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World Cup review, Part II: The trials of group A and Bafana’s lasting legacy

With a world-class gauntlet laid out in front of them, could South Africa make an expectant nation proud?

Bafana captain desperate to score at Afcon

Bafana captain Bongani Khumalo is desperate for his team to make the most of their second chance at Afcon when they come up against Angola in Durban.

Afcon: Khumalo feels pressure from Bafana’s ’96 victory

Bafana skipper Bongani Khumalo says he has a difficult task on his hands as he tries to emulate 1996 Africa Cup of Nations winning captain Neil Tovey.

Khumalo looking for determined Bafana effort against Zambia

Bafana Bafana skipper Bongani Khumalo says he is looking forward to a solid performance from his side in the upcoming clash against Zambia.

ANC could benefit from R1bn Capitec Bank bonanza

Free shares worth almost R1-billion in Capitec is what a consortium linked to financing the ANC has scored thanks to finance from two state bodies.

Hidden cost of the PSL cash bonanza

There is a downside to keeping our best players at home, with the few South African players we have overseas on the back foot.

Bafana without Khumalo for Cote d’Ivoire face-off

Bafana Bafana defender Bongani Khumalo has been withdrawn from the squad to face Cote d'Ivoire in the Nelson Mandela challenge due to an ankle injury.

Bafana expects overseas-based players

Bafana Bafana expects all their overseas-based players to join the rest of the squad on Monday ahead of the weekend's Africa Nations Cup.

Bafana’s Burkina Faso friendly flirts with farce

With both Bafana and Burkina Faso short on top players, tonight's clash in Johannesburg might well be turn out to be little more than a practice game.

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