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WATCH | ‘Kaizer Chiefs will never win this league’, says Junior Khanye

WATCH | ‘Kaizer Chiefs will never win this league’, says Junior Khanye

Junior Khanye has said that this season’s long-time Absa Premiership leaders Kaizer Chiefs will not win the league title this season, and tipped defending champions Mamelodi Sundowns to clinch it again.

‘We will see who has quality,’ VUT coach warns

Sundowns might be recent African champions, but that has not stopped VUT coach Stanley Nkoane spitting fire on his team’s chances against the Brazilians in Sunday’s Nedbank Cup match-up.

Pitso hopes to play CAF final in the country

South Africa faces stiff competition in its attempts to bring the CAF Champions League and Confederation Cup final to the country.

Mosimane backs Maboe amid boos

Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane has backed off-form striker Lebohang Maboe to come good

‘I am not talking about top 8’

Bloemfontein Celtic coach Lehlohonolo Seema says he will only start entertaining talks of finishing in the top eight when his team get to 30 points.

Celtic happy to go back to 'slaughter house'

Home is where the heart is, and Bloemfontein Celtic can't wait to return to their place of comfort after a terrible week away.

Benni McCarthy feels league's still wide open

With many backing Chiefs, Pirates and Sundowns to challenge for the Absa Premiership title, ex-Cape Town City coach Benni McCarthy feels the league is still wide open for any of the top-five teams.

SuperSport have thrown away title shot - Ronwen Williams

SuperSport United goalkeeper Ronwen Williams has thrown in the towel in the PSL title race.

'Bonginkosi Ntuli deserves a Bafana look-in'

With him the only South African in the top-five on the Absa Premiership scoring charts, does AmaZulu striker Bonginkosi Ntuli, 28, deserve a Bafana Bafana call-up?

Highlands Park want to settle score with Chiefs

Highlands Park have a score to settle when they square off against Kaizer Chiefs in the Nedbank Cup last 16 at Makhulong Stadium tomorrow (3pm).

Reeve Frosler targets league and Nedbank Cup double

Kaizer Chiefs defender Reeve Frosler has a strong feeling Amakhosi can win both the league and the Nedbank Cup.

Trainers slam Rodney Berman's 'mismatch'

It is impossible for boxing matchmakers to please everyone when it comes to putting together boxing bouts because people have different views about the term "quality" when it comes to opponents.

Being a female tripped Gloria Hlalele's talent

Twenty-six years after the birth of Banyana Banyana, the women's national soccer team has finally come of age.

Ex-gangster Kunert finds redemption in ring

Our past should not really define who we are as human beings, especially if we happened to have been found on the wrong side of the law.

Gavin vows Hunt for title still on despite setback

Bidvest Wits coach Gavin Hunt remains optimistic that his side still have a chance of turning things around in the Absa Premiership title race.

Pitso not writing VUT amateurs off

Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane is not taking anything for granted as they prepare to face minnows Vaal University of Technology (VUT).

Junior Simunye proud to represent Africa at softball's Youth World Cup

The fact that most South Africans are not aware of a major youth championship kicking off this weekend, has not put a damper on Mamphiri Sethosa as he prepares the SA under-18 team for Softball Youth World Cup in New Zealand. Sethosa's team is the only African representative in the tournament playing under the auspices of the World Baseball Softball Confederation (WBSC), from from Saturday to March 1 in Palmerston North Sethosa’s youngsters, known as Simunye Junior,  were the last nation to ...

Benni McCarthy: 'It is Kaizer Chiefs’ league title to lose'

Benni McCarthy believes that long-time leaders Kaizer Chiefs are favourites to win the league title this season.

SA skipper Quinton de Kock turns his attention to Australia

Proteas limited overs skipper Quinton de Kock doesn’t seem to be hung up over the events of that fractitious 2018 Australia tour‚ nor does he sound keen to open up those old wounds when SA and the visitors meet in the first of three T20I’s at the Wanderers on Friday.

Percy Tau named in Club Brugge team to face Man United

Percy Tau has been named in Club Brugge’s squad for the start of the Uefa Europa League knockout rounds as the Belgians face off against English giants Manchester United on Thursday.

Roger Federer to miss French Open after knee surgery

Roger Federer has said he will miss a number of tournaments, including the French Open that begins in May, after undergoing knee surgery in Switzerland on Wednesday.

'It is not cheating‚' says Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane

Bloemfontein Celtic coach Lehlohonolo Seema says the Mamelodi Sundowns players who deliberately picked up yellow cards in the Absa Premiership clash between the two sides at Loftus on Wednesday night did not do anything wrong.

Sharks name team to face the the Rebels

With Sharks captain Lukhanyo Am given a break this week‚ exciting halfback Sanele Nohamba gets a chance to start at scrumhalf in Saturday’s Super Rugby encounter between the Durban side and the Rebels in Ballarat.

Boxing SA's move to lure female promoters to the sport paying off

Boxing SA's attempts to encourage women entrepreneurs to join the sport is proving to be beneficial to those who were awaiting a chance of staging and promoting fights.

Bafana Bafana remain unmoved at number 71 in the latest FIFA world rankings

Bafana Bafana remain unmoved at number 71 in the latest FIFA world rankings released on Thursday‚ with very little change to the list last released in mid-December.

Relegation battle set to go down to the wire

Four contenders on 20 points.

'Just part of the game', says Pitso Mosimane

Was it unsporting behaviour or did Mamelodi Sundowns just box clever?

Richard Ofori yearns for a gold medal

Maritzburg hero wants Ke Yona cup.

Proteas bowling consultant Langeveldt knows it’s the bowlers who win the game

As an ace death-bowler during his playing days‚ Proteas bowling consultant Charl Langeveldt knows it’s the bowlers who win the game.
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