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Togo team to return from Afcon cup

Togo's national team will return home and not compete in Africa's biggest soccer tournament, captain Emmanuel Adebayor said on Sunday.

Algeria: ‘Victory is all that counts’

Playmaker Karim Ziani says Algeria must defeat Malawi on Monday if they hope to reach the 2010 African Nations Cup knockout stage.

Clijsters beats Henin in thrilling Brisbane final

Kim Clijsters survived two match points before winning her eagerly awaited rematch with fellow Belgian Justine Henin 6-3, 4-6, 7-6.

Sainz, Despres still lead Dakar Rally

Carlos Sainz and motorcyclist Cyril Despres continued to lead the Dakar Rally after the longest stage, a brutal 600km on sand, stones and salt.

Change of leadership signals loosening of Iron Duke’s grip

The swift replacement of Raymond Hack with fellow lawyer Leslie Sedibe as the Safa CEO could have two different implications.

Goodbye and good luck

Makhaya Ntini's omission from the starting XI for the third Test against England was a stark reminder that the Proteas are not an exclusive club.

Vuvuzela creator blown off?

It used to be visible only at ­football matches, but the metre-long horn known as the vuvuzela has grown in popularity beyond South Africa

Gunners keen to beat freeze and maintain momentum

Everton fans will be hoping to avoid the fate that befell Bolton supporters when they arrived to find the game had fallen foul of the weather.

Continental kick-off

Didier Drogba and Samuel Eto'o will be aiming to leave impressions as gargantuan as the craters that pockmark the streets of the capital, Luanda.

England deny South Africa in gripping finale

England's last pair of Graeme Swann and Graham Onions survived 17 balls to salvage a thrilling draw in the third Test against SA on Thursday.

Vaughan says England were lucky in ball-tampering row

England were lucky to escape unpunished from a ball-tampering controversy in their third Test against SA, according to former captain Michael Vaughan.

ANC Youth League congratulates new Safa boss

The ANC Youth League on Thursday congratulated Leslie Sedibe on his appointment as chief executive officer of the SA Football Association.

Pacquiao showdown with Mayweather called off

Talks over the hotly anticipated welterweight bout between Filipino Manny Pacquiao and American Floyd Mayweather Jr were aborted on Wednesday.

ICC won’t charge England with ball tampering

The International Cricket Council (ICC) will take no action against England players for allegedly interfering with the condition of the ball.

South Africa leave ball issue to match referee

SA will not lay an official complaint against England after allegations of interfering with the ball surfaced on the third day of the third Test.

Giantkillers Togo capable of more upsets in Angola

The Hawks of Togo have so far failed to get past the group stage of the African Nations Cup in six appearances, but they could well spring a surprise.

Côte d’Ivoire favourites to be African kings again

Côte d'Ivoire will again be one of the leading favourites to win the 2010 African Nations Cup, as was the case two years ago in Ghana.

Smith scores a century

Graeme Smith led from the front with his 19th Test century as South Africa took charge on the third day of the third Test against England.

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Call for applications for the position of GCRO executive director

The Gauteng City-Region Observatory is seeking to appoint a high-calibre researcher and manager to be the executive director and to lead it

DriveRisk stays safe with high-tech thermal camera solution

Itec Evolve installed the screening device within a few days to help the driver behaviour company become compliant with health and safety regulations