14 JunVotes lift Khune and Tyson among fan favourites seconded to play in Carling Black Label Cup
Despite a season to forget, Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune remains popular among the club’s faithfuls.
Former Chiefs star Mendu invites keen walkers to join him on Youth Day
If he is not distributing food parcels or on the field coaching aspiring youngsters, former Bafana Bafana midfielder Jabulani Mendu is...
The 12th Man | Stuart Baxter should keep his foot out of his mouth
When Kaizer Chiefs finally unveiled Stuart Baxter as Gavin Hunt''s successor this week, there was excitement all round among those who...
Trailblazers who enriched football
The PSL would not be what it is today if two women in particular had not laid its strong foundation. Ria Ledwaba and Anastasia Tsichlas...
Hanging Judge | New handball law is as clear as muddy water
The more the International Football Association Board tinkers with the laws of the game, the more it seems to complicate them.
Kermit: What it takes to break into Downs’ line-up
Kermit Erasmus gets a sense of déjà vu when he reflects on his time so far at Mamelodi Sundowns.
How Bruce got his va-va Bvuma back
After a miserable season on and off the bench, the keeper’s fortunes underwent a dramatic shift.
25 years of the PSL – and counting
This year marks a quarter of a century since SA’s 32-club football structure was established. Gomolemo Motshwane looks back at what has...
Rosko confounds critics again and becomes a Bok
As a devout Christian who believes that everything happens when the Lord ordains it should, Rosko Specman must have smiled when he was...
Pat Malabela shares the bad, the good and some advice
Since he rose through club ownership ranks with Dynamos in the 1998/99 season, Pat Malabela has come full circle in the PSL.
Limpopo's TTM is no more
It’s out with the old and in with the new. Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila (TTM) as a club is no more.
Marx-Stormers talks back on, but English clubs also an option
Bok team-mate’s departure could pave the way for the in-demand hooker’s move, writes Simnikiwe Xabanisa.
CSA gets its independent board, but is the friction over?
Cricket SA’s (CSA’s) claim to administrative history – where it was were to be the first sporting code in the country to have a board...
Respect the rules, Safa tells PSL
The league backs down after a high court ruling grants Sekhukhune United promotion to Premiership.
What’s in City Press Sport: ‘Respect the rules’; TTM is no more!
This is what you can expect in the June 13 edition of City Press.
Side Entry | Federer withdrawal disrespectful towards French Open
It’s not often that this can be said of easily the most elegant player of his generation, but Roger Federer’s withdrawal from the French...
Denmark player collapses, receives CPR on field
Denmark star midfielder Christian Eriksen received urgent medical attention after collapsing on the field during the first half of a Uefa...
Court favours Sekhukhune United in first division promotion impasse
Sekhukhune United have won their court case against the PSL to be declared the winners of the GladAfrica Championship.
It must be a habit for Bafana to score three goals – Mkhalele
The five-goal thriller in Bafana Bafana’s win over Uganda in an international friendly on Thursday underlined what is expected of the...
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Special leave is a whitewash.
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SA’s tourism sector needs undivided attention.
4% - 9 votes
Let's wait and see
10% - 22 votes
What is the point of deputy ministers?
47% - 107 votes