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Police probe bugging at Sascoc’s Olympic House

Police are investigating sensational claims of “covert” bugging at the office of South Africa’s Olympic sports body and at the home of its CEO.

SA saddened by Mulaudzi’s untimely death

President Jacob Zuma says SA has lost a true hero and disciplined athlete in Mbulaeni Mulaudzi, who died in a car crash on Friday.

Sascoc files defamation case against sports journalist

Sports columnist Graeme Joffe is facing legal action from Sascoc for defamation after a series of pieces he wrote lashing out at the organisation.

Bullying Sascoc ‘must be reined in’

Sports administrators have painted a picture of an autocratic organisation that dictates how things must be done and ignores appeals.

Semenya excluded from Olympics training programme

Olympic silver medallist Caster Semenya has been a surprise exclusion from the SA Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee's programme.

Parliament demands full investigation into Safa

Parliament says it wants a full investigation into the affairs of the powerful South African Football Association, especially its financial affairs.

SA Olympic team seeks medals in five events

Sascoc CEO Tubby Reddy says he expects South Africa's Olympic team to bring home medals in five sporting events at the London Games in July.

‘Sascoc should have dealt with CSA saga better’

Tubby Reddy has admitted to the commission of inquiry that Sascoc should have dealt with the Cricket South Africa bonus saga better.

Cricket SA needs an impartial umpire

After a damning forensic audit, Cricket SA has been advised to seek independent advice regarding bonuses given after the Indian Premier League.

Sascoc advises CSA about audit findings on Majola

Cricket South Africa has been advised on how to tackle the findings of a forensic audit, Sascoc chief executive Tubby Reddy says.

Commonwealth Games on a knife-edge

Sascoc has expressed concerns about the staging of the Commonwealth Games ahead of the SA team's departure on Sunday for New Delhi.

Sascoc says it did not ignore cities in Olympic bid process

Sascoc has dismissed allegations that it had in any way ignored certain cities in terms of the possible hosting of the 2020 Olympic Games.

SA turns attention to Olympic Games

South Africa is to put in an official bid for the 2020 Olympic Games, Sascoc CEO Tubby Reddy announced on Tuesday.

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