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Not acknowledging crimes against humanity is the Springbok way

South African rugby was racist, is still racist, and nothing will truly transform it.

Lala kahle Kaunda Ntunja

South African rugby has lost a gentle giant in Kaunda Ntunja. His commentary in isiXhosa poetically ushered in the Springboks’ first black captain and ‘popped champagne’ after Mapimpi’s magic

Where will neoliberalism end?

LONG READ As the world was overtaken by upheaval last year, one photo emerging from the uprisings depicts a protestor bearing a promise: “Neoliberalism was...

Sport audit 2019: How SA’s national rugby team performed

The highlight of South Africa's year was the Springboks Rugby World Cup victory

South African cricket seems stumped for solutions

The way up for cricket is not at all clear

EDITORIAL: Sport is for the people

Administrators, from club to national level, would do well to take the example set this month as a reminder that the people is their primary mandate

Eastern Cape stars lost in white space

World Cup-winners Siyamthanda Kolisi and Mzwandile Stick are both incredible men with stories that start in Port Elizabeth townships

Boks speedo up against cancer

Faf de Klerk captained the challenge to team mates and other men to get themselves screened

Rugby and a rainbow’s pot of gold

Sport cannot solve a country’s problems, but it does have the power to make us believe we can

SA Rugby must run with this World Cup win

Can SA Rugby build on the euphoria of the first black captain leading his side to glory?

Etzebeth ‘full out’ for World Cup despite assault case

Etzebeth, 27, allegedly insulted, assaulted and pointed a gun at a 42-year-old homeless man in Langebaan in August

The wing of change inspires still

Rugby legend Chester Williams leaves behind a rich legacy of young, black players who are determined to excel at the sport 

Kolisi escapes sanction for headbutt

In the 30th minute of the clash, Kolisi, while held on the ground by Scottish midfielder Peter Horne, used the back of his head to strike his opponent

Transformation strays into touch

The Springbok XV is all but set for the World Cup but it doesn’t reflect South Africa’s demographics

Boks snatch dramatic late victory over France

The result extended the Boks's nine-year unbeaten run against France and restored some confidence for coach Rassie Erasmus

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