A last-minute penalty helped the Griquas narrowly beat the Blue Bulls at Loftus in Pretoria.
The Baby Proteas' thrilling win over Pakistan in the ICC Junior World Cup Final in Dubai does not secure players a place in the cricketing pantheon.
The caring, empathetic man who has left the cricket field is a far cry from the brash young batsman who took the Proteas helm more than a decade ago.
The South African soccer team style their play on the South Americans' carefree approach to the game, but can't mirror their discipline.
South African Super Rugby teams the Stormers and the Bulls have both made "emergency" player signings early in the season.
Bafana Bafana have been left humiliated by a 5-0 loss to World Cup 2014 hosts Brazil.
Australia's Ryan Harris took the last two wickets as South Africa came within five overs of saving the third Test - skipper Graeme Smith's final game.
Hashim Amla and AB de Villiers helped the Proteas to 71 for four, at stumps on day four of the third Test against Australia.
AmaBhungane reporter Craig McKune gives some insight into how difficult it is to train for the Absa Cape Epic.
Formula One head Bernie Ecclestone has revealed he is looking for someone to succeed him as the head of the sport.
Five months prior to the IRB Women's Rugby World Cup, an introductory squad of 39 Springbok players has been announced by coach Lawrence Sephaka.
Graeme Smith's departure from international cricket will push the Proteas into a new period - lacking experience and, potentially, a leader.
Proteas Test captain Graeme Smith has announced an end to his international career, which will take affect after the current series against Australia.
South Africa has been bowled out for 287 in their first innings against Australia on day three of the third Test.
Coach Gordon Igesund says Bafana Bafana will build on last year's performance against Spain, which resulted in a historic win, when they play Brazil.
After Sol Campbell made claims of racism against his former manager, Sven-Goran Eriksson says the player was not good enough to be captain.
A David Warner knock of 135 steered Australia to 331 for three at the close of play on day one of the third Test at Newlands in Cape Town.
After claims that the Proteas tampered with the ball in the second Test, Australia's David Warner has gone to lunch with an unbeatn half-century.
Hosting the five-times world football champions in an international friendly is bound to be a spectacle, even if they show up Bafana.