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South Africa eyes World Cup final
South Africa eyes World Cup final
South Africa can book a place in the Women’s World Cup final if they beat England in Bristol on Tuesday. The last time the sides played in...
Senegal’s Euro-football love affair
Senegal’s Euro-football love affair
Casillas throws the ball to Thuram, standing on the edge of his penalty area. The big defender passes to Zidane, who turns and dribbles past two...
Zebras’ coach on warpath
Zebras’ coach on warpath
A former major in Botswana’s Defence Force was this week named senior national coach of the Zebras — and he has wasted no time in talking...
It’s the end of rugby life as we know it
It’s the end of rugby life as we know it
Oh, the delicious irony! The first fixture of the final round of log play in Super Rugby in this country will be the Kings against the Cheetahs....
Hockey amateurs stick to their guns
Hockey amateurs stick to their guns
The biggest hockey tournament ever to visit this country is happening this week and next at the Wits Astro in Johannesburg. South Africa’s...
Manyama proves that he's PSL’s darling
Manyama proves that he's PSL’s darling
This week an anonymous caller phoned in to vent during a radio talk show after seeing his “beloved Mamelodi Sundowns” suffer a snub at this...
Morkel scores a world record no one wants
Morkel scores a world record no one wants
Morné Morkel is disappointed but philosophical about holding the unwanted world record for most Test wickets overturned by no-balls.
Before Mayweather-McGregor ... there was Ali v Inoki
Before Mayweather-McGregor ... there was Ali v Inoki
There are many in the boxing world who are appalled by the prospect of Floyd Mayweather...
Federer shines bright in twilight zone
Federer shines bright in twilight zone
Roger Federer insists he is only slightly surprised to find himself tantalisingly within touching distance of a record eighth Wimbledon title...
8-year ban for Lonwabo Tsotsobe under CSA Anti-Corruption Code
8-year ban for Lonwabo Tsotsobe under CSA Anti-Corruption Code
Cricket South Africa (CSA) has banned former Proteas and Highveld Lions player Lonwabo Tsotsobe for several breaches of its Anti-Corruption Code...
Caster runs into trouble again
Caster runs into trouble again
Caster Semenya’s future in athletics has once again been called into question after a recent study, jointly funded by the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) and the World Anti-Doping Agency, found that women athletes with high levels of testosterone have a...
Unbowed Baxter soldiers on with blooding new players
Unbowed Baxter soldiers on with blooding new players
Despite Bafana Bafana’s loss to lightweight Tanzania in the ongoing Cosafa Cup, coach Stuart Baxter still believes he did the right thing by...
Cool head, heroic save
Cool head, heroic save
Goalkeepers are considered the crazy members of the gang and, other than their sometimes questionable attire, often engage in crazy antics between...
Proteas may yet bloom in England
Proteas may yet bloom in England
Arcane as it may seem, especially in this age of Asian dominance, England is still the yardstick by which cricketers measure themselves. It’s a...

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