Ntuthuko Maphumulo

Been there, done that

Africa Fashion Week was experienced with a mixture of frustration and fascination.

Make or break for Chiefs as PSL resumes

Moroka Swallows and Kaizer Chiefs have two different goals as the Premiership season resumes on Tuesday and the league heads into the final straight.

All the president’s women

Confused about exactly how many wives our president has? We round up the facts on the women in President Jacob Zuma's life.

Rhoo’s last stand

The curtain finally closed on Lucas Radebe's soccer-playing career on Thursday night when he led Bafana Bafana on to the pitch for the last time. The former Leeds and Bafana Bafana captain has given his all both at club and national level.

Beckham boosts SA bid

South Africa will not walk alone in its campaign to host the 2010 World Cup. Not if David Beckham has anything to do with it.

Shakes furious at meddling

There were fireworks at this week's announcement of the Bafana Bafana squad to play England next week.

Bucs can clinch crown

Orlando Pirates look set to be confirmed as Premier Soccer Peague (PSL) champions this weekend. Pirates need just one point from their match against Wits University on Saturday at the Royal Bafokeng stadium to lift the premiership title.

In the Hunt for the title

The race for the premiership title has become a hotly contested one with five teams there or thereabouts but only three with a realistic chance of winning.

Jordaan dreams again of success

Despite the heartache of 2000, Danny Jordaan is back leading South Africa's efforts to host the World Cup.

Big soccer teams disappoint

Africa's traditional powerhouses are on the verge of elimination from next year's World Cup soccer championships and some are even in danger of missing out on the African Nations Cup set for the end of January. There are two rounds left in the qualifiers and none of the continent's 2002 World Cup contestants

Cross your fingers for the Soccer World Cup

In their World Cup run, South Africa are playing Russian roulette -- with two bullets chambered. Bafana Bafana's progress to the World Cup is now an ambition rather than a certainty after losing lead of the group to Ghana. Although both teams have 15 points, Ghana's position at the top is not just down to alphabetical order or goal difference.

It’s tough at the top

Nowhere else in the world do national teams play two games in the space of 24 hours. But that is what is expected of the winning semifinalists in the Confederations of Southern African Football Association (Cosafa) Cup. Defending champions Angola take on Zimbabwe in the first match on Saturday in Mmabatho.

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