by Wardah Hartley

In between sports anchoring and attempting some sports herself, Wardah Hartley takes some time out to share what she really thinks about all the drama and action that makes sports headlines.

Oct 2013

The Sharks vs Newlands

If the Sharks think that the Province side is the only thing they’ll have to face on Saturday, they have another thing coming. While they are no strangers to Newlands, the stakes are much higher this weekend. From a Capetonian who has been a part of that partisan Newlands crowd before – they are a force all on their own for the visiting team to square up to and sometimes they can...
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Sep 2013

Messi worth 5 Bales

It’s been an exceptionally busy week in the European football world and they have got footie fans talking and debating on all sorts of things, me included! So I thought I would take some time out and share with you what I have been mulling over this week. Being labelled ‘The world’s most expensive player’ is both a blessing and a curse. When newest Real Madrid signing Gareth Bale looks at his...
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Aug 2013

“The Kids are NOT alright”

I am sure I was not the only one left wanting after the end of the IAAF World Athletics Championships.  I felt disappointed not so much with our athletes but rather the shambles our governing bodies – Athletics South Africa and SASCOC -- are in. The world champs came to an end on Sunday night – South Africa had only one bronze medal to show for their efforts.  Let me just...
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A series of powerful gas blasts killed at least 24 people and injured up to 271 in the southern Taiwanese city of Kaohsiung.
An international probe into the downing of flight MH17 in eastern Ukraine inched forward on Thursday as experts risked attack to reach the site for the first time.
Czech fugitive Radovan Krejcir’s co-accused was coerced into making a statement following his arrest, the High Court in Johannesburg heard on Thursday.

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