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The Hunt is on for ruthlessness

Kaizer Chiefs’ new coach may have all the excuses but he’s likely just buying time for his ethos to take root

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’

10 years on: The legacy of the 2010 World Cup

In the first part of our new series, we take a look at the goal that has played on loop in our heads and on TV channels for the last decade

Instinctive Chiefs prove their title credentials

Amakhosi have flipped the popular narrative on its head, winning the Soweto Derby 1-0, and are now favourites to lift the PSL trophy

Bucs weary of Chiefs’ Derby trap

Pirates look unstoppable, but few Soweto Derbies in recent memory have been this important

How Joseph Shabalala’s Mambazo chopped the competition down

The founder of the group’s openness to collaboration took Ladysmith Black Mambazo’s isicathamiya music around the globe

Why the Nedbank Cup will never be the same again

With a nation watching, Jomo Cosmos is one side look to use the Nedbank Cup to rediscover their prestige.

Do we finally have a reason to be excited about tennis in SA?

After years of struggle, the sport seems to be taking some genuine steps in the right direction at local level

This year offers golden list for boot

For the first time in recent memory, the PSL’s forwards are giving us a scoring race to be excited about

Pitso, pride and the world

South Africa’s best coach might think globally but he has a local mission to accomplish first

Amakhosi chasing proud history

Kaizer Chiefs top the table in their 50th year, but there are some worrying mishaps that must be stamped out if they are to keep it that way

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

Sundowns eye new threat

Are Kaizer Chiefs positioning themselves to challenge SA’s undisputed kings of football?

Middendorp presents his progress

Chiefs are a rejuvenated team this season — the perfect birthday gift for the club’s founder

Amakhosi eye long reign on top

Rated poorly before the start of the PSL season, Kaizer Chiefs have thus far been undefeated — and they’re still hungry

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