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Semenya, Pistorius have points to prove at Worlds

Previously banned from competing, both Caster Semenya and sprinter Oscar Pistorius will showcase their ability at the world championships.

No Olympic bid for 2020, but maybe 2024, says SA

South Africa has put an end to rumours by saying it will not reconsider a bid for the 2020 Olympics, but will lobby for the 2024 Games instead.

Send in your women, says Olympic committee

The International Olympic Committee hopes the countries that have never sent female athletes to the Olympics, will do so at the 2012 London Olympics.

Safa pledges support for match-fixing probe

The South African Football Association said on Tuesday it wants to believe that two of its World Cup warm-up games last year were fair.

Bulls launch late-season charge for fourth title

There's no room for emotion in this game for giant Bulls and Springboks lock Bakkies Botha, even if it is a super rugby milestone.

SA repeats intention to bid for Olympics

Sascoc on Wednesday reiterated SA's intention to bid for the Summer Games, saying the International Olympic Committee session is a chance to impress.

SA revs its Olympic bid engines

The president of SA's Olympic committee says the International Olympic Committee session in Durban in July is a chance for the nation to shine.

Schwartzel follows Player’s lead, 50 years on

Charl Schwartzel marked the 50th anniversary of Gary Player's first international win with another South African victory at Augusta National.

Botswana reaches first African Cup of Nations

Botswana have qualified for the Africa Cup of Nations for the first time, while defending champions Egypt are facing the prospect of missing out.

India faces another underdog threat at World Cup

India will hope to negotiate the underdog threat of Netherlands in the Group B match at the World Cup on Wednesday with as little fuss as possible.

South Africa’s AB sticks to the ABC of batting

South Africa's AB de Villiers says there's no secret to his outstanding World Cup form; he's just concentrating on batting basics.

England steal headlines from Tendulkar

England and Andrew Strauss did the unthinkable and stole the headlines from Sachin Tendulkar's century in a World Cup on Sunday.

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