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Shalulile strikes brace as 10-man Sundowns snatch late win against Leopards

Shalulile strikes brace as 10-man Sundowns snatch late win against Leopards

Mamelodi Sundowns were matched blow-for-blow by Black Leopards, and in the end it was the 10-man Brazilians who smash and grabbed a late 2-1 DStv Premiership win at Thohoyandou Stadium on Wednesday.

Springboks scrumhalf Ivan van Zyl on the cusp of achieving a personal milestone

Springboks scrumhalf Ivan van Zyl is on the cusp of achieving a personal milestone and lifelong dream if the Bulls overcome the Sharks to lift the Currie Cup trophy on Saturday.

Retired referee Veldsman gives lowdown on how match officials prepare for Currie Cup final

Retired referee and television match official (TMO) Shaun Veldsman has given the lowdown on how match officials prepare and the emotions they go through before and after a Currie Cup final.

Re-elected karate boss wants more competitions‚ less fighting

Sonny Pillay wants his third term as Karate SA (KSA) president to feature more competition and less fighting‚ with his ultimate dream to have Durban hosting the world championships in 2023.

Sports minister Nathi Mthethwa fires CSA board chair Zak Yacoob after tirade against journalist

Sports minister Nathi Mthethwa has told the Cricket South Africa interim board that its chairperson justice Zak Yacoob must go.

Pakistan's Fawad Alam punishes South Africa with century

Fawad Alam put Pakistan in control of the first test against South Africa, chalking up a superb century to lead the home side to 308 for eight by the close of day two in Karachi for a first innings lead of 88 runs.

Cosafa region agrees to back Patrice Motsepe's bid for CAF presidency

The Council of Southern Africa Football Associations (Cosafa) will vote for South Africa's Patrice Motsepe at the election for the new Confederation of African Football president in March.

Sports minister Nathi Mthethwa fires CSA board chair Zak Yacoob after tirade against journalist

Sports minister Nathi Mthethwa has told the Cricket South Africa (CSA) interim board that its chairperson, justice Zak Yacoob, must go.

Ibrahimovic apologised for Milan derby red card - Pioli

AC Milan coach Stefano Pioli said Zlatan Ibrahimovic had apologised after he was sent off during his side's 2-1 defeat to rivals Inter Milan in a fiery derby on Tuesday.

Cricket SA's members council asks chairperson Zak Yacoob to provide reasons why he should not be suspended

Retired Justice Zak Yacoob has been asked by the Cricket South Africa (CSA) members council to provide reasons why he should not be suspended as the interim chairperson of the board afterbringing the organisation into disrepute.

Cricket Australia board asked about vaccine timeline for South Africa tour

Australia's cricket board said on Wednesday it had asked authorities about the timeline for Covid-19 vaccinations as part of its planning for the South Africa tour, amid debate over whether athletes should be given priority access in the rollout.

Nadal, Serena support strict Covid-19 protocols in Australia

Rafa Nadal feels tennis players are privileged to be able to compete at the Australian Open during the Covid-19 pandemic and urged fellow participants to have a wider perspective of the strict health measures in the country.

Vanessa Bryant remembers Kobe, Gianna on anniversary of deaths

Vanessa Bryant took to social media on Tuesday to share her thoughts on the one-year anniversary of the death of her husband, Kobe, and daughter, Gianna.

Athletes frustrated by lack of action before Olympic Games

With no guarantees of races during an Olympic year, SA are frustrated by Athletics SA (ASA) decision to suspend racing until further notice.

Promoters body extends term for board members

The term of office for the newly elected executive of the Gauteng Boxing Promoters Association (GBPA) has been extended from 12 months to three years, chairpersonman Tshele Kometsi has announced.

Seema braces himself for Downs acid test

The best thing about Black Leopards interim coach Lehohonolo Seema's first match in charge is that his players do not need extra motivation for their next DStv Premiership encounter.

Khumalo to play more roles at SuperSport after hanging up his boots

United chief executive Stan Matthews has laid bare their desire to give veteran defender Bongani Khumalo a job within the club after retiring.

NKARENG MATSHE | PSL not blameless in havoc wreaked by TTM

The drama which has followed Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila since their arrival in the DStv Premiership has been nothing short of a publicity disaster for the Premier Soccer League.

Phalane still on Celtic transfer list despite great form

Lantshene Phalane’s impressive performance in Bloemfontein Celtic’s goalless draw against Mamelodi Sundowns has not convinced the management to take him off the transfer list.

Pirates and Galaxy play out to lively draw in Soweto

Orlando Pirates and TS Galaxy played out to an entertaining 1-1 DStv Premiership draw at Orlando Stadium on Tuesday afternoon.

Chiefs go to five matches unbeaten, but find Baroka too tough to crack

Kaizer Chiefs went to five matches unbeaten, and on balance of play might have felt they could have had more than a second DStv Premiership draw in succession, 1-1 against Baroka FC at FNB Stadium on Tuesday.

No demons in Karachi pitch, just poor batting says South Africa’s Elgar

South Africa opener Dean Elgar believes the perceived 'demons' in the pitch at the National Stadium in Karachi, where 14 wickets fell on the opening day of the first test against Pakistan on Tuesday, are mostly in the minds of the batsmen.

Pirates coach Zinnbauer happy with the contribution of 18-year-old Azola Tshobeni

Josef Zinnbauer has said that says if players are ready to play a role‚ and they fit into his tactical plan for a match‚ they will be fielded regardless of age.

Pakistan put Proteas in a spin, but tourists fight back in first test

Pakistan spinners Yasir Shah and Nauman Ali took five wickets between them to restrict South Africa to 220 all out, but the home side faltered in reply to close on 33 for four on day one of a fast-moving first test in Karachi on Tuesday.

Blue Bulls and the Sharks resume a Currie Cup rivalry that dates back to 1990

The Blue Bulls and the Sharks may not have the most enduring rivalry in Currie Cup finals but it has been one of raging intensity since sparks first flew in 1990.

IOC board to mull Tokyo matters - but not cancellation

The Tokyo Olympics will top the agenda when the International Olympic Committee's executive board meets on Wednesday - but with the board firmly backing the event, any talk of scrapping it altogether due to the COVID-19 pandemic is highly unlikely.

Reasons behind coach Dylan Kerr's resignation from his job at Black Leopards finally revealed

Dylan Kerr resigned from his job as head coach of Black Leopards over a fallout he had with assistant-coach Lehlohonolo Seema‚ a source has alleged.

Besieged Cricket SA appoints 'executive support officer'

An executive support officer has been appointed to serve as a link between the embattled Cricket South Africa (CSA) interim board and the management team.

New TTM owner has ambitious plans for the troubled side he purchased for around R40m

The new owner of Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila FC (TTM) purchased the crisis-riddled club for around R40m and he says he will unveil the ambitious plans he has for the side at the end of the week.
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