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Lowered expectations may suit Proteas

With concern over the fitness of Jacques Kallis and a relatively inexperienced squad, SA won't object to being World Cup underdogs for a change.

Indian paceman Sreesanth says Smith ‘woke him up’

Criticism from Graeme Smith has inspired Shanthakumaran Sreesanth to perform better in the series between cricket's top two Test teams.

Africa still to announce Fifa candidates

The future of Fifa official Amos Adamu remained unclear on Saturday with African football's ruling body still to announce the continent's candidates.

SA rugby welcomes first black team owner

Robert Gumede returned to Ellis Park stadium this week to announce he was the first black shareholder in a major South African rugby team.

Bok coach De Villiers under the spotlight

SA coach Peter de Villiers is facing a battle to keep his job after a poor Tri-Nations and reports linking Jake White with a return.

Steyn: ‘It’s not nice to lose four games in a row’

Left to fight for second place in the Tri-Nations, South Africa and Australia both have unimpressive records to rectify when they meet on Saturday.

All Blacks ‘will have to give everything’ to beat Boks

The All Blacks hope to put on a show worthy of South Africa's biggest Test crowd in 55 years in their bid to clinch the Tri-Nations title.

Media-shy North Koreans stay in Midrand, train in Thembisa

The North Korean World Cup squad held its fourth training session in South Africa on Saturday with foreign reporters yet to be allowed in.

Big demand for World Cup tickets

The man in the yellow and green uniform raised his arms in jubilation, as if he had just scored a goal for his beloved South African national team.

Heads roll at Safa

The South African Football Association (Safa) has suspended its team manager and commercial director just a month before the Soccer World Cup.

South Africa’s World Cup gamble

World Cup organisers still have 355 000 tickets to sell in the eight weeks to the tournament as they continue to sacrifice short-term profits.

Twenty-nine World Cup games sold out

Fifa announced on Friday that 130 000 World Cup tickets were sold in the first 36 hours of the final phase and 29 matches are now sold out.

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