You’ll feel a slight pinch, nothing more.
Check out the unnatural wonder that is the SSA
Hope requires empathy and a courageous optimism and faith that, as a species, our existence as humans transcends even the darkest of times
The retired Constitutional Court judge is the new inspector of prisons and he argues that SA’s courts should stop filling them up
In an era of crumbling secular belief systems,
what can atheist parents give to their
children in the place of religion?
The footballer’s prodigious physique was matched by his heart and mind — and when history called, he answered.
Part III: Investigative journalists helped pull South Africa back from a precipice by exposing the depth of state capture
Colin Coleman and Cyril Ramaphosa go way back, and the Goldman Sachs banker has the ear of ANC policy gurus
This, an interview with radio personality Xolani Gwala, is the first in a series of profiles that will be a regular feature in the M&G
The toxic debates that have dogged former titans demonstrate how national attitudes shape team performance
This World Cup is proving that the best footballers must have the evil eye as well as boring old ball skills
In the first of a series of columns for the duration of the World Cup, Carlos Amato looks at the prospects ahead of Russia 2018
Historians may struggle to pick Zola Skweyiya’s greatest political legacy, because there are several contenders
Gavin Hunt believes SA’s Ayanda Patosi, who currently plays for a Belgian club, has the ability to outdo Steven Pienaar on the European soccer field.
Once considered the sluggards of the game, now they must have both defensive and attacking skills
Whoever wins the Telkom Knockout final, the power balance of South African football will become a shade healthier when the final whistle sounds.
A multimillion-rand initiative that supports the creation of a football culture in local schools is winning hearts and minds.
The strength of the Zambian team is mutual respect, which is shared by their coach, who is happy to let their feet do (most of) the talking.
After a month of uproar, an odd semblance of peace has descended on Sundowns’ custard-yellow castle in Chloorkop.
Bafana Bafana’s best chance at the Nations Cup is to emerge at the top of group A, but it will take some nifty footwork, argues Carlos Amato.
Every Nations Cup throws up a new constellation of talent. Which young prospects will rock South Africa in 2013? We picked five strong candidates.
Calvin Kadi had no sympathy for Kaizer Chiefs’ fatigue problem ahead of Friday’s Telkom Knockout clash against Bidvest Wits.
The national coach needs to find a player with a built-in sangoma to replace the visionary skills of Steven Pienaar, writes Carlos Amato.
The heads of more foreign PSL coaches could roll as their South African peers up their game. Six games in, two coaches have been fired.
Friendly internationals are tedious rubbish. But September 7’s collision between Bafana Bafana and Brazil is one of the exceptions to the rule.
Out on the pitch, Stuart Baxter’s "good cop" style is already convincing many jurors. Six of his players have been called up by Gordon Igesund.
Once notorious for off-field antics, Lerato Chabangu is back with a vengeance and swimming bravely upstream.
They are going to unveil a statue of Alex Ferguson at Old Trafford soon — presumably showing the great Scot stabbing a finger at his watch.
Damned if it does and damned if it doesn’t, Safa has been making cutbacks. But it has also been neglecting development.
Sources agree that Fat Alice is piling on the kilos again – but her chefs of choice these days wear black and white, not black and gold.
Delron Buckley has returned home to join Maritzburg United — and admits he has lost some of the coruscating pace of his heyday.