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City Press Sport | January 29
City Press Sport | January 29


Mamelodi Sundowns’ dominance of the domestic league has once again divided opinions.


Can Chiefs avoid the humiliation of four defeats in a row? Three games, three losses and zero goals ... This has been the sad story of Kaizer Chiefs since the beginning of the year.

SA20’s R10m cash splash

In a major financial boost for domestic cricket, non-hosting Cricket SA members will share more than R10 million from the hosting fees of the inaugural SA20 league.

Don’t measure Marou by my standards, Feutmba urges Pirates fans

Mamelodi Sundowns legend Roger Feutmba believes he has set the bar too high in the PSL, and other Cameroon players should not be judged by his lofty standards.

Door remains open for Manyama – Cape Town City boss

Cape Town City have not closed the door on almost-forgotten former Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Lebogang Manyama, despite the 32-year-old’s bid to rejoin the Citizens being put on hold by a recurring knee injury.

Promotion-chasing Hungry Lions get R3m cash boost

The Northern Cape government is on a mission to help its football club, the Hungry Lions, push for promotion to the top flight.

R105k a week just for laundry

After the Cheetahs qualified for the next round of the European Professional Club Rugby Challenge Cup following their last-gasp win against France’s Pau in Parma last week, the players had to fly back to South Africa with dirty match clothes in their luggage so they could wash them when they got home.

Banyana head to Turkey for World Cup prep

Banyana Banyana will step up their preparations for the Fifa Women’s World Cup with an international tournament in Turkey in March, Safa has confirmed.

Local icons throw weight behind Women’s T20 World Cup

This year is no doubt the season for South African women’s national teams.

Des goes to back to her cricket roots

Not many knew Desiree Ellis used to sweat it out with a bat and gloves.

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