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Pick Hougaard, Du Preez tells Bok coach

Fourie du Preez has urged Springbok coach Heyneke Meyer to pick Francois Hougaard instead of him for the home series against England next month.

Proteas’ Kleinveldt fails doping test

Proteas' Rory Kleinveldt has failed a doping test by the South African Institute for Drug-Free Sport, testing positive for a "specified substance".

South Sudan becomes world’s newest soccer nation

South Sudan was admitted as a member of the Confederation of African Football, with a strong possibility of also joining Fifa in May.

Zambia’s bittersweet return to Libreville

Zambia have returned to the scene of their worst sporting tragedy, which is also the site of their Africa Cup of Nations final against Côte d'Ivoire.

Gabon make surprise entrance to Afcon quarterfinals

Gabon sailed into the quarterfinals of Afcon as the Group C winner, leaving the last two places to be decided on the final day of group matches.

Côte d’Ivoire pegged as favourite to win Afcon

Côte d'Ivoire is the top-ranked team in Africa, is boosted by a perfect run in qualifying and it's also the favourite to win Afcon.

Ghana seeks to finally end run of near-misses

Ghana hopes its gifted squad can finally end a run of near-misses at the Africa Cup of Nations and deliver a fifth title, 30 years after its last.

Cote d’Ivoire and Ghana have best chance in years

Cote d'Ivoire and Ghana have their best chance in years of ending long waits for another African Cup of Nations title.

Sport court rejects Namibia’s Zengue appeal

Burkina Faso will be playing in the Africa Cup of Nations after the Court of Arbitration for Sport rejected Namibia's appeal against Herve Zengue.

Kallis rakes up career best at Newlands

Jacques Kallis made 224, his highest career score, as South Africa powered to 453-4 at lunch on the second day of the third Test against Sri Lanka.

After 12 long years, Lions win Currie Cup

The Lions ended a 12-year wait for a Currie Cup title on Saturday, beating the defending champion Sharks 42-16 at Ellis Park.

Proteas tumble as powered-up Australia take first blood

Australia impressed in every department to power to a 93-run win over South Africa last night in the rain-affected first one-day international.

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