Racial edicts in the form of the current empowerment regime have been presented as a non-negotiable by President Ramaphosa, writes Terence Corrigan.
Morning clouds. Mild.
A lot of the discourse about SA football is packed with mindless vitriol and intellectually barren generalisations, believes Mark Gleeson.
Having just 11 players available on the eve of an international would be considered a farce in any country, but not SA, writes Mark Gleeson.
It's just under a year ago since Shakes Mashaba was tasked with building a new team for South Africa, writes Mark Gleeson.
The indictment released by the US Justice Department has drained the credibility from one of South Africa’s finest hours, writes Mark Gleeson.
Instead of taking their local domination and extending it Africa-wide, Kaizer Chiefs send out indifferent signals, says Mark Gleeson.
The recipe for constructing a winning team is to build from the back, something Kaizer Chiefs got right this season, says Mark Gleeson.
Mark Gleeson on the recent ‘constitutional congress’ held by SAFA which resulted in some significantly positive changes.
There is only one question South African football followers have wanted answered in recent weeks, writes Mark Gleeson.
Given Pitso Mosimane's tarnished image, his new job at Mamelodi Sundowns comes with the platform of redemption, says Mark Gleeson.
The unfancied front-runners in the PSL standings offer evidence of the competitive nature of the league, says Mark Gleeson.
Steve Komphela’s accession to the hottest seat in South African football was significant in many ways, says Mark Gleeson.
It was gratifying to see one of the greats of the modern SA game elevated to such a prestigious coaching post, writes Mark Gleeson.
Stuart Baxter departs Kaizer Chiefs with a record of two championships in the last three seasons but, also a club in some tatters, says Mark Gleeson.
When Shakes Mashaba assembles his Bafana squad for their opening AFCON qualifier, he'll need a broom to brush away the cobwebs, says Mark Gleeson.
Mark Gleeson says it's a load of nonsense that champions Kaizer Chiefs have to wait until the last day of the season to lift the trophy.
Fortitude will be the operative word for Bafana on their AFCON 2017 adventure, something critics say they lack when the going gets tough, writes Mark Gleeson.
Mark Gleeson delves deeper into the reasons behind why fans were forced to miss Bafana Bafana's clash with Swaziland.
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A new chapter of sorts begins later this week when the PSL votes in a new executive committee, writes Mark Gleeson.
Mark Gleeson suggests Bafana Bafana coach Gordon Igesund deviated from his strengths when naming his squad to face Brazil.
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