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Robert du Preez hands Sharks victory against Rebels in Durban

Robert du Preez hands Sharks victory against Rebels in Durban

The Sharks beat a predictable path in subduing the Melbourne Rebels in Durban on Saturday evening.

McKenzie stars as Chiefs down Bulls in Loftus

With each crushing blow, the noise levels from the Loftus stands grew flatter and flatter on Saturday afternoon.

UN-backed Semenya optimistic of CAS success in battle with IAAF

Double Olympic 800-metres champion Caster Semenya is “optimistic” of success in her appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) over eligibility regulations in athletics for female classification.

Bafana expect a football-friendly chill in Sfax for huge game against Libya

Bafana Bafana have been kept guessing by varying weather patterns – from hot‚ to windy‚ to heavy rain – to contend with in Tunisia‚ but seem destined to welcome cool conditions for Sunday’s Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Libya.

Sketchy late Beauden Barrett try gives 'Canes narrow win over Stormers

The Hurricanes edged the Stormers 34-28 in a thriller at the Wespac Stadium in Wellington on Saturday thanks to a controversial late try by Beauden Barrett.

Van der Dussen urges Proteas to whitewash Sri Lanka

Such is the humility of South Africa’s rising batting star Rassie van der Dussen that he doesn’t see himself as a shoo-in for the World Cup in England later in the year.

Proteas beat Sri Lanka by 16 runs to clinch series

South Africa produced an all-round performance to beat Sri Lanka by 16 runs and take an unassailable 2-0 lead in this T20 series that concludes at the Bullring in Johannesburg on Sunday.

Luther Singh sets up three goals as SA U-23s cruise past Angola

South Africa’s Under-23 team took a confident first step towards the 2020 Olympics as they comfortably strolled past Angola 3-1 in Luanda in Friday’s first leg of their 2019 Africa U-23 Cup of Nations (Afcon) qualifier.

Kenyans lament Diamond League scrapping 5000m

Both Kenya and Ethiopia have criticised the decision as "illegitimate" and even accused it of being made to "target African nations" which have dominated the distance events.

SA U-23s have a chequered Olympic record

South Africa’s Under-23 side wake from a three-year slumber on Friday to begin their quest to reach the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo.

Nedbank Ke Yona venues announced for young Bafana stars in waiting

The Nedbank Ke Yona (NKY) team search initiative has added a venue in the Northern Cape‚ South Africa’s soccer-starved largest province‚ for the 2019 edition of the football talent search initiative.

SA referees hold mid-season refresher course three months late

South Africa’s top-flight refereeing panel are finally holding their mid-season seminar and fitness tests – some three months late and just before the end of the season.

UN rights council blasts IAAF over testosterone rules for female athletes

The UN Human Rights Council has condemned the IAAF’s attempt to regulate the testosterone levels of female athletes, as nations unanimously backed the cause of South African runner Caster Semenya.

Percy Tau feels no pressure being Bafana’s creative go-to forward

Percy Tau has become the go-to man for attacking creativity for Bafana Bafana‚ but says he does not feel any added pressure that this status might have created on him as the South Africans seek a draw against Libya to qualify for the Africa Cup of Nations.

'We can qualify for Japan Games'

Nteo feels current squad is brimming with loads of talent

Sipamla says Proteas need to wrap up T20s at Cenurion

Being part of the Proteas setup over the past few months has been eye-opening for the highly promising fast bowler Lutho Sipamla.

Mahlambi believes SA U-23s can come back from Angola with a 2-goal cushion

Phakamani Mahlambi says the South Africa Under-23s need a two-goal cushion from their Africa U-23 Cup of Nations qualifying encounter against Angola in Luanda on Friday (5pm SA time) to avoid pressure in the return leg at Bidvest Stadium on Tuesday.

Stormers lock Etzebeth ruled out of Hurricanes clash

Lock Eben Etzebeth has been withdrawn from the Stormers team to play against the Hurricanes on Saturday after failing the last stage of his concussion protocols.

Bulls expect to be to pushed to the limit by Chiefs at Loftus

Bulls captain Handre Pollard is expecting a high-intensity game from the struggling Chiefs when they meet in their Super Rugby clash at Loftus on Saturday afternoon.

Ayanda Ndulani free to box on, says Boxing SA

The boxer was in court in East London last week and the case was postponed to April 24.

Mamelodi Sundowns eager to break jinx over the Red Devils

Al Ahly have not lost to the Brazilians

Colin Nathan didn't train me - Kevin Lerena

Trainer Smith hits back at rival's claim

Arsenal legend Ian Wright feels for Percy Tau's work permit woes

Chat with legend boosts Celtic's Diski players

Official: Sunwolves out in the cold after Super Rugby axing

South Africa‚ New Zealand‚ Australia and Argentina (Sanzaar) chief executive Andy Marinos confirmed on Friday that Japan’s Sunwolves would be cut from Super Rugby in 2021.

Bafana Bafana can beat Libya - Kamohelo Mokotjo

SA need a draw for Afcon spot

Experts dispute testosterone test for top female athletes

Paris - Barring South African runner Caster Semenya from competition due to naturally high testosterone levels would be like excluding basketball players because they are too tall, experts commented Thursday, as the top sports court said it was delaying a ruling.

CAS delays decision on Semenya testosterone case

London — The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) said on Thursday it would postpone its decision on Caster Semenya’s appeal hearing against the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) until the end of April.

Keepers' duel good for Bafana

While many seem to favour Darren Keet as the man to start for Bafana Bafana against Libya, Ronwen Williams' experience in CAF competition could give him the edge.
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