24 MayRhoo’s advice to Bafana was spot on as Zim’s Warriors are disqualified from Afcon qualifiers
When the draw for next year’s Afcon qualifying groups was conducted last month, Zimbabwe’s participation was dependent on a ban by Fifa being overturned.
Simnikiwe Xabanisa | Why has the Blitzboks’ form fallen off a cliff?
One of the most enduring mysteries of this rugby season has to be what on earth happened to the Blitzboks’ form.
Shock as CSA ignores forensic report advice
The sporting body has decided not to move forward with investigator’s findings.
Liverpool need legend Gerrard to win the title
Reds eye Premiership title.
Ndlovu & Onyango: A tale of contrasting campaigners
Former Uganda international Onyango is a decorated and seasoned campaigner who is gunning for a 17th career winner’s medal.
Parnell hoping to finally show what he can do, in India tour
Wayne Parnell hopes his call-up to the Proteas’ T20 squad to tour India next month will be a case of “third time lucky”, after the first...
Downpours and drama as PSL season wraps up
Baroka go down as PSL’s season wrap opens window for Orlando Pirates and Royal AM to have full go at CAF berths.
Liverpool and Salah have a score to settle against Real Madrid
Reds go into Champions League final baying for Spanish blood in a grudge match four years in the making.
The 12th Man | What exactly does CAF owe Morocco?
At the rate at which Morocco is getting its way in African football, one would swear the country cut a deal with CAF.
TS Sporting owner ponders next move
The relegation of TS Sporting from the GladAfrica Championship has spelt disaster for football in Mpumalanga.
Stubbs tipped for Proteas
His inclusion in the tour in India is a sweet reward after a stellar domestic season and IPL debut.
It’s a defining day for Mercedes as F1 visits Barcelona
This year’s Formula One season has been a two-horse (or is it bull) race so far, although the Spanish Grand Prix marks the real start to...
Canan Moodie skipped school, shot straight to URC
The young fullback is coming into his own,with flashes of his potential indicating future brilliance.
Hanging Judge | Pushing a ball into a player’s midriff calls for a red card
Last week I wrote that West Ham United manager David Moyes had been red-carded for kicking the ball at a young ballboy.
Shandu eyes CAF glory in stellar debut season with Pirates
The 27-year-old from Pietermaritzburg in KwaZulu-Natal has been one of the standout performers in the Confederation Cup.
Mzansi’s Gomes and Siwela to officiate at Qatar World Cup
Revered South African match officials Victor Gomes and Zakhele Siwela have been selected to officiate at the Fifa World Cup in Qatar...
All eyes on Swallows in PSL’s final fixtures dominated by derbies
There is no doubt that the focus will be on the Soweto derby between Kaizer Chiefs and Swallows. The Birds risk dropping back into the...
Safa CEO enrols for Fifa law course
The five-class module focuses on dispute resolution, registration and status of players, the operations of the Court of Arbitration for...
Free kit up for grabs for amateur clubs
MySafa is a Fifa-integrated football registration system used by the national football administrator.
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