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8-year ban for Lonwabo Tsotsobe under CSA Anti-Corruption Code

Tsotsobe, who has admitted contraventions of the Code, has been banned for eight years.

Lonwabo Tsotsobe charged with breaching CSA’s anti-corruption code

The charges against Tsotsobe follow a lengthy investigation which started around October 2015 by CSA’s anti-corruption unit.

Golden times in Gauteng sport

More and more, the province’s ambitious and well-run cricket and rugby teams are honing the skills of the best players.

Mackie an eccentric with substance

A master of getting the basics right, Neil McKenzie has called stumps on a gilded cricketing career

Lions welcome back Alviro Petersen

Ahead of their domestic four-day series clash with the Warriors, Alviro Petersen has returned to the Highveld Lions - who were bowled out last week.

Spinners help Lions lift the T20 trophy

Aaron Phangiso and Imran Tahir claimed two wickets each for the Highveld Lions to lead them to a 30-run victory over the Titans.

Toyana makes history as new Highveld Lions coach

Geoffrey Toyana made history when he was announced as the first black coach of a top-flight South African cricket team.

Burger leads attack against the Lions

Schalk Burger will captain the Stormers in Friday's Super Rugby warm-up clash against the Lions at Newlands.

Lions deny talks with Steyn

Lions coach John Mitchell has denied any talks between the union and Saru to include Frans Steyn into their squad ahead of the Rugby World Cup.

Spinner Harris joins the Lions

Proteas spin bowler Paul Harris, disclosed on Thursday he has signed to join the Highveld Lions franchise.

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