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Kaizer Chiefs snatch 'lucky' win

Sapa

Stuart Baxter says the Amakhosi were lucky to win against SuperSport, adding that three or four more goals could have been scored in the second half.

Kaizer Chiefs snatch 'lucky' win

Foul words, foul breath

Lisa Van Wyk

Gareth Cliff has been reported to the BCCSA after making allegedly sexist remarks. He is far from the first South African DJ to put his foot in it.

Foul words, foul breath

SABC implodes

Lloyd Gedye

The South African Broadcasting Corporation's debt mountain is even larger than reported -- the public broadcaster owes SuperSport nearly R100-million.

The power of play

Andrew Gillingham

Winner -- Investing in the Future Corporate Award; Finalist -- Investing in the Future Sports Development Award: Supersport -- Let's Play.

Top sponsors drop Nelson Mandela Invitational

Staff Reporter

Soft-drink giant Coca-Cola, broadcaster SuperSport and the Octagon group of companies have withdrawn from the annual Nelson Mandela Invitational golf tournament. The three companies said in a joint statement on Wednesday they believed their continued participation in the tournament would be "inappropriate".

Patel's ICC job 'not a done deal'

Chris Burnes

Imtiaz Patel's appointment as the next chief executive of the International Cricket Council (ICC) is "not a done deal" according to SuperSport, his current employer. "Nothing has been formalised yet," SuperSport spokesperson Guy Hawthorne said Tuesday.

A dummy-spitting tosser of toys

Val Dasmann

It was straight from the Jonas Savimbi School of daylight robbery. With the ballot papers counted and the unrigged result declared, cue dummy-spitting, foul-crying toy tosser. Mike Stofile's "there is no place for blacks in South African rugby" is the most predictable post-South African Rugby Union (Saru) presidential election utterance since unification.

PSL commission payments in spotlight

Sy Lerman

It has been described by one newspaper as "splitting the Premier Soccer League [PSL] down the middle." But what Finance Minister Trevor Manuel described as "morally reprehensible" commission payments amounting to hundreds of millions of rands to PSL officials has seemingly united 45-million South Africans in outraged opposition to the professional soccer organisation.

Mvela clubs stage walkout at PSL meeting

Sy Lerman

The growing dispute between the increasingly more affluent Premier Soccer League and its Mvela League affiliates reached a flashpoint on Wednesday when 15 clubs abandoned a special meeting to discuss the future of the League's subsidiary competition.