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Mbalula to launch court challenge to PP’s finding on his Dubai holiday

Public protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane found that Fikile Mbalula lied when he said he entered into a loan agreement with sporting goods company

Mbalula wants Olympics 2024 in SA

Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula says South Africa is ready to host the Olympic Games and should make a bid in 2014.

Athletes to bear brunt of Athletics SA suspension

The country's elite athletes will be affected most, says ASA president James Evans after the federation was suspended from the Olympic movement.

Elite swimmers will go to world champs, says Sascoc

South Africa's elite swimmers will participate in the World Aquatics Championships in Barcelona in July.

Paralympians enjoy equal share of bonuses

Sascoc says paralympic athletes will earn the same bonuses their able-bodied counterparts received on their triumphant return from the London Games.

Sports funding: Government must ‘walk the talk’

Compared to the funding countries such as Britain received, South Africa's spending was hardly impressive, The Saturday Star has reported.

Aim high, fall far: Is SA trying to break its athletes?

They've been told to bring home 12 Olympic medals, but experts and athletes say the intense pressure heaped upon Team SA is unfair, "almost suicidal".

Team SA’s goal of 12 medals may be too ambitious

SA's Olympic team have been set a target of 12 medals at the London Games, but their performance should be deemed a success if they return with two.

Sascoc boss puts everything on the line for Olympics

Sascoc president Gideon Sam has promised to fall on his sword if Team South Africa performs poorly at this year's Olympic Games in London.

Sam peddles medal hopes

Twelve medals for the South African Olympic team has been a best-case scenario at the London Summer Games but six is a more realistic target.

State blasts Sascoc over imported Olympic kits

The trade and industry department has criticised Sascoc's use of foreign suppliers to make the kit for the SA Olympic and Paralympic Games teams.

Sascoc in dog box over SA’s Olympics team kit

Sascoc has been criticised because the South African Olympic and Paralympic Games teams' kit has not produced by a local manufacturer.

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