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Rampant Kaizer Chiefs strike posts, force saves and finally beat Chippa 1-0

Rampant Kaizer Chiefs strike posts, force saves and finally beat Chippa 1-0

That an own goal had to decide a match where Kaizer Chiefs put in such a stirring, rampant display creating chances with reckless abandon in their 1-0 DStv Premiership victory against Chippa United on Tuesday night almost seemed a pity.

Kaizer Chiefs fail in appeal on transfer ban

The Court of Arbitration for Sport (Cas) has dismissed Kaizer Chiefs’ appeal against a two-window transfer ban.

Sascoc elective AGM faces yet another delay after parliamentary fiasco

The overdue Sascoc elective annual general meeting (AGM) set for next week faces uncertainty‚ and yet another postponement‚ after the organisation’s divided board briefed members of the parliamentary portfolio committee on sports‚ arts and culture on Tuesday.

Lions sweating on Covid-19 test results

The Lions are sweating on the results of their latest Covid-19 tests‚ which were conducted on Tuesday.

Why Mamelodi Sundowns' brainstrust trio are finding TTM hard to plan for

Mamelodi Sundowns co-coach Manqoba Mngqithi has admitted that planning for Premier Soccer League (PSL) rookies Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila (TTM) has proved to be a challenge because they don’t have a clearly-defined tactical approach.

Newlands loses New Year's Test against Sri Lanka to Wanderers

Newlands has lost the New Year’s Test and the biggest Test on the SA calendar will this year be played at the Wanderers in Johannesburg against Sri Lanka‚ with SuperSport Park in Centurion to again host the Boxing Day Test.

TTM striker Justin Shonga pens emotional farewell to Orlando Pirates

Striker Justin Shonga has penned a heartfelt farewell letter to Orlando Pirates’ management after he was released by the club following a frustrating end to the 2019-20 season.

Sundowns coach Mngqithi: ‘Before long people will know what George Maluleka is capable of’

Mamelodi Sundowns co-coach Manqoba Mngqithi has said that a lot of people don’t give former Bafana Bafana midfielder George Maluleka the respect that he deserves and they will know what he is capable of this season.

Siya Kolisi’s injury not as serious as at first thought – Stormers

The injury that Siya Kolisi sustained against the Pumas is not as serious as first thought but it will keep the Stormers captain out of Saturday’s Super Rugby Unlocked clash against the Bulls at Loftus Versfeld.

Grade 11 pupil Sates leaves SA short-course swim champs with 8 gold medals

St Charles College grade 11 pupil Matthew Sates left the SA short-course championships with a total of eight gold medals on Tuesday‚ adding the 400m individual medley crown to his collection.

Safa defends bizarre late-night Bafana squad announcement on SABC

The SA Football Association (Safa) have defended and clarified their unusual decision of announcing the Bafana Bafana squad at 10pm on Monday night and exclusively to SABC‚ saying they were put in a quandary by the Confederation of African Football (Caf).

Bulls roughing-up leaves Sharks nursing bruises and question marks

Under normal circumstances‚ the Sharks would often give a good account of themselves in Tshwane before losing.

Sports Minister Mthethwa: Cricket SA board members resigning ‘shows progress’

Sports‚ Arts and Culture Minister Nathi Mthethwa said Cricket South Africa’s board did the right thing by vacating their positions ahead of the Tuesday deadline where the organisation needed to respond to the minister with regards to his intervention.

Zungu says his days as a 'bad boy' are over

Talented midfielder says joining Pirates taught him discipline.

Kwem prays Chilli Boys rub more salt into Chiefs' wounds

Both teams looking for first three points of the season.

Barca hit by Coutinho injury blow as Juve clash looms

Barcelona midfielder Philippe Coutinho injured his left hamstring in his side's 3-1 home defeat to Real Madrid on Saturday, effectively ruling him out of his side's Champions League showdown away to Juventus tomorrow.

Seedat feels he'll improve, not regress, at Galaxy

Cape lad believes being in Gauteng will get him out of his comfort zone.

Stellies fancy upset against edgy Pirates

Coach Barker expects his charges to pull up socks after draw against Birds.

Baroka hope to make most of 'home' advantage

Bakgaga's confidence still high after win at Maritzburg.

Ngele's best yet to come, says his coach

Masutha says the secret lies in playing him in his preferred position.

Jaguars favoured to devour Crinums in final

Game promises sparks as underdogs are also motivated to win.

Mokebisi tipped to defeat Kholosa

Female champs to slug it out for title.

Ntseki names Furman and Khune in Bafana squad to meet Sao Tome in Afcon qualifiers

Former Bafana Bafana captain Dean Furman‚ now playing for Carlisle United in League Two in England‚ was among a raft of changes made by coach Molefi Ntseki in his squad to face Sao Tome and Principe in next month’s back-to-back Africa Cup of qualifiers (Afcon).

Chippa United ready to inflict more pain on limping Kaizer Chiefs in Port Elizabeth

Chippa United will not give an inch when they face limping Kaizer Chiefs in Port Elizabeth on Tuesday‚ says captain Veli Mothwa.

Why Pirates coach Zinnbauer is a relieved man

Orlando Pirates coach Josef Zinnbauer was a relieved man after his charges emerged with a share of the spoils in their opening league match of the season against AmaZulu in Durban on Saturday.

Drama continues at Cricket South Africa as entire board steps down

With only a day left for Cricket South Africa (CSA) to respond to sports minister Nathi Mthethwa and give him written representations as to why he shouldn’t intervene in their matters‚ the embattled organisation's entire board stepped down.

Mngqithi on Sundowns' thumping of Chiefs: 'we could easily have scored four or five and possibly even six'

Mamelodi Sundowns may have handed Kaizer Chiefs an embarrassing 3-0 thumping on the opening day of the season at the weekend but co-coach Manqoba Mngqithi is not satisfied.

What a time to be alive, says Lewis Hamilton after record 92nd win

Lewis Hamilton put no limits on what he could achieve after roaring past retired Ferrari great Michael Schumacher on Sunday as the Formula One driver with most wins in the history of the sport.

Schoenmaker lowers SA record and world mark could be in her sights

Tatjana Schoenmaker could flirt with a world record in Pietermaritzburg on Monday after shattering her own SA 100m breaststroke mark twice at the national short-course championships on Sunday.
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