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Proteas have much to prove

The netball team want to show last year’s success was not fluke when they take on world’s best

The couch potato’s guide to sports over the holidays

If you can’t make it to the playing fields, don’t stress out. There’s plenty of entertainment to be found on the box

Pirates Fives conquer the world

The team representing South Africa won the F5 World Cup held in Cape Town

Moruti’s Mthalane: From average amateur to world champion

South Africa’s sportsman of the year enjoys his second round on top of the world ring

The Proteas’ perfect run of netball

The team could cap an incredible year if they can overcome England in a three-match Test series

Polo rides the Beats smoothly

There's a few downs, but ultimately, VW has produced once again

Now to maintain the Bok empire

The national side continues to celebrate their World Cup victory, but how can they stay at the pinnacle of the sporting battleground?

Soweto derby will test Rulani’s resilience

Chiefs are the form side and a victory could cast further doubts over the Pirates coach's ability to navigate his team through some stormy seas

Netball’s Waka Waka is loading

Despite good progress, African teams prepping for the 2023 event lack professional exposure

Netball is shining on court but still struggling off it

The hindrance of progression comes from the lack of recognition it gets externally

‘Forgotten Five’ in need of rescuing

From pangolins to pythons, species are being threatened by poachers for lucrative markets. A Namibian tells of her bid to make a difference

Bafana’s will to improve on goalscoring

The national side scored just three goals at Afcon, but they have strikers who have whetted their boots in the PSL and are ready to shoot for glory

Simbine sprints out of Bolt’s shadow

With the Jamaican out of the picture, South Africa’s favourite in a new generation of sprinters may just snatch the gold

The haka can’t scare Bokke gees

They will clash in their opening World Cup match and as the recent head to head between them showed, New Zealand will not have it all their way

Who’s who in the Rugby World Cup?

The Springboks are in the mix but there is no shortage of volunteers to break the Kiwi grip on rugby’s top honour

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