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Baxter warns Bafana against complacency ahead of rematch

In the sports wrap: South Africa’s global boxing star Zolani Tete has joined accomplished veteran trainer Floyd Mayweather Senior stable

No more Bafana, Banyana games on cash-strapped SABC

Safa chief executive Dennis Mumble confirmed the state broadcaster cannot afford to broadcast any Bafana Bafana and Banyana Banyana games

Lady Luck favours small fry’s dream

The Blue Sharks’ wing seized his chances, leaving the islanders as stunned by their victory as Bafana

Patosi lives up to his #10 jersey

The 24-year-old has shown incredible potential and under McCarthy's guidance, his talent is going sure to make him a season highlight

Uninspired Bafana draw against Zambia

Bafana Bafana have drawn 1-1 against Zambia in their practice match at Rand Stadium, which yielded a meagre crowd and threats from Bafana.

SA’s year of humiliation in soccer

From a premature tournament qualification celebration to Danny Jordaan's broken promises at Cosafa, South African soccer has had an embarrassing year.

Baby Bafana draw as qualifying chances diminish

Baby Bafana's chances of qualifying for the under 23 African Championships are disappearing as they conceded another draw, this time to Gabon.

Baby Bafana held to draw by Côte d’Ivoire

The under 23 Bafana Bafana side was held to a draw at the weekend's under 23 Confederation of African Football championships

Baby Bafana through to All Africa Games final

Baby Bafana have beaten Senegal in a penalty shootout to advance to the final at the All Africa Games in Maputo, Mozambique.

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