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The secret behind the Josef Zinnbauer magic

The Orlando Pirates coach has masterminded a dramatic turnaround at the struggling club he joined just over four months ago. Now, they are league contenders

Tackling football’s heart problem

There’s a growing list of footballers who have died on the pitch, either during a game or at training, because of cardiac arrest

The Stuart Baxter years: The good, the bad and the ugly

The former Bafana Bafana coach resigned after the Afcon high. For the next coach to succeed, a lot needs to change.

Politics stole the show in 2019 Afcon

The expanded and new-look Africa Cup of Nations was supposed to be a celebration of football in the cradle of civilisation

Salah and Egypt score own goal supporting Warda

Mohamed Salah, adored by millions at home and abroad, picked the wrong side when he defended a teammate accused by numerous women of sexual harassment

Afcon, a tool to clean Egypt and the CAF’s images

Egypt are on course for a record eighth title. But the Egyptian government won’t be measuring success by a trophy

Shakespeare Mbekile writes a new chapter

As much as Mbekile is a flag-bearer for his province, his transition from Sundowns to Pirates hasn’t been easy.

SABC crisis threatens sport itself

The sporting public, sport sponsors and the organisations in charge of sporting codes each pay a price for the SABC’s debt in one way or the other

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