Phathisani Moyo

Can Pirates end trophy drought?

Is the wait finally over? That will be the burning question on the minds of many Orlando Pirates supporters as their team face Swallows on Saturday.

New ASA board aims to claw back credibility

Rebuilding the image of a sport battered by almost 11 months of bad publicity is a priority of the newly elected Athletics South Africa (ASA) board.

Commonwealth Games on a knife-edge

Sascoc has expressed concerns about the staging of the Commonwealth Games ahead of the SA team's departure on Sunday for New Delhi.

Chuene vs Sascoc will run and run

The South African Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee (Sascoc) has a long battle ahead before it can put an end to the Caster Semenya saga.

Sascoc defies Parliament

Olympic governing body Sascoc insists its probe into ASA boss Leonard Chuene and others is sub judice.

Mosimane’s head is on Africa Cup block

Pitso Mosimane has so far managed to build on the relative success of the Fifa World Cup since he replaced Carlos Parreira as Bafana Bafana coach.

Stand by for a scorching PSL

With no Soccer World Cup to distract us and interest in the game at a peak, this PSL season should be a cracker, writes <b>Phathisani Moyo</b>.

Tried and tested Bafana team take on Black Stars

Pitso Mosimane gave an indication of his vision when he announced a 22-man squad for the friendly match against Ghana on August 11 at Soccer City.

No stars for soccer school

Poor results and neglect throw spotlight on the once highly regarded Transnet School of Excellence soccer academy.

Last post for the vuvuzela?

Is South Africa the only place you will ever hear the vuvuzela at a sporting event?

Starting our soccer from scratch

As the four-week carnival of the Fifa World Cup recedes into memory, we examine two areas where the tournament could have lasting beneficial effects.

Ghana’s dream dashed

Africa's last hope in the Soccer World Cup ended in heartbreak after Uruguay eliminated a youthful Ghana 4-2 on Friday evening.

Press Releases

Land reform still a hot potato

The land has got to belong to all the people of South Africa, and many believe that there’s no other mechanism for that except expropriation

UP chemical pathology scientists develop ground-breaking nanobodies for Covid-19 detection and therapy

Nanobodies are smaller than conventional antibodies and easier to work with so they are ideal for good cheap sensitive rapid tests for Covid-19

Inclusion as learned experience in higher education

Understanding the complexity of intersections between oppressions relating to race and gender is key to any commitment to creating a culture of inclusion and social justice

Local government in crisis: how it can be fixed

Local governments are supposed to promote non-racial development, in a decentralised manner, but the reality does not match up

Covid-19 accelerates adoption of technology by the African property sector

It’s not the technology itself that is valuable, it’s the opportunities that it creates: this may be the perfect time for reinvention


From 23 to 30 November 2020, simply purchase any BMW bearing the number “8” and you could be one of eight lucky people to drive off with R80 000

Introducing Sabinet Judgments

A well-rounded view of reported and unreported judgments supplemented by an advanced system to enable users to rapidly find the information they require

The Southern Africa Tuberculosis and Health Systems Support Research and Publication Interventions

The project places emphasis on rolling out a standardised package of occupational health services and mining safety standards across four countries