Photo feature: All hail the trash gods: Waste collectors are a ubiquitous sight on the streets and rubbish dumps in Johannesburg. Mpumelelo Buthelezi investigates how this enterprising community survived the festive season.
Curse of a new club: Scores of players who have joined new clubs are heartbroken to be sidelined due to injuries, writes Timothy Molobi.
Pace isn’t as important as raw talent: HIghveld Lions bowling coach Gordon Parsons says when Vernon Philander bowls, it is a lesson in what is taught to players about hitting areas.
Side Entry: Virat Kohli, what’s not to like?: It didn’t take long for India captain Virat Kohli to polarise South African fans with his specific brand of competitiveness, writes Simnikiwe Xabanisa.
Is Chiefs keeper courting rivals?: Kaizer Chiefs will most likely let go of goalkeeper Brilliant Khuzwayo as he has allegedly signed a pre-contract with rivals Orlando Pirates.
Chippa ready for Downs thriller: Chippa United reserve team coach Glen Minnie says the MultiChoice Diski Challenge match against defending champions Mamelodi Sundowns will be a thriller.
‘Embarrassing – that’s all I can say’: Despite dismal performance, Bidvest Wits coach Gavin Hunt says he’s not going anywhere and definitely won’t quit.
Safa’s Joburg head on a sponsorship hunt: Phil Mogodi, the Johannesburg region president of the SA Football Association (Safa) has hit the ground running.
FTF not good for SA football unity: As reported last week, one can expect a lot ahead of the South African Football Association (Safa) elections on March 24.
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