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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

Banyana raises a nation’s hopes

Bafana’s poor performances have repeatedly dismayed SA but something exciting has been happening in their sisters’ game

Defying age on the football field

Veterans put youngsters to shame as they prove that what counts is how you treat your body

Young talent heads back home — unlike their elders

Mamelodi Sundowns supporters greeted the news of Phakamani Mahlambi’s move to the club with joy

Tshabalala will play in Bafana World Cup qualifier

Midfielder Siphiwe Tshabalala has been cleared to train with Bafana Bafana ahead of their World Cup qualifier against Central African Republic.

Kaizer Chiefs suffer second successive defeat

Maritzburg United have moved away from the relegation zone after beating Kaizer Chiefs 1-0 -- Amakhosi's second consecutive loss.

Hidden cost of the PSL cash bonanza

There is a downside to keeping our best players at home, with the few South African players we have overseas on the back foot.

Bafana without Khumalo for Cote d’Ivoire face-off

Bafana Bafana defender Bongani Khumalo has been withdrawn from the squad to face Cote d'Ivoire in the Nelson Mandela challenge due to an ankle injury.

Bafana ready with Mphela on board

There was some relief for Bafana Bafana when top striker Katlego Mphela went along with them for their Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Niger.

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