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Honesty, the Proteas’ brutal policy
Honesty, the Proteas’ brutal policy
The Proteas seem to have an honesty policy. Vernon Philander said the Proteas had honest talks after they flopped in the third Test against...
SA’s living won’t be easy this summer
SA’s living won’t be easy this summer
The bleakness with which the results from South Africa’s three-month tour of England have been received is to be expected. Some of it may have...
Baxter limps into CHAN tie against Zambia
Baxter limps into CHAN tie against Zambia
South African senior national football coach Stuart Baxter should have aged considerably this week, ahead of the final African Nations Championship...
High time for Amakhosi to rule again
High time for Amakhosi to rule again
Kaizer Chiefs will have their backs against the wall when they kick off the new season against SuperSport United at Durban’s Moses Mabhida...
Wily Mahoota’s vintage flair
Wily Mahoota’s vintage flair
There is a rare breed of elder statesmen dominating the domestic league. Last week, one of them reminded the younger brigade that it would take...
Five premier questions
Five premier questions
With the Premier League season kicking off on Friday, we look at five questions ahead of the new campaign.
Team SA has come out of nowhere to demand the world’s attention
Team SA has come out of nowhere to demand the world’s attention
It was less than 10 years ago that a dejected South African Olympic team left Beijing with a solitary medal. Long jumper Khotso Mokoena had claimed...
'Heartbroken' Makwala surges into 200m final, Van Niekerk double on track
'Heartbroken' Makwala surges into 200m final, Van Niekerk double on track
Botswana's Isaac Makwala admitted to being heartbroken and fuelled by anger as he ran two rounds of the 200 metres – one on his own – to reach...
Makwala given thumbs-up to run 200m amid sabotage allegations
Makwala given thumbs-up to run 200m amid sabotage allegations
Isaac Makwala will be able to compete in the 200m at the world championships in London, after the IAAF decided to allow him to run a solo time-trial on Wednesday after missing Monday's heats....
Wayde Van Niekerk targets Johnson double after 400m domination
Wayde Van Niekerk targets Johnson double after 400m domination
Wayde van Niekerk's bid for a first world double since 1995 now turns to the 200m after he stormed to a comfortable victory in the 400m.
Gibson coach talk encourages Faf du Plessis
Gibson coach talk encourages Faf du Plessis
South Africa captain Faf du Plessis has liked what he's heard about potential new Proteas head coach Ottis Gibson.
Blackballing Kaepernick: Fear of the black athlete
Blackballing Kaepernick: Fear of the black athlete
Sport is romanticised as a safe haven from the troubles and turbulence of society. But, in fact, it is a mirror of what is unfolding beyond the...
The Lions’ long journey to the final
The Lions’ long journey to the final
Five years ago, in June 2012, John Mitchell was suspended from coaching the Lions. It took a gang of lawyers and six months for the union to sever...
Mad transfer market reaches zenith as PSG completes Neymar deal
Mad transfer market reaches zenith as PSG completes Neymar deal
The arrival of Neymar at Paris Saint-Germain in a £200.6 million world record move will have a significant knock-on effect on an already unbridled...

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