There is a need to balance transformation, local franchise cricket and experience
Despite semi-final disappointment, the future of South African cricket has hope once more
Are we really winning with the uniting force of sport? Or has that simply become a tagline?
South African cricket has given us a glimmer of hope … but history tells us how that story ends
His inspirational story of resilience and hope embodies the spirit of the brand
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Rassie, along with his captain, Siya Kolisi’s generation of players, have deepened our bonds with rugby in a manner that I thought inevitable as a young boy. Win or lose, they are us
It’s payback time and the ANC’s former secretary general has taken a note out of Banyana Banyana’s game plan
A footballing three days and three nights in a cave don’t appear to have affected the striker’s performance
A funeral procession will be held on Tuesday through Santos and past the house of Pele’s mother, 100-year-old Celeste Arantes
When all is said and done, how many indelible memories will the desert cough up?
The quarterfinals are laced with legacy and meaning
The World Cup can trigger intense emotions in a way that no other sporting mega-event can
With redemption or revenge on the menu, the Black Stars must go for broke — but they will need a dash of Suarez-level cunning, too
Football’s most celebrated team received a reminder of what’s at stake for them in Qatar
A few upsets and some Messi magic aside, the showcase has struggled to dazzle
With the exception of one or two hidings, games at this World Cup have been much closer than expected
Europe baulking at protesting against the host nation’s human rights abuses shows the power of black gold
Rwanda’s Salima Mukansanga has broken new ground to become the first African woman to officiate a men’s World Cup
The Saudis were superb, but the Argentinians got spooked by the hovering legacy of World Cup failures past
The Three Lions played like a team unencumbered by public scrutiny. Iran did not have that luxury
Both Qatar’s authorities and football team have no idea how to play the beautiful game well
Tournament favourites Brazil should coast through, but Cameroon, Serbia and Switzerland have it all to play for
United’s tetchy carnivore has lost his alpha status to the rise of collectivism in elite football
The therapy model is now being exported to the football World Cup in Qatar, where 32 benches, each representing a team competing in the Fifa tournament, will be set up to cast the spotlight on global mental health
Commentators have weighed in on the Transnet strike’s economic hit, but strike season isn’t over yet
By bloating its showpiece, Fifa has made single-country bids impossible and dimmed the tournament’s magic
Qatar needed a huge number of workers to build stadiums in the desert for the World Cup. A study reports the human cost to migrant workers
The Bafana Bafana coach’s comments after his team’s 5-0 drubbing against France left many scratching their heads. How does he plan to qualify South Africa for the next Afcon?
The World Cup in New Zealand has proven an exciting, high-quality tournament. But, it’s still 50-over cricket
South Africa are close to finding the sweet spot between competitiveness and enjoyment
Migrant workers brought in under the sponsor system to build and guard the new football stadiums, hotels and malls are overworked, in debt and trapped in the country.