Sport

December 10, 2017

What is wrong with soccer in SA?

With the halfway point around the corner, the 2017/18 Premier Soccer League (PSL) season is turning out to be the craziest and most lacklustre in history.
December 10, 2017

Safa suspensions better late than never

The saying that “you can’t escape the long arm of the law” seemed apt this week when the SA Football Association (Safa) finally sanctioned match officials – two seasons after their offence.
December 10, 2017

If muti is part of our culture, it must be used openly

A City Press poster “How to end the PSL goal drought” plus the tweet “Our sports coverage: City Press opens the floodgates as we interrogate why PSL strikers are failing to score: Has the nyanga’s muti failed?” really set the cat among the pigeons
December 10, 2017

Side Entry: The nerds are taking over rugby

There’s a lineout story that neatly encapsulates what a simple game rugby was to play just a decade ago.
December 10, 2017

Springboks: Five lessons from a stormy season

The Springbok story is not all bad news, but effective decision-making needs to be instituted from the boardroom to SA’s halfbacks.
December 10, 2017

Cosmos take Ubuntu threat seriously

National First Division (NFD) side Jomo Cosmos will be hoping to continue their recent unbeaten run when they clash with Ubuntu Cape Town FC in the Nedbank Cup on Wednesday.
December 10, 2017

Cape sides left counting the costs

City and Ajax’s away games saw the clubs spend an estimated R500 000.
December 10, 2017

Senatla races to 200 tries in 35 events

It’s not often that an individual achievement overshadows the team in the Blitzboks squad, but yesterday was one such day as Seabelo Senatla managed not one but two milestones in an already illustrious sevens career.
December 10, 2017

Celtic and Stars renew their rivalry

Luc Eymael has returned to the side that he was supposed to be coaching – and this time, it’s official.
December 10, 2017

Ke Yona Team Search makes dreams reality

The Nedbank Ke Yona Team Search is beginning to bear its intended rewards after three of its products secured deals with Premier Soccer League (PSL) clubs.
December 10, 2017

Football feast in store for Arsenal and Man fans

The upcoming match between Manchester City and Manchester United will be a buffet of excitement for football aficionados ... and there are starters.
December 10, 2017

Klate’s cabinet is overflowing

Bidvest Wits’ Telkom Knockout triumph last weekend was Daine Klate’s 15th individual trophy, which makes him the most decorated footballer in the PSL era, writes Timothy Molobi.
December 10, 2017

Motor racing’s Bottas shrugs off his low rating by Formula One bosses

Valtteri Bottas has shrugged off a poll of Formula One team bosses that rated the Mercedes driver in only 10th place, despite him winning three races this year and ending up third in the championship.
December 10, 2017

Linde sets Cobras on winning path

Stand-out performer wins matches as he exhibits a sterling combination of bowling, batting and fielding – making him a rarity in franchise cricket.
December 10, 2017

Test rugby will decide who goes to world cup

Various local rugby stars can expect to be weighed up at test level next year for a final shot at the 2019 rugby World Cup. One of them is Western Province’s JD (John Dave) Schickerling.
December 10, 2017

Notshe: why the Blitzboks rock

Stormers loose forward effusive in his praise of work ethic in sevens format and the bonding it builds.
December 3, 2017

Safa finally turns loss into profit

Staff cuts, grants worth millions from Fifa and CAF, and more SAA sponsorship money boosts revenue.
December 3, 2017

Tight NFD title race

With 17 games to go before the end of the season, expect a few surprises.
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December 10 2017