BSA pulls no punches over brain scans

2017-07-09 06:03

Boxing SA has vowed not to have its process of updating boxers’ medical records – particularly of those who are older than 35 – derailed.

Vacancies will add punch to divisions

2017-06-04 06:00

The departure from former champions Osborne Machimana and Kevin Lerena to greener pastures herald exciting times for local boxing.

Local boxers dominate as IBO champs

2017-05-07 13:00

The streets of SA hold abundant boxing talent with the potential to win international bouts and poses a challenge for promoters to work harder.

BSA to pay 15 boxers owed by promoters

2016-12-04 06:13

In a move aimed at helping the sport avoid having another black eye, as it were, Boxing SA has decided to pay 15 boxers the money they are owed by promoters.

Cute, astute - will bubble-cars return?

2014-04-07 14:02

Bibble bop, bubble pop... DAVE FALL comes across an old 'bubble car' known as the BMW Isetta. The cars were easy to drive and park and also very economical. Could they return? VIDEO

SA falls behind on cloud computing

2013-03-07 12:31

A study has ranked South Africa 20th out of 24 leading IT economies in terms of cloud computing, a sign of erosion from its starting position of 18th.

 

‘Bad luck’ Nomeva to fight soon

2017-06-11 05:59

Xolisani “Nomeva” Ndongeni is relieved that, after some setbacks, he will be able to make money from boxing when he features in a tournament at Emperors Palace.

SA ropes in more African boxers

2017-05-21 06:04

South African professional boxing is currently experiencing a flood of fighters from all over the continent to further their careers in local rings.

Lack of heavyweights deals SA boxing a blow

2017-04-09 06:01

The current dearth of heavyweights in the country has raised concerns about the parlous state of the division.

Third of SA uses illegal software

2016-05-27 09:30

A large percentage of South Africans are using illegal software, a new survey has found.

Scouts' ranks drop after gay youth accepted

2014-02-13 12:12

The Boy Scouts of America says it lost 6% of its membership after a year in which it announced it would accept openly gay boys for the first time.

Pirated software costs SA millions

2013-03-04 10:00

Figures released by BSA | The Software Alliance revealed that unlicensed software has cost South African business over R5.7m in 2012.

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