Baxter names Bafana Bafana squad

Bafana Bafana head coach Stuart Baxter's first task is an away 2019 African Nations Cup qualifier against Nigeria on June 10.

D-Day looms for PSL strugglers

Saturday marks the final day of the 2016/17 league season and with Bidvest Wits already crowned as champions.

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Dr Calder: The most successful woman in sport you may not have heard of

Dr Sherylle Calder, better known as the Eye Doctor, has worked with some of the world’s best sportsmen and women.

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The Clinch TV - Creating waves with The BigAl

In this cracking episode, Simon Stephens sits down with MMA enthusiast and host of The BigAlPodcast, Alastair Bishop.

Tottenham's Pochettino 'not going anywhere' - Levy

The Argentine's future has been the subject of speculation after Spurs secured second place in the English Premier League behind champions Chelsea.

Cup win won't disguise poor season, says Welbeck

The Gunners missed out on Champions League qualification for the first time in two decades when they finished fifth in the Premier League.

Warren Whiteley named Springbok captain

The squad, which consists of 18 forwards and 13 backs, was announced by SA Rugby President Mr Mark Alexander at the SuperSport Studios in Johannesburg on Tuesday.

Blitzbokke crowned Seven Series champions

The Blitzbokke are basking in glory after winning the World Rugby Sevens Series.

Morgan ton sets up England win over South Africa

Victory over the Proteas, the world's number-one ranked ODI side, gave England a morale boost just a week before they host the Champions Trophy tournament.

LIVE UPDATES: South Africa vs England in 1st ODI

South Africa, the world's number one ranked ODI side, selected Wayne Parnell ahead of Dwaine Pretorius, while fast bowler Morne Morkel was left out.

Djokovic crushes Thiem to secure Zverev Rome final

Djokovic, the former four-time champion, was forced to finish his quarter-final over Juan Martin del Potro earlier in the day after their match was rained off late on Friday.

Montjane loses in Japan Open wheelchair semi

Montjane battled until the bitter end as her 20-year-old Dutch opponent needed 190 minutes to finally put away the world No.10.

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