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Anger over cyclist’s syringe bust

SA sports officials are being criticised for "limp" approach.

Team M&G’s joBerg2c race – Final day

After nine days of cycling, M&G's editor-in-chief Nic Dawes and AmaBunghane's Craig McKune have completed the gruelling race and reached the ocean.

Apartheid was the spoke in South African cycling

As the 36th Cape Argus gets underway the M&G looks at the chequered history of cycling, characterised by prejudice, subterfuge and great passion.

Top South African cyclist bust for doping

One of South Africa's foremost cyclists, David George, has tested positive for the banned EPO drug and faces a charge of doping.

South Africa’s hopes ride on cycling prodigy

The youthful Reinardt Janse van Rensburg is giving legs to Africa's Tour de France dreams, writes Richard Poplak.

Cycling SA management heading for a pile-up

An administrative spat is developing at Cycling South Africa on the back of allegations of financial impropriety made against the organisation's board

Top SA cyclist Carla Swart dies in road accident

Elite South African cyclist Carla Swart died in an accident during a time-trial training session, Cycling South Africa said on Wednesday.

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Combatting wildlife crime in Southern Africa activity annual programme statement (APS) No. 04

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