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Would SA have had a better World Cup with De Villiers?

Would SA have had a better World Cup with De Villiers?

How different might South Africa’s men’s World Cup campaign have panned out had AB de Villiers been involved? Nobody knows. Not even De Villiers.

Corne Fourie happy to be WP ‘piano mover’

Western Province loosehead prop Corne Fourie is happy to do the heavy‚ unglamorous lifting that will create a platform for more skilled players to capitalise during this season’s Currie Cup.

Boks set for depth test in Aphiwe Dyantyi's absence

Aphiwe Dyantyi's hamstring injury would have been enough to cause heart palpitations in a different era.

Roger de Sa on the many battles he enjoyed with Marc Batchelor

Former Bafana Bafana goalkeeper Roger de Sa enjoyed many battles with slain former Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates striker Marc Batchelor‚ but says his reputation from after his playing days was nothing like his demeanour on the pitch.

Who are the men who carry SA’s hopes at the 148th Open Championship?

The 148th Open Championship boasts one of the strongest fields in golf for the tournament’s return to Northern Ireland for the first time in 68 years‚ including 11 South Africans.

Safa to name Thabo Senong's successor as new Amajita coach

The SA Football Association (Safa) will this week announce the new national men’s Under-20 coach to replace Thabo Senong‚ whose contract was not renewed after its expiry at the end of June.

'Beast' Mtawarira nears decision on Springbok future

Veteran prop Tendai “Beast” Mtawarira will make a decision on his Springbok future later this year after the World Cup in Japan.

Benni McCarthy hoping for the return of former City captain Robyn Johannes

Cape Town City coach Benni McCarthy is hoping to sign a central defender before the start of the Absa Premiership season and adds he would welcome a return to the club for former captain Robyn Johannes.

Kaizer Chiefs boss Kaizer Motaung joins fans in mourning Marc Batchelor

Kaizer Motaung join the many whose lives were touched by Marc Batchelor in mourning the former footballer's death on Tuesday.

Our loss was tough to digest - Nigeria coach

Last-gasp defeat to Algeria a 'learning curve' for players

Court to decide on Champs League final

CAS set to make ruling by July 31

Upbeat Nodada tentatively coming back

City workhorse beats injury.

'Africa must put faith in local coaches'

Senegal, Algeria prove it works

George Dearnaley remembers the 'feisty and competitive' Marc Batchelor

Former Bafana Bafana striker George Dearnaley remembers Marc Batchelor as “feisty and competitive”‚ and a smart operator in the business of football.

Orlando Pirates mourns their former player Marc Batchelor

Orlando Pirates have sent condolences to the family and friends of their former player Marc Batchelor after he was gunned down outside his Johannesburg home on Monday night.

Sascoc name downsized team for African Games

Funding cuts have resulted in a drastically downsized SA team for the African Games in Rabat from August 16-31.

Why Lehlohonolo Majoro went back to Usuthu

Veteran striker has come full circle

My aim was to retire at Orlando Pirates: Thabo Matlaba

The former Orlando Pirates star ready for a new challenge

'Akani Phuzi's win terrible for SA boxing'

Irked Namibian trainer Imms Moses accuses SA judges of bias

Geraint Thomas in driving seat as Tour de France rivals lose time

Defending champion Geraint Thomas gained time on a handful of his main rivals as crosswinds caused chaos in the peloton in the climax of Monday's 10th stage of the Tour de France.

Boxing legend 'Sweet Pea' Pernell Whitaker dead at 55

Former Olympic boxing gold medallist and four-weight world champion Pernell Whitaker has died after a traffic accident in Virginia, police confirmed on Monday.

Benni McCarthy admits he's targeting the league title next season

Benni McCarthy says he expects his Cape Town City side to be challenging for the Absa Premiership title this season and that the time for “learning” among his players is over in favour of delivering the big prize.

Western Province looks to create defensive pressure away from breakdown

Western Province are taking a less traditional defensive approach in the Currie Cup this year as they try to create turnovers in areas where teams might be more vulnerable.

Under-23 coach David Notoane to lead SA in CHAN qualifier against Lesotho

South Africa will have national Under-23 coach David Notoane in charge for their African Nations Championship qualifier against Lesotho in under two weeks’ time.

Springboks leadership group excites Matt Proudfoot

Springboks forwards coach Matt Proudfoot is pleased with the experienced group of leaders they have in the squad as the South Africans prepare for the Rugby Championship and the Rugby World Cup later in the year.

Awarding six overthrows in final over an 'error' by umpires, claims Taufel

England should have been awarded five runs instead of six in the final over of Sunday's Cricket World Cup title clash against New Zealand after a throw from the deep struck Ben Stokes' bat and ran away for a boundary, former umpire Simon Taufel has said.

Now what? Where does cricket go now that it’s greatest match has been played?

It was the ricochet that did it‚ that tipped Sunday’s men’s Cricket World Cup final over the edge of reason and into Tarantino territory.

Aphiwe Dyantyi injury blow for the Springboks

The Springboks’ preparations for the Rugby Championship have been rocked by the withdrawal of exciting Lions winger Aphiwe Dyantyi.

Frittelli claims maiden PGA Tour win while Goosen flourishes at senior major

South Africa’s Dylan Frittelli claimed his maiden PGA Tour victory on Sunday by winning the John Deere Classic in Illinois after a brilliant final round seven-under 64.
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