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Work on your people skills, chaps

Mamelodi Sundowns should get their house in order and stop taking the media for a ride.

Field of stars will test SA skills

One of the reasons Manchester City is bringing a full-strength squad to SA might be because they don't want to endure the pain they suffered in the US

All quiet on the Mbombela front

Construction workers at the R1-billion Mbombela stadium in Mpumalanga have ignored the strike action planned by the National Union of Mine Worker

No fault

When double amputee Sydwell Mathonsi's prosthetic leg broke while he was walking around at school, his peers mocked him, making him feel useless.

Bloem’s feisty fanfare

Things that Bloemfontein football fans do ahead of a match can leave you both in stitches and astonished.

TAKE2: Attacking play key for Bafana

Many South Africans see a Bafana Bafana victory against Brazil as an impossible dream.

Bafana, pull up your socks some more

Bafana shone against New Zealand but need to be even better when they meet Spain.

Italy’s Armani squad

The Italians are not only stylish, but they know how to take good care of people, especially the media.

No place to call home

While their league counterparts Jomo Cosmos celebrate promotion to the PSL, Mpumalanga Black Aces have the headache of finding a home ground.

Bafana’s most valuable player

Siboniso Gaxa would probably be a youth leader in his church in KwaMashu if his mother, Nonhlanhla, had her way.

Twenty-three against the world

There is no place for bad boys in the Bafana Bafana set up. Nasief Morris and Benni McCarthy can attest to this.

It’s a long road to Durban

South Africa's premier ultra-marathon, the Comrades, is a selfish race that rewards people who focus exclusively on it, says Bruce Fordyce.

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