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Former minister Balfour joins condemnation of postponement of Cricket SA's transformation project

Former minister Balfour joins condemnation of postponement of Cricket SA's transformation project

Former sports minister Ngconde Balfour has added his voice to the fierce denunciation of the Cricket South Africa (CSA) interim board's controversial decision to pull the plug on its transformation project on the eve of the start of the public hearings.

Why Hunt believes the Caf Champions League suits his Chiefs players better than the PSL

Kaizer Chiefs coach Gavin Hunt believes the slower‚ more methodical football in the Caf Champions League suits the players he has in his squad better than the somewhat helter-skelter nature of the DStv Premiership.

Sundowns lament the absence of talisman Themba Zwane

Mamelodi Sundowns coach Manqoba Mngqithi has lamented talisman Themba Zwane's absence in their 0-2 defeat to Al Ahly in a Caf Champions first leg quarterfinal match at the Al Salam Stadium in Egypt on Saturday.

The Lions once again left to count the cost of another defeat

Their 39-37 defeat in the Rainbow Cup SA against the Stormers will be hard to stomach for the Lions.

Mngqithi praises his Sundowns charges depite going down to Mosimane's Al Ahly

Manqoba Mngqithi has praised his Mamelodi Sundowns charges after the gutsy performance they delivered in their 0-2 defeat to Egyptian side Al Ahly in a Caf Champions League first leg quarterfinal encounter at the Al Salam Stadium in Egypt on Saturday.

Why Chiefs coach Gavin Hunt found himself giggling at FNB Stadium: 'So that’s why I laughed'

Gavin Hunt was laughing at a match situation where he felt if there was a turnover it would lead to a goal‚ and it did‚ the coach explained after Kaizer Chiefs’ 4-0 Caf Champions League quarterfinal first leg deconstruction of Simba FC.

Leotlela dips under 10 sec to qualify for Tokyo

The sprint sensation clocked in at 9.94 sec

Shock as Cricket SA interim board stops transformation project

The Cricket South Africa (CSA) interim board has pulled the plug on its transformation project on the eve of the start of public hearings in a shock move late on Sunday evening.

Tshakhuma close in on safety after 'massive' win

This loss is total nonsense, moans Middendorp

Beaten Sundowns definitely not out of CAF tie, says Mngqithi

Coach believes Pitso's Ahly will suffocate in Jozi's altitude

Hunt says Chiefs’ big win a reward for protesting fans

Kaizer Chiefs coach Gavin Hunt dedicated his biggest win since he took over as Amakhosi head coach to the club's supporters.

Advantage Raja as Pirates let lead slip

Bucs must score in second leg to progress

Taking boxing back to a golden age

Khulile Radu and other veterans have been tasked with renewing the sport

Mahlangu fit and ready for Paralympics in Japan

Teenage sensation says he has matured with age

Royal AM made to wait after Sekhukhune won‚ Richards Bay tumble out of contention

The race for automatic promotion was narrowed down to between leading Royal AM and second placed Sekhukhune United after long-time leaders Richards Bay tumbled down to fourth.

Pirates left to rue missed chances after 1-1 draw against Morocco’s Raja Casablanca

Orlando Pirates have a huge mountain to climb after they were held to a potentially costly draw by Morocco side Raja Casablanca in a Caf Confederation Cup quarterfinal first leg encounter at Orlando Stadium on Sunday afternoon.

Sundowns coach Mngqithi confident of bouncing back against Al Ahly in Tshwane

Mamelodi Sundowns coach Manqoba Mngqithi believes that his charges still have a chance to bounce back against Egyptian giants Al Ahly after losing the first leg of their Caf Champions League quarterfinal 2-0 at the Al Salam Stadium in Egypt on Saturday.

Pitso Mosimane outwits Sundowns as Ahly take quarterfinal lead in Cairo

Mamelodi Sundowns have a mammoth task on their hands after allowing reigning Caf Champions League holders Al Ahly to beat them 2-0 in the first leg of their quarterfinals at the Al Salam Stadium on Saturday night.

Tielemans stunner earns Leicester first FA Cup win

A magnificent long-range strike from Youri Tielemans gave Leicester City their first FA Cup triumph with a 1-0 victory over Chelsea at Wembley on Saturday, in front of the biggest crowd in England since March 2020.

Bulls outmuscle Sharks in Rainbow Cup clash

The Bulls are growing more accomplished with every outing.

Kaizer Chiefs smashing four past Simba has Gavin Hunt giggling in stitches

Domestically Kaizer Chiefs have perhaps never been worse, and in the Caf Champions League they just seem to get better, demolishing Simba SC 4-0 in the first leg of Amakhosi’s historic first quarterfinal at FNB Stadium on Saturday night.

Lions again commit hara-kiri against the Stormers

The Lions again committed harikiri just when they looked to be breathing life into an ailing campaign.

BREAKING | Bafana coach Hugo Broos's two South African assistants revealed

SA under-23 coach David Notoane and Molefi Ntseki are set to be named as new Bafana Bafana coach Hugo Broos' assistants in the coming days.

Crunch time at both ends of the GladAfrica Championship

Sekhukhune United coach MacDonald Makhubedu has asked his charges to finish the season with a flourish.

Mngqithi: Al Ahly vs Sundowns ‘one of the matches of the century’

Influential Mamelodi Sundowns creative midfielder Themba Zwane faces a late fitness test to ascertain whether he will face Al Ahly in their first leg of the Caf Champions League quarterfinals in Cairo on Saturday.

Chiefs’ new dawn under Gavin Hunt on the verge of disaster?

What started as the ushering in of the new dawn under coach Gavin Hunt is threatening to end in complete disaster for Kaizer Chiefs over the remaining weeks of the DStv Premiership campaign.

Cape Town delighted to host the British and Irish Lions Tour

Cape Town mayor Dan Plato is delighted after the confirmation that the city will be one of the host cities for the touring British and Irish Lions rugby tour.

Mixed messages: Broos reveals Ntseki as Bafana assistant, Safa issues denial

In another case of uncoordinated messaging from the Safa, Hugo Broos announced in a radio interview that former Bafana Bafana coach Molefi Ntseki would be his assistant, prompting a denial by Safa.

Federer calls for end to Tokyo Games uncertainty

Tennis great Roger Federer has called on Olympics organisers to end the uncertainty around the Tokyo Games, with the 20-times Grand Slam winner saying he was still in two minds whether to compete.
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