Lucky Sindane

Winning hearts, losing face

A look at a sporting decade that made heroes but also cut some giants down to size.

Jo’burg’s Miss World debacle

The 2009 Miss World pageant will cost the City of Johannesburg at least R90-million -- double the R45-million the city has publicised.

‘We’re working on it’

Despite the chaos in Cape Town last Friday, World Cup organisers say all will be under control come crunch time, writes Lucky Sindane.

Mexico wary of Bafana Bafana

Mexico's coach Javier Aguirre expects a tough match when his team faces Bafana Bafana in the opening match of 2010 Fifa World Cup.

Boost to World Cup winnings

Imagine what Bafana Bafana players will do with R220-million after winning the 2010 Fifa World Cup?

PSL: Who’s who at halfway

As the football season reaches its mid point, Lucky Sindane compiles a report on how the 16 PSL clubs are faring.

‘Game over for Chuene’

The IAAF is set to boot suspended athletics boss Leonard Chuene out of the IAAF council, the Mail & Guardian has learned.

Remembering the legends of the golden days

Athletics bosses have, over the years, been involved in boardroom fights and have forgotten to pay tribute to South Africa's greatest athletes.

How athletics body was plundered

As Sascoc announced the suspension of Leonard Chuene and the ASA board, Lucky Sindane reports on internal corruption at the athletics body.

Chuene’s accusations a calculated gamble

The ANC Caster Semenya support task team recently released a statement advising the IAAF to declare the gender tests null and void.

All roads lead to Soweto

With the derby between Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates on Saturday, and the Soweto Marathon a day later, all roads to Soweto this weekend.

About-turn in Semenya saga

The ANC has finally turned against Athletics South Africa and its president Leonard Chuene, accusing Chuene of lying over the Caster Semenya saga.

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