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South Africa coach Gordon Igesund is wary of Namibia before a Cosafa Cup quarterfinal in Zambia Saturday.
Powerful earthquakes thousands of kilometres away can trigger swarms of minor quakes near waste water injection wells like those used in oil and gas recovery, scientists say.
Prosecutors will investigate allegations that Egypt's ousted president escaped from prison during the 2011 revolution with help from the Palestinian militant group Hamas.
The SA Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee has instituted a defamation claim of R21.1-million against sports journalist Graeme Joffe in the High Court in Johannesburg.
The world-champion All Blacks will play Japan in Tokyo in November ahead of their European tour, officials said Friday.
Brazil's Maracana football stadium, one of the sport's most hallowed and raucous grounds, has some new rules of etiquette: remain seated during games and please wear a shirt.
CONCACAF officials say they have identified someone who attempted to bribe two Belize footballers prior to their Gold Cup match against the United States on Tuesday.
Super-middleweight champion Robert Stieglitz is wary of Japanese challenger Yuzo Kiyota's aggressive style ahead of Saturday's world title fight.
Soup is to winter what ice cream is to a hot summer’s day. It’s the ultimate cold weather comfort food. One Johannesburg mom has turned simple soups into gourmet meals.
Tens of thousands of workers across Brazil walked off their jobs on Thursday in a peaceful nationwide strike demanding better working conditions and improved public services. would like to send you push notifications.
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