone on assembling a disjointed and ageing squad which urgently needs of a major overhaul.
Highly paid Super 15 superstars owe it to the fans not to produce lacklustre, boring displays.
Twice within eight months the referee admits that the wrong side won. Something has to change.
After tepid home displays South Africa's three representatives are likely to bow out of Africa.
Anaso Jobodwana has recovered from injury and is setting his sights on the world championships.
Transformation is not a simple issue. But it has to be addressed honestly.
Two days after being fairly criticised by Formula One’s chief executive, Sebastian Vettel made appropriate amends.
SA have fallen prey to Nigeria many times, but now have a chance to down the wounded Super Eagles.
It's not stretching credulity too far to suggest that the Lions could now be leading the South African conference, instead of languishing in 11th spot