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Molefi Ntseki declares he is ‘ready for full-time Bafana Bafana job’

Molefi Ntseki declares he is ‘ready for full-time Bafana Bafana job’

Bafana Bafana interim coach Molefi Ntseki has raised his hand and made himself available for the senior national team’s hot seat on a permanent basis.

Crazily easy first fixture for ex-Pirates coach 'Micho' at Zamalek

Milutin “Micho” Sredojevic will not have had an easier start to any of his coaching stints at various clubs across Africa than the one he is certain to have with Zamalek on Saturday.

Dream boxing match-ups

Often boxing fans wish for certain match-ups to happen but in many instances these do not materialise.

Kermit Erasmus is a learner who gets bored easily‚ says Bafana boss Ntseki

Bafana Bafana interim coach Molefi Ntseki has no qualms about handling characters like Kermit Erasmus and that was why he did not hesitate to include the Cape Town City forward in his squad to meet Zambia in a friendly in Lusaka on September 7.

‘Kaizer Chiefs and Kaizer Chiefs only will win the league‚’ says Ntiya-Ntiya

Siphosakhe Ntiya-Ntiya has declared that Kaizer Chiefs are determined to arrest their four-year trophy drought and revealed that the Absa Premiership title is first prize for Amakhosi this season.

Bok coach Rassie won’t spring Rugby World Cup squad surprises

Rassie Erasmus’s World Cup squad unveiling on Monday is likely to be the least surprising since Jake White named the 2007 vintage because the current coach doesn’t do surprises.

Cricket SA confirm boss Moroe was on panel that picked Gauteng’s new CEO

Thabang Moroe was on the panel that interviewed candidates vying to become the Central Gauteng Lions’ (CGL) new chief executive‚ Cricket South Africa’s (CSA) have confirmed.

End of blackout: five-year deal for SABC to air PSL matches

An agreement has been reached for Premier Soccer League (PSL) matches to return to television screens broadcast by the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC)‚ the various stakeholders involved announced on Friday.

Injuries cost Highlands Park

Owen da Gama was thrilled to see Highlands Park beat Orlando Pirates 1-0 on Saturday to qualify for the semifinals of the MTN8, but he regretted the injuries suffered by three of his key players in that match.

Manyama makes case for Khama Billiat to stay put

Fellow Kaizer Chiefs forward Lebogang Manyama feels that Khama Billiat is still needed at Chiefs.

Will Rivaldo Coetzee get Bafana call-up?

Versatile defender Rivaldo Coetzee will not be blackballed from Bafana Bafana after he failed to report for camp before the Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) in Egypt.

Banyana squad to face Botswana named

Banyana Banyana coach Desiree Ellis has announced a squad of 20 players to face Botswana in the second round of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic qualifiers.

Thapelo Morena named in Ntseki's Bafana squad, Keagan Dolly gets a recall

Bafana Bafana caretaker-coach Molefi Ntseki has recalled Keagan Dolly and brought in Lebogang Phiri and Thapelo Morena for his squad to play Zambia in a friendly international at Nkoloma Stadium in Lusaka on Saturday‚ September 7.

Justin Ontong sole survivor among SA's World Cup coaches

Justin Ontong will be the sole survivor of South Africa’s men’s team’s previous coaching staff in India in September and October.

Swimming teammates take on the world – in Afrikaans

Tatjana Schoenmaker and her Tuks teammate Kaylene Corbett found a novel way to relieve tension before big races on their recent sojourn to the world championships and World Student Games — joking with each other in Afrikaans.

Twins' return spells double trouble

Phalula sisters ready to recreate the glory years

Mamello Makhabane reaches her 100th Banyana cap

Player reaches her 100th Banyana cap

Kagiso Rabada has a long way to go to match Michael Holding’s heap of hard work

Kagiso Rabada is 54 days younger than Jofra Archer but he has bowled 6‚566 more deliveries in Test cricket.

Safa’s Women’s League kicks off without prize money and TV

The National Women’s League kicks off this weekend in Soweto but there is no clarity on prize money for the champions and monthly grants.

Mosimane fears battered Sundowns might feel effects against Otoho

Pitso Mosimane has admitted concern about his side recovering some freshness for Saturday’s Caf Champions League challenge against AS Otoho d’Oyo of Congo‚ where Mamelodi Sundowns have to come from a goal behind.

Boks-All Blacks rivalry is back‚ says Justin Marshall

Rugby’s most enduring rivalry is once again in rude health.

Sundowns starlet Keletso Makgalwa could miss crucial Olympic qualifier

Keletso Makgalwa has had scans on his Achilles injury but the results had not arrived by Thursday, leaving Mamelodi Sundowns uncertain about how long their young rising star might be sidelined.

Neymar future remains up in air as PSG reject Real Madrid offer

Neymar remains no closer to getting his desired move away from Paris Saint-Germain amid reports Thursday said the French club have rejected an offer from Real Madrid of $111m plus players.

Munyai in hot line-up for 200m sprint in Paris meet

Chance for SA star to dip under 20 sec for first time this year

Madubanya, Baroka go separate ways

Letladi Madubanya has confirmed his departure from Limpopo club Baroka.

Innocent 'Tycoon' Mantengu and Ayabonga 'Jay Jay' Sonjica's camps resolve differences

The purse bid to determine the rights to stage Innocent 'Tycoon' Mantengu's mandatory defence of the SA featherweight boxing title against Ayabonga 'Jay Jay' Sonjica has been avoided.

How Kaizer Chiefs’ players are nursing Khama Billiat through this hard spell

Khama Billiat’s Kaizer Chiefs teammates support him and make sure he remains positive while his career at Naturena remains up in the air‚ Amakhosi midfielder Lebogang Manyama has said.

Orie and Brink start for Golden Lions

Following two consecutive Currie Cup defeats the Golden Lions cannot afford to leave Kimberley empty-handed when they clash with top of the table Griquas on Saturday.

Rulani Mokwena continues family dynasty

Julius "KK" Sono believes his son Rulani Mokwena was always destined to become Orlando Pirates coach.
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