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Some choices are simple for Springbok coach

Coetzee faces all kinds of problems, and pressure, when he picks the new squad but there cannot be any debate about including more players of colour.

Selection meddling galls players

The bitter aftertaste of the World Cup fiasco could encourage top cricketers to review their options.

New game plan for sport set for 2012, says Mbalula

Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula has promised to spend 2012 implementing the ideas that have been put forward in government's ambitious sport plan.

Motlanthe: Transformation in sports is backsliding

Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe has bemoaned the poor performance by the country's national soccer and Olympics teams, saying progress has halted.

Transformation in sport hasn’t changed, says Mbalula

Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula has told Parliament that the country is grappling with the same issues raised at the 2008 national sports indaba.

Exporting unsporting expat sportsmen

Another sterling South African sportsman has earned himself an accolade -- only thing is, he got it for playing for another country.

‘Focus on the Boks, not transformation’

South Africans should focus their attention on the Springboks and not on issues like transformation in rugby, Fikile Mbalula has said.

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