Sport

October 23, 2018

20,000 Comrades entries in 4 days ... You’d better be quick

There are about 4000 entries still available for next year’s Comrades Marathon, the organisers confirmed on Tuesday.
October 23, 2018

The battle of two in-form teams: Pirates reckon they have Chiefs figured out

Orlando Pirates maintain they have Kaizer Chiefs’ playing structure all figured out ahead of the first Soweto derby of the new campaign on Saturday.
October 23, 2018

Bucs Brazilian Marcelo’s Soweto derby debut looms large

Orlando Pirates’ new recruit Marcelo da Silva is likely to be handed his first Soweto derby cap on Saturday.
October 22, 2018

Letting go of Steve Komphela a ‘big loss’ for Chiefs – Pirates assistant coach

Orlando Pirates assistant coach Rulani Mokwena has fired the first salvo at rivals Kaizer Chiefs ahead of Saturday’s Soweto derby, insinuating that there was a lack of technical expertise on the Amakhosi bench.
October 22, 2018

Inside SA’s athletics feud

The long-simmering fight came to an ugly head last Saturday over ‘no-show’.
October 22, 2018

Mbane’s next step: A position overseas

Banyana Banyana defender Bambanani Mbane dreams of playing overseas despite being 28 – considered relatively old in the sports world.
October 21, 2018

Pressing Issues: No more ‘excusitis’ for the Bafana conundrum

"Black people suffer from a rare and unique disease called excusitis."
October 22, 2018

Bolt’s next dream comes true

Retired champion sprinter hangs up his running shoes, dons football boots and is already making a name for himself in his new field of play.
October 22, 2018

Abridged Currie Cup here to stay

Despite its brevity and a general afterthought feel to it, the current format of the Currie Cup is apparently here to stay.
October 21, 2018

Side Entry: Is Chris Morris the glue to Proteas’ World Cup?

If any of us were to be asked who has replaced the retired AB de Villiers as the Proteas’ most important player for next year’s World Cup, the names that would probably trip off the tongue are Quinton de Kock, captain Faf du Plessis, JP Duminy.
October 21, 2018

How many officials to control a match?

Last week I had an evening off, so I decided to go to a local match with my brother-in-law. There was no stand, no seating area and no cover from the elements. Thankfully, it didn’t rain, although it was quite windy.
October 21, 2018

Tax debt behind Border suspension

Poor corporate governance and lack of communication result in provincial union being put under administration by SA Rugby over unpaid R2m bill.
October 21, 2018

Djokovic will end this year as ATP champ

Renowned South African tennis analyst Bruce Davidson believes that Novak Djokovic will end the year as world No 1.
October 21, 2018

Lewis Hamilton’s on the cusp of a fifth world title

Only Lewis Hamilton can snatch defeat from the jaws of victory, both at the US Grand Prix today and in the championship race.
October 20, 2018

Solinas promises TKO blow on Leopards

Kaizer Chiefs will on Sunday take another step in a bid to end their long-standing silverware drought.
October 20, 2018

Blues hold guests to tie

Manchester United squandered the chance to collect three points and Chelsea ran with it to top of the log.
October 20, 2018

Kondlo, our very own grandmaster of mind games

Draughts grandmaster Lubabalo Kondlo has an incredible story to tell.
October 20, 2018

Van Zyl hails Soweto marathon for its special vibe

Enamoured of ‘the people’s race’, defending champ sets her sights on another victory.
October 19, 2018

Semenya shines but Ellis, Montjane miss out on Sport Awards nominations

Desiree Ellis and Kgothatso “KG” Montjane were snubbed in the nominations for this year’s South African Sport Awards.
October 19, 2018

From Slovakia to Polokwane with love

When Jozef Vukušic was unveiled as Polokwane City coach, some eyebrows were raised as the move seemed like one of those uncalculated decisions by the club’s hierarchy.
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October 21 2018