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Roger keeps Pirates’ flag flying

The rapidly changing fortunes of Bucs coach Roger de Sá are becoming the stuff of legend – but the story is still being written.

Tunis is a tough night to crack for Bucs

Overcoming a fired-up Esperance in front of their intimidating fans will be no easy task for Orlando Pirates.

Hot Stars ready to put the Freese on Pirates

Pressure is on Orlando Pirates and coach Roger de Sa rather than Allan Freese's Platinum Stars in the MTN8 cup final on Saturday.

Pirates are keeping Roger jolly

The Bucs’ form must be making coach Roger De Sa happy as they take their own revolution 
to Cairo when they 
take on Zamalek.

Better buckle down, Bafana

Against Burkina Faso at the FNB Stadium on Saturday, Bafana Bafana have the opportunity of realising their potential.

Egypt’s battles let Pirates off the hook

With the giants of African football sidelined, the Pirates coach, Roger de Sa has a chance to redeem himself.

Bafana vs Ethiopia: Losing won’t be a total loss

A defeat against Ethiopia would be disappointing, but it could give Gordon Igesund the chance he needs to plan a sustainable climb to respectability.

Nuts to critics – Gordon’s in it for the win

Gordon Igesund could run courses on what it means to have a thick skin and the art of making lemonade each time life serves you lemons.

Football rivalry, South African style

When the Orlando Pirates take on local Soweto rivals Kaizer Chiefs, violent sporting tribalism is refreshingly absent.

Bigger than one man

The same logic that saw Thabo Mbeki replaced as party president should apply to those who seem to think they represent their own jackets.

The business of compromise

Mugabe is a bad man. Make no mistake. But who is to say that FW de Klerk or PW Botha or any of their Cabinet ministers were saints?

Simple economics of social revolution

Moya: One can break the law if that is what "simple economics" dictates is the best way to get desired outcomes.

Tata, man of letters

Writing letters was the only way the imprisoned Nelson Mandela could communicate with his loved ones, writes Fikile-Ntsikelelo Moya.

When reason departs-

A sign of my bigotry is my discomfort with homosexuals displaying affection in public, although I have no problem with heterosexuals doing the same.

Tracking the T-man

Founder of the Joy of Jazz festival Peter Tladi tells Fikile-Ntsikelelo Moya how it all began

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