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Bob, Doctor and that oddball South African classic, ‘Get Funky’

Doctor Khumalo remembers his late friend Bob Mabena and their time working together on ‘Get Funky’

World Cup review, Part V: Spain and the lasting legacy of 2010

South Africa had a front row seat as the greatest team of its generation went into full bloom

It’s do or die for Bafana coach Baxter

The nation’s patience is wearing thin and, with Afcon prospects beckoning, expectations are high

Barcelona’s one-night stand

Seeing Barça live was riveting but some say, next time, football’s elite could be put to better use

Barcelona live: A chance to observe tactical genius in the flesh

The game will kick-off at 6.15pm at FNB Stadium

Clever boys on the ball

Calvin Kadi had no sympathy for Kaizer Chiefs' fatigue problem ahead of Friday's Telkom Knockout clash against Bidvest Wits.

Doctor Khumalo found guilty, sued for R500 000

Doctor Khumalo has been found guilty of reckless and negligent driving three years after being involved in an accident which left several injured.

Doctor Khumalo’s drunken-driving charge dropped

A Roodepoort court has dismissed a drunken-driving charge against former Bafana Bafana star Doctor Khumalo, the <i>Star</i> reported on Thursday.

Khumalo: The right medicine

When you encounter one of South Africa's most enduring enigmas, soccer star Doctor Khumalo, it is not hard to see why so little outside his football career is known.

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