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The PSL prepares to challenge Acting Judge Nyathi's order that forced the postponement of the playoffs

The PSL prepares to challenge Acting Judge Nyathi's order that forced the postponement of the playoffs

The protracted controversy over who will be automatically promoted to the Premiership next season took another twist on Tuesday afternoon after the Premier Soccer League Executive Committee (PSL) said they would seek leave to appeal the order that was handed down by Acting Judge Nyathi on Monday night.

Wayde van Niekerk will make Olympic qualifying bid on Saturday‚ says his agent

Wayde van Niekerk will make his first bid to qualify for the Tokyo Olympics this season when he competes in the 400m in Madrid on Saturday night‚ his agent Peet van Zyl said.

Sweden make no apologies after grim Spain stalemate

Sweden were out-passed by a factor of over five to one against Spain in their opening Euro 2020 Group E match but they made no apologies for shutting down the Spaniards in a dull 0-0 draw on Monday.

Spain coach Luis Enrique rues missed chances but defends game plan

Spain coach Luis Enrique rued missed chances from his side in their 0-0 European Championship draw with Sweden on Monday, insisting he will not be changing his style of play despite getting off to a disappointing start in the tournament.

Durandt feels Thysse's a future star of SA boxing

Brandon Thysse is synonymous with the word future, according to his trainer Damien Durandt who distinguished his charge as a rising star that will lighten up SA boxing.

Race against time to qualify for Olympics enters final lap

With two weeks to go before the Olympic Games qualification cut-off date, Athletics SA (ASA) excellence manager Hezekiel Sepeng is crossing his fingers that more local athletes will qualify before the track and field squad is announced.

Arduous season cited in Eriksen’s collapse

A long club season affected by the Covid-19 pandemic followed by a draining Euro 2020 tournament build-up could have contributed to Denmark midfielder Christian Eriksen’s horrific collapse, Croatia coach Zlatko Dalic said yesterday.

The PSL’s best and worst signings of the 2020/21 season

As the curtain has come down on the 2020/21 Premier Soccer League (PSL) campaign, Neville Khoza and Sihle Ndebele pick the five best and worst recruits of the season.

Royal, Bay told to be ready to play today

By yesterday, Royal AM appeared uncertain if they would play their first playoff match away to Richards Bay today, perhaps waiting to see if Gauteng deputy judge president Roland Sutherland grants them leave to appeal or not.

Zwane and Sheppard to lead Chiefs in CAF semis

Gavin Hunt’s departure from Kaizer Chiefs would not affect Amakhosi in the CAF Champions League.

WATCH | Patrik Schick stunner for Czechs leaves Scotland reeling

Patrik Schick scored one of the most remarkable goals in European Championship history as the Czech Republic beat Scotland 2-0 on Monday to get their Euro 2020 campaign off to a flying start and deflate home hopes in Glasgow.

Sportscaster Robert Marawa reveals he spent a week in ICU as he battled Covid-19

Popular sportscaster Robert Marawa has revealed that he battled Covid-19 for three weeks and his health deteriorated to such an extent that he spent a week in the ICU for High Care.

Stuart Baxter will not be on the bench when new club Chiefs face Wydad in the Champions League semis

Returning Kaizer Chiefs coach Stuart Baxter will not be on the bench when Amakhosi play the first leg of their Caf Champions League semifinal match in Casablanca on Saturday.

Danish players lament 'no third option' for match after Eriksen's collapse

Danish players expressed dissatisfaction on Monday at the position they were put in after team mate Christian Eriksen's collapse during their Euro 2020 opener on Saturday, having to decide whether to finish the match that evening or the next morning.

SA captain Elgar eyeing a clean sweep of the Test series against the West Indies

Captain Dean Elgar is eyeing a clean sweep of the series against the West Indies in St Lucia and wants a massive win in the opening Test to be a catalyst for better things ahead for this Proteas side.

Bulls players and management staff vaccinated ahead of overseas trip to face Italy's Benetton Treviso

The Bulls players and management staff have been vaccinated before their trip to the cross-hemisphere Pro14 Rainbow Cup final against Italian side Benetton Treviso at the Stadio di Monigo on Saturday.

Cricket SA nominations panel insist on Norman Arendse as independent director

The Cricket South Africa (CSA) nominations panel has stuck to its guns and insisted that it will appoint senior counsel Norman Arendse‚ despite objections from the organisation’s members council.

New Premiership season and start of the playoffs under threat as Royal AM file bid to stop the games

The start of the Premier Soccer League's (PSL) relegation/promotion playoffs on Tuesday and the coming DStv Premiership season are under threat after lower tier side Royal AM filed an application to stop the games from commencing as planned.

Thoka believes duo's success is fruit of Bakgaga’s belief in youngsters

Producing two young player of the season award winners two seasons running is the ultimate reward for Baroka's unrivalled faith in fledging stars.

Elgar pleased with SA's performance after winning his first match as Test captain

Dean Elgar said he was pleased with the Proteas' performance all-round after winning his first match as Test captain as the South Africans thrashed the West Indies inside three days in St Lucia.

Rayners admits settling in at Matsatsantsa wasn't easy

SuperSport United striker Iqraam Rayners unashamedly admits that he had a below-par season with the club as he struggled to adjust to conditions in Gauteng.

Pule feels it's unfair to blame JZ for Bucs' league woes

Orlando Pirates ace Vincent Pule has declared the players' support for under fire coach Josef Zinnbauer amid the uncertainty surrounding his future.

Underdogs Chiefs can go all the way to the final, says Kekana

Because Kaizer Chiefs are not expected to win the CAF Champions League, Mamelodi Sundowns captain Hlompho Kekana believes they can go all the way to the final.

Royal AM throw spanner in the works for playoffs

With Royal AM confirming they are heading to the Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA), the Premier Soccer League (PSL) playoffs are unlikely to start tomorrow.

Faf du Plessis suffers memory loss after concussion but recovering well

SA batsman Faf du Plessis said he suffered some memory loss after sustaining a concussion during a Pakistan Super League (PSL) T20 match in Abu Dhabi on Saturday but is confident of making a quick return to action.

SA's Garrick Higgo nets first career PGA win as Chesson Hadley unravels

South African Garrick Higgo shot a three-under 68 and took advantage of Chesson Hadley's late collapse on Sunday to win the Palmetto Championship at Congaree by one stroke for his first career victory.

Mantengu pleads with robbers to return his valuable belts

Recently crowned WBA Pan African junior featherweight boxing champion Innocent “Tycoon” Mantengu is pleading for robbers to return his boxing belts.

Novak Djokovic beats Stefanos Tsitsipas to win French Open title

Novak Djokovic fought back from two sets down to beat Greek fifth seed Stefanos Tsitsipas 6-7(6) 2-6 6-3 6-2 6-4 to win the French Open title for the second time on Sunday.

Eriksen still in hospital but test results are normal, Danish team doctor says

Denmark's Christian Eriksen suffered a cardiac arrest when he collapsed during his side's Euro 2020 opening match against Finland, his team's doctor confirmed on Sunday, but the reason remained unclear.
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