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Bulgaria fan arrested for racially abusing Sterling

Sterling, who has been a campaigner in the fight against racism, was the subject of discriminatory language during the first half of the match

​New book revisits cricket and the colony in SA

Cricket’s African history is painstakingly researched, but the prose could use more power and vivacity.

Too big, too strong, too powerful, too black for weepy, waifish Sharp and Jozwik

Caster Semenya’s moment of triumph illustrates very clearly what the problem really is — she isn’t white.

Italian gymnast Ferlito ‘so so sorry’ for racist remark

Gymnast Carlotta Ferlito has publicly apologised after making a racially charged comment about US rival Simone Biles.

Fifa push race and reform at annual congress

Fifa's executive committee has met in a prelude to an annual congress that's considered a landmark moment for Fifa to complete its reform process.

Italy pledges ‘more incisive’ action against soccer racists

Italy's interior minister Anna Maria Cancellieri called for "more incisive" action to be taken to end the abuse of non-white players by racist fans.

Police drop Clattenburg ‘racism’ complaint

British police have said they have no plans to continue inquiries into a complaint regarding alleged racist comments by referee Mark Clattenburg.

Man arrested for racist behaviour at Chelsea-Man Utd match

Police investigating an alleged racist gesture by a Chelsea supporter towards a black Manchester United player have arrested someone for the incident.

Chelsea rage at referee’s ‘inappropriate language’

Chelsea have filed a complaint over "inappropriate language", allegedly used by referee Mark Clattenburg during their 3-2 loss to Manchester United.

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MTN’s network innovation sees 5G launched at 100 sites countrywide

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