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The Proteas’ perfect run of netball

The team could cap an incredible year if they can overcome England in a three-match Test series

Shakespeare Mbekile writes a new chapter

As much as Mbekile is a flag-bearer for his province, his transition from Sundowns to Pirates hasn’t been easy.

Goals are the real goal

Sundowns’ defeat to AS Vita once again highlighted the local flaw of placing more emphasis on trickery than putting the ball in the back of the net.

PSL travels unlikely to yield glory

After tepid home displays South Africa's three representatives are likely to bow out of Africa.

Pan-African clashes will stretch Chiefs and Sundowns

Chiefs will have to be creative and Downs will be well-prepared for their next round in the Champions League.

Mamelodi Sundowns aim high for Champions League

Coach Pitso Mosimane, with a large pool of players, has embraced the continental mission.

Chiefs need to hit hard to keep African dream alive

Kaizer Chiefs face a massive test of character if they want to advance to the group phase of the African Champions League.

Pirates head for rough Cairo seas

Happy Jele and Andile Jali won't be playing in the African Champions League return match in Egypt this weekend, but the Bucs ship hasn't sunk yet.

Roger keeps Pirates’ flag flying

The rapidly changing fortunes of Bucs coach Roger de Sá are becoming the stuff of legend – but the story is still being written.

Pirates score big, off to CAF semifinals

The Buccaneers, who secured a crushing 3-0 win over Egypt's Al Ahly in their first-leg clash in Cairo, are set to play Tunisia's Esperance.

Ghana’s Berekum Chelsea deny bribery report

Ghana's club Berekum Chelsea has denied being offered money by four-time winner TP Mazembe to lose their final African Champions League group game.

PSL games to be synched with rest of Africa

Premier Soccer League chief executive Stanley Matthews has revealed plans to change South Africa's football season and align it with the calendar.

Pirates aim for second CAF title

Orlando Pirates need to remain wary of their opponents if they are to capture their second Confederation of African Football title.

Egypt apologises over Champions League violence

Prime Minister Essam Sharaf condemns Zamelek fans who invaded the pitch and attacked the referee during football match against Club Africain.

‘Superior’ attitude could cost us

South African soccer may suffer more from lack of participation in Pan-African club competitions than football authorities realise.

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