Sport

January 14, 2018

Is Chiefs keeper courting rivals?

Kaizer Chiefs will most likely let go of goalkeeper Brilliant Khuzwayo.
January 19, 2018

England dominate Australia in 2nd ODI

England is in no mood for jokes this time around as they easily beat Australia in the second one day international at the Wooolloongabba, Brisbane.
January 14, 2018

Safa’s Joburg head on a sponsorship hunt

Phil Mogodi, the Johannesburg region president of the SA Football Association (Safa) has hit the ground running.
January 14, 2018

Side Entry: Virat Kohli, what’s not to like?

It didn’t take long for India captain Virat Kohli to polarise South African fans with his specific brand of competitiveness.
January 14, 2018

FTF not good for SA football unity

As reported last week, one can expect a lot ahead of the South African Football Association (Safa) elections on March 24.
January 14, 2018

‘Embarrassing – that’s all I can say’

Despite dismal performance, Hunt says he’s not going anywhere and definitely won’t quit.
January 14, 2018

Refs don’t have to explain their decisions

Many people have said that referees have too much power – almost to the point of being dictatorial; that they seem to be a law unto themselves sometimes. This may be the case, but when you’re out there with two teams that are not only on opposite sid
January 14, 2018

Curse of a new club

Scores of players who have joined new clubs are heartbroken to be sidelined due to injuries, writes Timothy Molobi.
January 14, 2018

The Pirates’ revenge

The Bucs have finally ended their losing streak against Sundowns.
January 14, 2018

Man City victory is not guaranteed

With 18 points separating first-placed Manchester City and fourth-placed Liverpool, you would be forgiven for thinking today’s Premier League match between the clubs would see the Citizens arriving at Merseyside with a feeling of superiority.
January 14, 2018

Chippa ready for Downs thriller

Chippa United reserve team coach Glen Minnie says today’s MultiChoice Diski Challenge match against ­defending champions Mamelodi ­Sundowns will be a thriller.
January 14, 2018

Gomes to fly SA flag at Chan in Morocco

South Africa’s national development soccer team – Amabinneplaas – are missing in action at the 2018 ­African Nations Championship (Chan), which began in Morocco yesterday.
January 14, 2018

Federer has sights set on grand slam

When Roger Federer picks up his racket tomorrow to face Aljaž Bedene in the Australian Open, he might be playing the match that determines whether he will defend his crown.
January 14, 2018

Shaky start to Proteas' second test

South Africa ended a day of unconverted starts by their batsmen by throwing away what should have been a strong position at stumps on day one of their second test against India at SuperSport Park in Centurion, Pretoria, yesterday.
January 14, 2018

Spar Proteas aim high

At the upcoming Quad Series, the Spar Proteas will be out to make up for their dismal performance.
January 14, 2018

Pace isn’t as important as raw talent

Bowling coach Gordon Parsons speaks about Vernon Philander’s technique.
January 14, 2018

Mbenge says Tete will scoop best boxer gong

Hot welterweight prospect Thulani “Tulz Evolution” Mbenge has tipped World Boxing Organisation bantamweight champion Zolani “Last Born” Tete to scoop the male boxer of the year gong at the upcoming Boxing SA (BSA) Awards.
January 14, 2018

SA’s best want to take over in Melbourne

The cream of the crop in South African wheelchair tennis – Kgothatso “KG” Montjane, Lucas Sithole and Evans Maripa – will be vying for titles at the Australian Open this month.
January 10, 2018

Chiefs make their intentions clear with new signings

Kaizer Chiefs have made their intentions of challenging for league honours very clear when they unveiled four new recruits and a technical advisor on Wednesday.
January 7, 2018

Nonkonyana wants Safa’s top job

The challenger says the association’s leaders have failed SA and things need to change.
January 7, 2018

PSL clubs' wise, forced and emotional buys

True to the saying that desperate times call for desperate measures, clubs have been frantically busy on the transfer market, writes Timothy Molobi.
January 7, 2018

Pressing Issues: Here’s hoping for a cleanfight ahead of Safa’s elections

May I open byIishing everyone a happy and successful 2018.
January 7, 2018

Side Entry: Could the Proteas’ pace-heavy team be a sign of a new approach?

Few decisions at the toss have sparked as much debate as Faf du Plessis opting to bat on the nearest thing to a green mamba wicket at Newlands since Australia were shot for 47 all out in 2011.
January 7, 2018

Hanging judge: Referees need assistance posthaste

Like many others, I watched a lot of football over the festive season and still can’t understand why, with all the technology available, more of it is not used to assist referees come to a correct, decisive conclusion on so-called controversial and questionable decisions.
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