Former Comrades runner Jackie Meckler, now in his eighties, reminisces his five wins.
The international football association has gone from a source of pride to one of embarrassment.
For several teams this weekend's rugby action will determine who can still secure a play-off spot.
The weakness of the rand and the instability and moral flaccidity of the BCCI make future international matches a prospect full of uncertainties.
The upcoming World Cup is the latest chapter in a narrative of disappointment for SA's women.
From Diego Maradona’s delight to the denials of regional football bosses, Latin America has lapped up the unfolding Fifa corruption scandal.
The US Justice Department has laid conspiracy and corruption charges against nine Fifa officials and five business executives in a bribery probe.
High-ranking Fifa and soccer officials were arrested in Zurich on US corruption charges, in what's being described as a crisis for the organisation.
Uefa president Michel Platini says Sepp Blatter is desperately clinging to the reins of power because he is scared of life outside of Fifa.
The struggling Cheetahs have been tamed this season but the Lions have regained their roar.
Tough times lie ahead for local cricket as revenue from the T20 tournament is cut off.
The mercurial Argentine Lionel Messi has guided the Catalans from potential disaster to Spanish glory.
The rivalry between two Indian tycoons could be an enticing catalyst for the global game.
After beating Chad le Clos on the 200 meter, swimmer Myles Brown is focussing on the Rio Olympics.
Dutchman Alje Schut is to play his last game in South Africa.
Despite a dominating title win, Amakhosi have much wheeling and dealing to do before next season.
Traditionalists will be happy to see that playing rugby the old-fashioned way pays off.
South Africa-born batsman Kevin Pietersen's hopes of a recall to the national team were in tatters due to "lack of trust" in the player.
The "Fight of the Century" may not have lived up to the hype, but it still raked in the cash like never before.