14 AugSafa Gauteng play-offs marred by administrative bungles
The Gauteng interregional league play-offs have been plunged into disarray and their integrity questioned after competition was halted following the first-leg matches.
Onseepkans: When koeksisters and offal potjie meet soccer
‘Some people believe football is a matter of life and death … it is much, much more important than that’ is the often-quoted opinion of...
Sharks-Lions tug-of-war over Tshituka almost over
The Lions’ and Sharks’ Mexican standoff over Vincent Tshituka should come to an end this week, as the two parties are said to have...
Tim Spirit | Courts of law are now part of PSL’s DNA
I was greatly looking forward to the start of the new DStv Premiership season – until news of a court case involving the league and Cape...
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Side Entry | Don't look now, but the Blitzboks are in line for a unique treble...
This is probably a jinx for the poor bastards, but what the hell. After their recent heroics in Birmingham, UK, don’t be surprised if the...
Injured Banyana star Kgatlana might not play for a year
Banyana Banyana player Thembi Kgatlana has revealed that the injury she suffered in the middle of the Women’s Africa Cup of Nations...
The Africa Super League conundrum unpacked
Safa president Danny Jordaan says he will engage with the PSL to discuss the CAF Africa Super League, following the launch of the...
How life has changed for Banyana teen
For young star Nthabiseng Magiya, school and football are all that matter.
Downs wipe the Loftus floor with Chiefs
Downswipe the floor with Chiefs.
'Settled' Proteas can usurp England in their own back yard
England is the one team the Proteas have struggled against in test matches both at home and away over the past decade.
PSL, Cape Town City sponsor standoff reaches Safa
The impasse between Cape Town City and the PSL over a shirt sponsor could be resolved via Safa arbitration if the two parties do not find...
Springboks succumb to All Blacks’ intensity
A tale of two cities
Banyana star Kgatlana confirms Safa has honoured its R400 000 bonus promise
Safa has delivered on its promise to reward Banyana Banyana for winning the Women’s Africa Cup of Nations (Wafcon) in Morocco in July.
‘Football is about finance’ - Motsepe explains the idea behind the African Super League
It has been hailed in some quarters of continental soccer as a “project of unprecedented scale that is set to change the face of African...
Shabba invites fans to Red Bull Kasi Cup
Alexandra Stadium is set to be abuzz with activity with the third instalment of the Red Bull Kasi Cup tournament staged at the sprawling...
All you need to know about the new LaLiga season
Is Real Madrid capable of retaining the title?.
From village girl to African champ I Banyana hero Biyana attributes her rising star to Varsity Football
Hailing from a small rural village of Clarkebury in eNgcobo, Eastern Cape, the story of Kholosa Biyana, the 28-year-old Banyana Banyana...
Mokwena welcomes ‘underdogs’ tag as Sundowns and Chiefs take up arms
The dominant conversation has been that champions Mamelodi Sundowns will be the underdogs when they welcome Kaizer Chiefs in a DStv...
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