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Cricket SA has just 'untransformed overnight', says former president Basson

Cricket SA has just 'untransformed overnight', says former president Basson

Transformation expert and veteran sport administrator Dr Willie Basson has said Cricket South Africa’s (CSA) management composition has “untransformed overnight”.

Belgium-based ex-Pirates star Lyle Foster on Percy Tau: 'We don’t necessarily hang out'

Having Bafana Bafana star Percy Tau in the same city of Bruges serves as comfort and can be an advantage for Cercle Brugge forward Lyle Foster, the Orlando Pirates youth product says.

Travis Ismaiel returns to the Bulls

Travis Ismaiel is back at Loftus. The Bulls have confirmed that the explosive Springboks winger is returning to Pretoria after a short stint with the Harlequins in the English Premiership.

Cheslin Kolbe's French club Toulouse agree to salary cut

South African Rugby World Cup winner Cheslin Kolbe's French club Toulouse announced on Wednesday their squad will take a pay cut of up to 15% for next season.

Time flies | Matsau and Booth remember the game that took SA to the Sydney Olympics 20 years ago

Former star Daniel “Massaro” Matsau remembers the majestic goal he scored to take the SA Under-23 side to the Sydney Olympics 20 years ago as if the game was played yesterday.

Fifa instructor Heredia warns of the struggles facing goalkeepers when football returns

Fifa and Caf goalkeeper training instructor Alejandro “Alex” Heredia says the ‘keepers face serious challenges in their bid to regain full sharpness when football eventually resumes due to the specialised nature of their craft.

'I didn’t want to participate in any rugby:' Nodada on turning down Bryan Habana's former school

Cape Town City’s ace midfielder Thabo Nodada has revealed that he had to make a tough decision‚ and stick by his guns against some initial resistance‚ choosing football over rugby at Johannesburg’s King Edward VII School (Kes).

Thabo Nodada explains why white footballers don't come through from youth level

Cape Town City midfielder Thabo Nodada has given a remarkable breakdown of why so much football talent – and particularly white talent – gets lost in the South African private school system.

SA Rugby pour cold water on suggestions of mini World Cup

Plans for a World Cup style tournament 2021 to help ease the financial crisis in rugby appear further from reality than its architects believe it to be.

Banyana star thrills fans in Belarus as she can't stop scoring

While South African footballers are twiddling their thumbs under lockdown at home due to Covid-19‚ Eastern Cape-born Banyana Banyana star Bambanani Mbane is tearing the goal net apart in the Balarus Premier Women’s League.

Striker Tendai Ndoro and Highlands Park part ways

Zimbabwe striker Tendai Ndoro and Highlands Park have parted ways‚ bringing to an end a rather quiet working relationship that did not yield the form he delivered at his stints with previous South African clubs.

Boxing body forced into action as lockdown restrictions bite

Boxing Legends United has been forced into early action by the Covid-19 pandemic‚ stepping in to help struggling retired fighters and their families.

'God of cricket' Tendulkar looms over India prodigy Shaw

Comparisons to India's "god of cricket" Sachin Tendulkar have not always helped Prithvi Shaw as he seeks to put a doping ban and injury worries behind him and cement his place in the national side.

Lifting Premier League trophy in empty stadium would be 'strange', says Henderson

Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson says playing at an empty Anfield and winning the Premier League title with no fans present would be "pretty strange".

Western Force back for Australian Super Rugby competition

Perth-based Western Force will get another crack at top-flight Australian rugby, after being asked to join a coronavirus-enforced domestic Super Rugby tournament.

Nollis Marais joins the Bulls coaching staff as breakdown specialist

After signing eight players during a flurry of activity on the market in the last few weeks‚ Bulls director of rugby Jake White turned his attention to strengthening the backroom staff on Wednesday as part of the continuing major overhaul at Loftus.

Travis Ismaiel returns to the Bulls

Travis Ismaiel is back at Loftus.

Preparations continue for T20 World Cup this year - ICC

The International Cricket Council has told Reuters it is continuing its preparations for the Twenty20 World Cup to be held in Australia in October-November and denied reports on Wednesday that a decision had been taken to postpone the event.

'Celtic sale will cost players jobs'

Some Bloemfontein Celtic players could find themselves without employment should the sale of the club go ahead.

Mlungisi Maranti keeps PSL dream alive

Goalie wants t steer TS Sporting to elite league

PSL has some options to end season

The PSL is in a tight corner and has limited options as it is now evident that completing the 2019/20 season by July 31 is unlikely.

Why Lucky Lekgwathi wants De Reuck at Pirates

As Orlando Pirates are believed to be interested in both Maritzburg United centre-backs Siyanda Xulu and Rushine de Reuck, indications show they're just casting their net wide but only need one of them.

Boxer sells fat cakes to survive as tough times get worse

The dream of conquering the world as a boxer is fizzling out for Ellen "Tigress" Simwaka, who left home in Malawi for greener pastures in South Africa.

Gabuza in hot water for breaking lockdown rules

Towering SuperSport United striker Thamsanqa Gabuza and his friends were arrested for alleged reckless and negligent driving and breaking lockdown regulations.

Basson on the transformation crisis in Gauteng cricket: 'We should not be even having this discussion in 2020'

The findings and recommendations of the Langa commission of inquiry into the affairs of Gauteng cricket are “as valid as they were when they were first published as they are today”, said Dr Willie Basson.

Bale questions critics of golf hobby

Real Madrid forward Gareth Bale says he is still confused that his love for playing golf has caused such a stir in Spain and questioned why other elite sportsmen are not criticised for playing the game.

Premier League clubs to vote on next stage of Project Restart

Premier League clubs will vote on Wednesday over whether to move to the second phase of Project Restart as they intensify efforts to return to full action.

Faul set to continue in his role as CSA's acting CEO beyond expiry of his short contract

Dr Jacques Faul is expected to continue in his role as Cricket South Africa's (CSA) acting chief executive officer beyond the expiry of his short six-month contract next month.
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