August 19, 2018

African football must rid itself of the corruption tag

The football fraternity was shaken to its foundation last week when Fifa announced that it had slapped Zambian legend Kalusha Bwalya with a two-year ban.
August 19, 2018

Our addiction to miracle cures is killing our sport

The guys currently hogging the spotlight – and not necessarily for the right reasons – in SA sport are a Frenchman named Stéphane Adam, Dale Benkenstein and John Mitchell.
August 19, 2018

Is it a good idea to start giving managers and coaches red cards?

The recent decision to begin handing out red cards to managers and coaches in the championship and lower leagues in the UK has received a mixed reaction.
August 19, 2018

No time to rest for Sundowns

If you have ever wondered what it takes to become continental champions, you don’t have to look further than Mamelodi Sundowns’ hectic schedule.
August 19, 2018

Momentous week ahead for Komphela and Tignyemb

The next 10 days will be significant for Bloemfontein Celtic coach Steve Komphela and his captain Patrick Tignyemb.
August 19, 2018

SA tennis star - ‘Cape Town works just fine for me’

South African tennis player Lloyd Harris has bucked the trend that sees players move overseas to be closer to major tournaments and better facilities.
August 19, 2018

Wheelchair Tennis SA in need of funding

Pass rate could fall by as much as 5%.
August 19, 2018

Cash and pride mark Ajax, Cosmos match

As Ajax Cape Town begin a new life in the National First Division, one of the difficulties faced by their coach has been to get his young players over their demotion.
August 19, 2018

Ever less wiggle room for CSA in T20 saga

Friday was the deadline for the submission of stadium bids to the six teams that are supposed to contest Cricket SA’s (CSA’s) new T20 competition.
August 13, 2018

Theatrics does not equal confidence ... or titles, just ask SA’s new boxing star

If showboating could win a boxing march Renson “Bagdad” Hobyani would have woken up on Saturday morning as the new South African super middleweight champion.
August 13, 2018

Ria is a woman on a mission

The leading lady of women’s football will traverse the country and have essential talks about development.
August 13, 2018

Running ASA efficiently – Aleck Skhosana answers the tough questions

Athletics SA has been in the news for all the right reasons recently. Daniel Mothowagae asks president Aleck Skhosana about the progress made during his tenure and what the future holds for the sporting code.
August 12, 2018

Pirates pay the penalty as SuperSport advance in MTN8

For a side that entered the competition through the backdoor, SuperSport United made the most of the opportunity towards the defence of their MTN8 crown with a 4-3 penalty win over Orlando Pirates on Saturday night.
August 12, 2018

Rassie’s to-do list in Rugby Championship

Simnikiwe Xabanisa highlights are five things Springbok coach Erasmus urgently needs to address in the Rugby Championship.
August 12, 2018

Pressing Issues: PSL, SABC dropped ball by switching off radio broadcasts

S'Busiso Mseleku was left perturbed by last weekend's decision to not broadcast soccer matches on radio.
August 12, 2018

Captain Quinny – when did leading become rocket science?

Simnikiwe Xabanisa feels cricket lovers were perhaps too quick too judge the decision to make Quinton de Kock Proteas captain.
August 11, 2018

Four clubs, one stadium – Cape Town’s struggle continues

While Athlone Stadium remains shut as the pitch is relaid, Premier Soccer League (PSL) side Cape Town City will have to share Cape Town Stadium with the city’s three National First Division (NFD) clubs
August 12, 2018

Athletics SA president sees rosy future

Despite SA losing its ranking to Kenya, ASA president Aleck Skhosana believes a strong foundation was laid at the African Senior Athletics Championships.
August 12, 2018

Bloem Celtic owner crossing fingers over sale of club

Embattled Bloemfontein Celtic owner Max Tshabalala is hoping that the latest proposed deal to buy the Free State soccer powerhouse will go through.
August 12, 2018

Groundsman’s gift to Jomo Cosmos

When Jomo Sono established the Jomo Cosmos academy, little did he know that he had planted a seed when he hired Adriano Masinga as groundsman.
August 12, 2018

I owe my players, Jomo Sono admits

Jomo Sono has opened up to City Press amid the player salary issue that has rocked his club.
August 12, 2018

Athletics fuels SA sprinter's dream of taking to the skies

Star South African sprinter Ncincilili Titi's passion for athletics will help him realise his dream of becoming a pilot.
August 7, 2018

Boxing cures all, says trainer Mtolo

He was stabbed just millimetres from his heart, but tough guy Vusi Mtolo didn’t go to a hospital. Instead, he hit the gym as part of his recovery. Now he is using his skills to hone boxing champions at the Hot Box Gym in Glenhazel, Johannesburg.
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