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Corporate and broadcast deals push PSL to restart

Football will return, but the players are likely to have very little time to acquaint themselves with the "new normal"

PSL falls in line and suspends football

It’s officially official, we will have no football in the country until further notice

Safa: There will be no football, our decision is final

Danny Jordaan has laid down the law and forbid behind-closed doors matches from going ahead.

Minister greenlights sports to continue behind closed doors

Sports, Arts and Culture Minister Nathi Mthethwa has made clear that the government is not opposed to games going ahead without spectators provided they adhere to strict safety protocols

PSL pushes pause on football

The League is on halt for now but we still know almost nothing about what the future holds

Great VAR debate comes to SA

The new refereeing technology is likely to be adopted, but it’s a long process and won’t be without resistance

A new dawn in women’s football in South Africa

But there are still more questions than answers for Safa to address to make the league the success women’s football needs it to be

Safa shows Bantwana the finger

Months after the women’s U-17 World Cup, pleas from the team’s backup staff remain unanswered

Banyana paid: Now it’s on to the football

Paid Banyana can dream again

Sport audit 2018: How SA’s national football teams performed

If our national teams are adverts of who we are then it’s little wonder we are so quick to hold them to account. So let’s do just that.

Banyana’s bittersweet success

The national team is good enough to get to the Awcon final, but the gender pay gap remains

New Safa VP: We are fully behind Danny Jordaan

​Ria Ledwaba is the first woman elected as vice-president at the South African Football Association

Jordaan re-elected SAFA president

Danny Jordaan received 234 of 246 votes at the meeting in Johannesburg, SAFA said

SA football agents to be prosecuted for price fixing

A statement released by the Competition Commission, SAFIA and its members "agreed to charge soccer players and coaches a standard 10% commission fee".

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In order to see people and nature thrive what is required is a strong focus on partnerships – we cannot act alone anymore

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