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The Lions face the bottom of the table Sharks in Durban on Friday with not one, but two fly-halves in the starting 15.
Are commissions of inquiry truly aimed at uncovering injustice and righting wrongs, or are they simply lame-ducks that are costing victims and tax-payers dearly?
It's hard to know how much to read into Wednesday’s 2-0 defeat to Nigeria in the Nelson Mandela Challenge.
Selflessly and with only you in mind I spent a considerable portion of a weekday morning in a shopping mall toilet. You’re welcome.
It now appears that want-away striker Luis Suarez has done a dramatic u-turn and decided that he will stay at Liverpool after all, saying the love of his fans means he cannot leave
Bafana Bafana coach Gordon Igesund named a massive squad of 28 players for the international friendlies with Nigeria and Burkina Faso later this month.
No official tighthead prop as backup to the hugely overplayed Janie du Plessis, while accepting terms as to when a player can and cannot play for the Boks from a Japanese club?
Orlando Pirates’ excellent 3-0 victory over defending champions Al Ahli in the African Champions League must go down as one of South Africa’s footballing highlights.
Give or take a nought here or there, the value of the global market research industry is around $50 billion a year.
None of the teams kicking off the CAF Champions League over the last six days have shown their hand. It has been a cagey start with few indicators of upcoming form or potential.
David Moyes is starting to learn the hard way about the increased scrutiny placed on a manager when they are in charge of one of the world’s biggest clubs.
I hadn’t heard Hansie Cronje’s name for some time when it popped up on the radio in a story concerning the Indian police and a match-fixing charge sheet.
Ajax Cape Town entered a new era in the club’s history last week when the Comitis brothers were officially bought out by their brother-in-laws, the Estafious.
The resignation of Barcelona boss Tito Vilanova last was a brave move by a man with much more weighty issues than team selection in his life.
One transfer saga that is set to drag on this window is that of Luis Suarez and his attempts to win a move away from Liverpool.
The walking issue has reared its head once again, as it does from time to time, with England’s Stuart Broad the latest player to thrust himself into the spotlight.
In the age of hyper media acceleration and societal attention deficit, brand zombies have become nothing more than hot air and white noise.
The Egyptian political crisis has brought football to a standstill and left organisers scrambling to get the fabled derby match between Al Ahli and Zamalek underway.
South Africa’s COSAFA Cup Zambia 2013 semifinal against the hosts on Wednesday has the potential to be entertaining, but the cards are stacked very much in Zambia’s favour.
I find the negativity from PSL clubs and fans around the COSAFA Cup mystifying and an unfortunate affirmation of what the rest of the Southern African region feels about us.
One of the biggest ‘signings’ new Manchester United boss David Moyes could make in this transfer window would be to persuade Wayne Rooney to remain at Old Trafford.
Everton fans had a nickname for David Moyes when he was manager of the team: Dithering Dave. It had to do with his hesitancy to spend money in the transfer market.
When it became clear I didn’t have the prowess to be a test cricketer or the intelligence to be a brain surgeon, my thoughts turned to the craft of journalism.
Gordon Igesund’s selection for the COSAFA Cup Zambia 2013 has a nice balance between experienced PSL stars and young up-and-coming talents that should represent the future. would like to send you push notifications.
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