Lucky Sindane

Secret report reveals Chuene’s plotting

The doctor of the SA athletics team, Harold Adams, has accused ASA boss Leonard Chuene of deliberately politicising and sowing confusion.

Oh, the shame

Bafana Bafana's recent performance has been abysmal and blame should be placed squarely on Safa for hiring Santana to begin with.

Let your fingers do the running

Athletes should brace themselves for the return to small purses for competing in major events as big sponsors continue to pull out of the sport.

Safa boss aims to clean up

Conducting a one-on-one interview with newly elected South African Football Association (Safa) president Kirsten Nematandani is not easy.

ANC Youth League welcomes decision on Chuene

The African National Congress Youth League on Thursday welcomed Athletics SA's decision to retain Leonard Chuene as its president.

Sex, lies and funny money

Athletics South Africa is experiencing a serious financial crisis and failed to brief the council on the federation's financial status last week.

Semenya saga: Chuene’s trail of lies

Emails between the doctor of the athletics team, Harold Adams, and Leonard Chuene makes it clear that Chuene knew Caster Semenya was gender tested.

Colours of loyalty

Lucky Sindane spent a bewildering afternoon trying to keep up with Ghana's No 1 football fan

Rustenburg ready for 2010 kick-off

Rustenburg may be hosting only six 2010 Cup matches, but the excitement on the ground could pass for that in a city preparing to stage the final.

Eyes off the ball

The PSL has taken the blame for the security lapse at Newlands, when Chiefs fans let rip with missiles from the stands.

Survivor PSL

The <em>Mail & Guardian</em> assess the clubs on what promises to be one of the toughest seasons in the history of the Premier Soccer League.

The citizens vs the aristocrats

Manchester City will unleash their newly acquired arsenal in the final of the Vodacom Challenge at Loftus Stadium on Saturday.

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