Boucher, Smith fiascos symptomatic of sordid legacy at Cricket South Africa

Because of what history has bestowed on the board it will take a long time to restore trust and credibility

Island Gals Shred and Soweto Skate Society skaters stand back for no one

For female skaters at Milpark safety lies in numbers, enabling them to get airborne in peace

Man City meltdown among most painful in Champions League history

Four times Pep Guardiola's men held a two-goal advantage in a classic semi-final tie they eventually lost 6-5 on aggregate

New innings: Pro sportsman trades cricket bat for aquaponics

A cricketer turns his back on the excitement of pro sport to take on a whole new challenge: farming without soil

Djokovic delivers ‘best performance of year’ to book Murray clash

Top seed Novak Djokovic described his straight-sets opening win over Gael Monfils in Madrid on Tuesday as his "best performance of the year" as he set up a showdown with Andy Murray.

Untold millions lost on Cricket SA’s long list of legal spats

The country’s cricketing overlords have seemingly become acquainted with every legal firm in Johannesburg

Chad le Clos’ deep waters of depression

The South African swimmer went through a dip in performance last year after a traumatic experience left him struggling mentally.

Cold case haunts Bucs star Chippa Chauke’s family

His family suspects a cover-up after the Bucs star was murdered in Soweto after he was questioned by the police

Few potholes on Bafana Bafana’s path to Afcon

Football can be fickle, but the national men’s team stand a good chance of coming out on top of their group

Three things we learned from Manchester City v Real Madrid

Man City make their Champions League mark but Benzema keeps Madrid alive

Around the world in 80 games

A perfect world tour that would strike the perfect balance between travel and sport

Trials reflect growing interest in women’s football

Despite the Covid-19 pandemic taking its toll on the sport at school level, with kids missing crucial age-related developmental stages, there has been an uptick in girls wanting to play the game

Hugo Broos can bury his head in the sand no longer

The Bafana Bafana coach’s comments after his team’s 5-0 drubbing against France left many scratching their heads. How does he plan to qualify South Africa for the next Afcon?

Man Utd ‘six years’ behind after latest Liverpool thrashing

Jurgen Klopp's men won 5-0 at Old Trafford in October and expectations of a similar rout were well-founded.

Dark clouds of different shapes hover over Proteas and England

Both face challenges but the ostensible similarity is superficial

Mudslinging and ‘insults’ rage as Senzo Meyiwa trial delayed again

Accused Fisokuhle Ntuli’s lawyer, who the state said was ‘unprepared’ for trial, requested a postponement to interview expected witnesses

The trials of Super Sunday: McIlroy, Macron and Manchester

There was a lot to juggle this weekend, and it wasn’t easy to sidestep political profligacy in favour of McIlroy’s brilliance

Augusta National: Fear and capitalism on the golf course

The Masters Tournament exposes the persistent dilemma of the politically progressive and active person