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The sacking of Paulo di Canio as Sunderland manager late on Sunday came as little surprise to anyone - it was a strange appointment in the fist place from the Black Cats.
Mark Klusener is in New York City and he has a strange sense of déjà vu.
The expansion of the Currie Cup will be music to the ears of the Griquas and Bulls, but is it also not an ideal time to cull the 1st division completely says Tank Lanning.
Cricket South Africa CEO Haroon Lorgat made a decision when heading up the International Cricket Council about 18 months ago that India didn’t like, and they’ve sulked ever since.
The over-riding fear is the belief that he will transgress again. It is not a matter of ‘if’, but ‘when’, and what further damage will be done to the club’s reputation?
I recently attended a meeting at Anglo American. I found them to be living their values - values that were lived by the founder and have been passed down through generations.
Sitting out can disrupt their rhythm and make it that much harder to get into the groove when they do return
A new market analysis survey shows that households that have between R3 500 and R10 000 a month to spend, tend to spend 7% on clothing and footwear, and 3% on education.
When I raced out of the office on the evening of September 5th, all I knew was that there’d been a serious accident in Pinetown with multiple fatalities, but more was waiting...
Jeremy Maggs on corporate procurement departments and the battle to win consumers hearts
Players falling to the ground too easily is something that has crept more and more into football as players cheat to try and earn an advantage for their team
How referee Romain Poite could not use the TMO for such a crucial decision, in such a crucial match, is beyond inept. It is a disgrace.
I have to say that I’m encouraged to see Cricket SA once again attempting to take on the transformation issue and solve it once and for all, with the staging of the first indaba.
The end of the international break means a return to club football this weekend and there are a number of eye-catching fixtures in Europe’s top leagues to look forward to.
While we embrace the noble tenets of democracy, openness, transparency and accountability, the reality is hypocrisy has become a new trademark in SA, writes Fred Khumalo.
It would be hard to make any comparisons between the England and South Africa national teams in terms of actual footballing ability, but there are some similarities.
Spot on with the both the Kirchner selection and the blunt force trauma approach up front, perhaps the key learning for Heyneke Meyer is that Bok flair can be added out wide.
So we have now heard both sides of the sorry tale of Thulani Serero’s axing from the Bafana Bafana squad ahead of Saturday’s 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifier...
The internal leadership of any organisation needs to be healthy if it's to lead its market or constituents into an uncertain future.
Take the ad for what it is, a creative transient idea simply linking product to attribute, says Jeremy Maggs, who does not buy any argument that adverts promote offence.
The notoriously satirical Loyiso Gola returns to your screen in the eighth season of Late Nite News (LNN). Watch the mayhem your favourite host is about to unleash…
President Zuma laughs a lot and is easy to get on with but the perception, rightly or wrongly, is that things are not going that well in South Africa.
It sounds like the US is taking one step forward and two steps backwards with regard to bringing stability in the Middle East.
With 7 of the 10 CAF 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifying groups yet to be decided going into the final round of matches, it promises to be an exciting climax to the second pool stage.
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