I will not fail the people of Gauteng, vows Moodey: John Moodey, who will remain the leader of the Democratic Alliance in Gauteng, says he is humbled by voters reaffirming their trust in him.
Coaching structures in SA need an overhaul: There is no succession planning and no investment, says Peter Engledow and practically none of the Super Rugby franchise coaches can replace Allister Coetzee.
The 2018 Soccer World Cup line-up: Timothy Molobi analyses the teams that will go into the hat in next month’s draw for the 2018 Soccer World Cup.
SA’s pool champ is sticking it to the competition: When the Morake family bought a pool table for their restaurant, little did 11-year-old Wetsi know it was the beginning of his journey to world stardom.
Charity golf event draws in stars, celebs: Local and international sporting greats will be hoping to raise R6 million for charities involving a waste recycling project and transporting critically children.
Sithole & co aim to take Europe by storm: Two-time grand slam champion Lucas Sithole is gearing up for the prestigious UNIQLO Wheelchair Doubles Masters tournament, which starts on Wednesday.
Side Entry: RWC bid – losing not entirely a bad thing: South African rugby fans on Wednesday evening turned Twitter blue with righteous anger at being swindled out of hosting the 2023 Rugby World Cup.
Aggrieved United consider their options: SuperSport United will consider their future participation in CAF continental competitions following their frustrations this year.
SuperSport United to swim against the tide: Everything that could have gone wrong with SuperSport United’s preparation for the CAF Confederation Cup final did go wrong.
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