All Blacks unfazed by World Cup advert snub

The All Blacks have dismissed a promotional video for next year's rugby World Cup that excludes them.

Kirk rallies to win the Deutsche Bank

Chris Kirk closed with a 5-under 66 on Monday to win the Deutsche Bank Championship and bolster his case for a Ryder Cup pick.


Keshi to lead Nigeria in Durban

Stephen Keshi will be in charge of Nigeria when they face South Africa in a 2015 African Nations Cup qualifier in Cape Town on September 10.


Ali Bacher hails legendary cricketer after his death at 103

Legendary South African cricketer Norman Gordon died in Johannesburg on Tuesday at the age of 103.

United sign Radamel Falcao on one-year loan

A week after signing Angel Di Maria, Manchester United persuaded striker Radamel Falcao to join the faltering club in European football's most eye-catching switch of the summer.

Football legends take the pitch for charity game

The Pupi beat Scholas 6-3 in the Match for Peace, an inter-religion game organised by Pope Francis on Monday in Rome.

Kings coach demands royal performance after Lions loss

Eastern Province Kings coach Carlos Spencer was a frustrated man after his team suffered their fourth straight loss in the Currie Cup, going down 41-22 to the Lions.

Boks turn attention to ailing scrum

Veteran Springbok lock Victor Matfield, who missed both opening Tests against the South Americans because of a knee injury, on Friday admitted the scrums were a source of concern.

Du Plessis proves himself once again

Faf du Plessis has had his share of international cricket highs and lows.

Aussies humbled as Zim secure shock three-wicket win

Captain Elton Chigumbura hit a fluent half-century as Zimbabwe secured a shock three-wicket win over Australia, only their second ever victory over the four-times world champions.

Murray dumps Tsonga out of US Open

Andy Murray pulled out the sort of tough win he had been missing this year, beating Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in three long sets.

Williams through to quarter-final of US Open, Bouchard out

Five-time champion Serena Williams reached her first Grand Slam quarter-final of 2014 at the US Open while Canadian Eugenie Bouchard was knocked out.


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