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Daniels holds no grudges over SuperSport's long-deal snub

Daniels holds no grudges over SuperSport's long-deal snub

Departing SuperSport United defender Clayton Daniels says he understands the club philosophy of believing in young players who will take them forward.

Mtshali puts music on pause to return to football

New Chippa United goalkeeper Ayanda Mtshali has narrated how the agony of being club-less in 2018 prompted him to venture into the music industry.

The rise and fall of Mahlambi

It has been the case of so much promise and hype, yet little delivered for Phakamani Mahlambi.

Chiefs sweat over Mphahlele's fitness

Kaizer Chiefs are still sweating over the fitness of defender Ramahlwe Mphahlele ahead of tomorrow's CAF Champions League preliminary round second leg against PWD Bamenda at the FNB Stadium (6pm).

War of words breaks out between SA sports bosses and Anele Ngcongca's grieving family

South Africans were left stunned on Wednesday as a war of words continued between the sports ministry and Anele Ngcongca's grieving family.

Mark Wood insists he's not on a quest to prove a point: 'I just want to play for England'

Just when South Africa thought they’d be getting respite from out-and-out pace with Jofra Archer being rested for the three-match ODI series against South Africa‚ in comes Mark Wood to replace him.

How Rassie van der Dussen’s transformation bodes well for SA ahead of Friday’s first ODI vs England

Rassie van der Dussen’s transformation from a stroke-less wonder on Sunday to a boundary-filled warrior on Tuesday was something to witness.

Ambition will be a buzzword at AmaZulu‚ says new owner Zungu

AmaZulu’s new owner Sandile Zungu wants to restore ambition to the KwaZulu-Natal sleeping giants.

'We are trying and we want to win': Boucher after the Proteas suffered a series whitewash to England

When Proteas coach Mark Boucher started his international career in 1997‚ England was neither here nor there as a cricketing nation.

Cricket SA interim board denies flouting due processes in execution of its mandate

Some members of the Cricket South Africa (CSA) interim board are facing accusations of improper conduct and flouting due processes after company secretary Welsh Gwaza was allegedly suspended without board resolution.

How strong is Patrice Motsepe's bid for the Caf presidency?

Patrice Motsepe’s path to the Confederation of African Football (Caf) presidency might be easier with incumbent Ahmad Ahmad out of the race‚ but the odds still seem to be stacked against the Mamelodi Sundowns owner to succeed.

Top SA Equestrian Federation official fired

SA Equestrian Federation (SAEF) secretary-general Wessel Strauss has been fired‚ SowetanLIVE has learned from various sources.

WP prop Frans Malherbe muses over the challenge of taking on the Golden Lions at Ellis Park

No-one dares calling Western Province one-trick ponies but it is hard not to recognise the show they put on at scrum time.

Five things Phakamani Mahlambi needs to do if he is to resurrect his career at AmaZulu

AmaZulu have offered a lifeline to Phakamani Mahlambi and given him a chance to resurrect a once promising career that has blighted by reported off-the-field problems and a litany of injuries in the last few seasons.

Sports minister Mthethwa and provincial MEC accused of snubbing Ngcongca's family after his death

Anele Ngcongca's family has accused sports minister Nathi Mthethwa and the Western Cape provincial government of snubbing them following the death of the former Bafana Bafana and Mamelodi Sundowns defender last week.

Dearnaley mourns death of another childhood team-mate: he played with Small‚ Batchelor‚ Shaw

Former AmaZulu striker George Dearnaley says it has been surreal and unnerving to realise that that three high-profile members of his Southern Transvaal under-12 team have died following the passing on the weekend of Nicky Shaw.

Australia hopes to pack in fans for India as crowd limits lifted

Australia will hope to play to a full house against India in their Twenty20 match next week as crowd caps lift in the country's most populous state of New South Wales (NSW).

Russell to stand in for Hamilton at Sakhir GP

Britain's George Russell will stand in at Mercedes for Lewis Hamilton at the Sakhir Grand Prix after the seven-times Formula One world champion tested positive for Covid-19, Russell's Williams team said on Wednesday

Rugby mirrors society with racism issues, says England coach Eddie Jones

Rugby has improved its position on racism but the sport is a reflection of society and there is still work to do, England coach Eddie Jones said on Tuesday following the sanctions handed out to three Argentine players

Augustine Kwem loving the striker competition at Chippa

Kwem had a successful debut season in the PSL, netting eight goals across all competitions.

Baroka's Richard Mbulu now firing on all cylinders

Baroka striker Richard Mbulu turned a laughing stock last season when he failed to score even a single goal from 29 matches across all tournaments.

Ramagalela vows to change Leopards' spot in relegation zone

Rodney Ramagalela is tired of seeing Black Leopards fighting for relegation every season and wants to change that.

Will Fuzile blow his comeback chance?

Expectations are that Azinga Fuzile will make a ”golden” return to action next Sunday afternoon at Orient Theatre in East London.

Can Shalulile, Erasmus and Zwane emulate the 'CBD'?

The lethality of the Mamelodi Sundowns trio of Peter Shalulile, Kermit Erasmus and Themba Zwane is gradually evoking memories of the “CBD”, which was a deadly partnership formed by Leonardo Castro, Khama Billiat and Keagan Dolly.

Kaitano Tembo won't rush to replace Daniels

Instead of venturing into the transfer market to replace veteran defender Clayton Daniels, SuperSport United coach Kaitano Tembo says it is time to groom youngsters to take over from him.

'No revolt at TTM, players paid in full'

Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila (TTM) owner Lawrance Mulaudzi has denied that his players refused to train in protest of unpaid salaries yesterday.

Monstrous Malan and bludgeoning Buttler batter shameful South Africa into submission on the way to series whitewash

Rassie van der Dussen and Faf du Plessis did their best to stave off the ignominy of a whitewash at home, but Jos Buttler and Dawid Malan cakewalked what should have been a tough chase by nine wickets with 14 balls to spare.

Cricket South Africa’s company secretary Welsh Gwaza to face a disciplinary hearing

Cricket South Africa’s company secretary Welsh Gwaza will be subjected to a disciplinary hearing on December 14 as the Forensic Report that CSA released last week starts to reel in officials who were named in it.

Rabada ruled out of the three-match ODI series against England due to injury

The Proteas will have to navigate the three-match ODI series against England without the injured Kagiso Rabada.
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