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South African sports fans have the opportunity to win a brand-new Mercedes-Benz A200 Sedan, valued at more than R600 000, with the newly created Laureus Sport for Good Foundation’s Supporters’ Club.
Safa and PSL meet amid confusion over Covid-19 compliance officer roles
It appears that the PSL transgressed regulations gazetted by government by allowing teams to return to training without permission from...
PSL leadership to meet on Thursday to finalise football resumption
Thursday might be the day South Africans find out when the halted PSL programme will resume.
Banyana striker aiming for glory in Portugal
Banyana Banyana striker Jermaine Seoposenwe will ply her trade in Portugal following her unveiling by Sporting Braga this week.
Why do SA squads not have room for teenagers?
The news of another South African starlet Tsoanelo Letsosa (16) signing a new professional contract with a top European club and one of...
Bulls come to stricken Samuels’ aid
Former Stormers hooker Ramone Samuels’ career has received a lifeline in the unlikely form of his ex-team’s bitter rivals, the Bulls.
Discarded PSL players left high and dry as they face months without salaries
Agents unhappy with clubs that ignored Fifa’s guidelines on contracts and transfers.
Safa and PSL sideshow: Battle lines drawn over compliance officer
The PSL confirmed Michael Murphy as the league’s Covid-19 compliance officer last week. But the football association argues that its...
Agents: The big earners in the Bundesliga
Midfielder André Hahn is said to be earning €1.75 million (R33.3 million) per season at German Bundesliga club Augsburg. It is a fraction...
The cost of PSL Covid-19 compliance does not come cheap
PSL clubs that had financial difficulties in the past are facing more debt as a result of compliance costs. Clubs must follow strict...
I am a soldier: Joseph Molangoane on life after Amakhosi
“I have beautiful memories with Chiefs, but, at the end of the day, you have to understand that it’s a business. I took this on the chin...
Tim Spirit | Club bosses must be transparent about Covid-19 infections
Ahead of the anticipated resumption of the PSL programme next month, there are a few issues that need to be clarified.
Side Entry: Shifting global sands – rugby will never be the same again
This year’s Currie Cup – a competition almost rendered a competition for the sake of it by the suspensions, postponements and...
Kings and Isuzu in talks to rescue sponsorship deal
The Southern Kings’ newly appointed board’s first bit of business will be to convince sponsors Isuzu not to walk out on their contract.
Phehlukwayo’s 100 target needs speed, says Klusener
Former Proteas all-rounder says talented youngster needs more opportunities to prove himself and achieve his dream in the long format.
Wilson Kipsang falls foul of doping rules
Kenya’s former world marathon record holder Wilson Kipsang has been banned for four years after violating anti-doping rules, the...
Grand Prix: Austria hoping for a Red Bull festival
Today sees the first of – nobody quite knows how many – races of this year’s Formula One season as the Austrian Grand Prix gets under way.
In City Press Sport: The cost of PSL Covid-19 compliance; Kings and Isuzu in sponsorship talks; Discarded PSL players face a few months...
From the latest news to the best analysis and opinion pieces, this is what you can read in the Sport section today.
PSL club’s return to training: How Cape Town City got there first
Finally, after three months of no football, PSL teams are slowly trickling back to training.
- Thuli Madonsela: Who can blame the people for ignoring restrictions when the law is gratuitously unfair?
- Beneficiaries of Eskom’s multibillion-rand ‘error payment’ named
- Pastor stalks, threatens woman after she refuses to fall in love with him
- Capitec to waive interest payments
- Black Coffee owed Sars R40m, but negotiated his obligation down to R8m
- Bridgette Motsepe-Radebe: ‘It hurts to see my family being dragged into this baseless case’
- Mondli Makhanya: Does SA need a Thatcher moment?
- A messy and costly divorce: Wife says she needs R177 820 a month from her DJ husband
- What to look for when drawing up your will and estate planning
- Covid-19: Tracking the movement of a killer virus
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South African truck drivers have threatened to not return to work and instead allow foreign nationals to be at the forefront of the trucking industry should employers continue with their preferential hiring tendencies/ if things don’t change.Please select an option Oops! Something went wrong, please try again later.
Agree. Put SA first
42% - 24 votes
Foreigners have rights
18% - 10 votes
It smacks of Xenophobia
40% - 23 votes