There is nothing new in what Bafana Bafana coach Hugo Broos said this week. Some of us have been saying it for years, but we were chastised and called names instead of having our words address the real problem of South African football.
Owing to an “every man and his dog” feel to it, a 43-man squad can cover all manner of bases and shut down most lines of questioning pertaining to omissions.
Amid calls for him to step down, Safa president Danny Jordaan insists that he has unfinished business in South African football.
Safa vice-president Ria Ledwaba’s Safa presidential campaign is in full swing after she got endorsements from political heavyweights and civil society.
However, none of these supporters is a member of Safa, nor will they be voting delegates at the elective congress, which is scheduled to take place on Saturday in Sandton.
Limpopo will have six teams in the GladAfrica Championship next season, after Magesi FC reached the final of the ABC Motsepe League play-offs in Potchefstroom, North West, to clinch automatic promotion to the NFD.
SA Rugby will make its decision on what to do with the embattled Jurie Roux “fairly soon”, after government joined those demanding the organisation remove its CEO from his position.
Bryan Habana remembers exactly what each of the many mentors who contributed to his status as a Springbok legend did for his incredible career. As a man who now finds himself frequently asked what it takes to become a Springbok, Habana has a few ideas.
The Proteas made terrible decisions after winning the toss in all four of their T20 matches against India and choosing to field first every time.
The Amon twins are making a strong impression in athletics and their studies in the US, thanks to Good Samaritans who made their journey possible. The pair share their incredible story with Daniel Mothowagae.
There is a widely held belief that black people cannot swim to save their lives, let alone participate and compete in watersports … Johannesburg teenage diving sensation Zalika Methula is disproving the myth and is swimming against the tide.
He’s known among his racing mates as a lunatic, but to 18-year-old motorbike racing sensation Leungo Gaorekwe, the only thing that’s insane is the amount of sheer talent and determination he has to reach the top of his sport.