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Lungi Ngidi joins Anrich Nortjé on IPL sidelines

Lungi Ngidi joins Anrich Nortjé on IPL sidelines

Lungi Ngidi has joined Anrich Nortjé on the sidelines for the Indian Premier League (IPL)‚ Cricket South Africa (CSA) said on Wednesday.

Central Gauteng dominates SA's cross-country world championship team

Athletics SA (ASA) has named a 22-strong squad for the world cross-country championships in Aarhus‚ Denmark‚ on March 30.

Nortjé out of IPL‚ but what about the World Cup?

Cricketminded South Africans will be relieved that Anrich Nortjé won’t be going to the Indian Premier League (IPL).

Kaizer Chiefs suffer yet another devastating injury blow

Kaizer Chiefs have suffered yet another in a series of long-term injuries in the 2018-19 season‚ this time freshly introduced youth product Nkosingiphile Ngcobo being ruled out for six months‚ the club have announced.

Limping Chiefs making Human nervous

Bulls coach Pote Human is wary of facing a Chiefs backlash when the two sides meet in their Super Rugby clash at Loftus on Saturday afternoon.

Duanne Olivier pours oil on fire with wish to play for England

Now bowling for England from the Pavilion End at Lord’s‚ Laurence Olivier …

Baxter pondering on Williams against Libya‚ but surely Keet must be Bafana's favourite

Stuart Baxter has been assessing Darren Keet and Ronwen Williams’s confidence and form in training close-up camping in Tunis this week‚ and will make a decision based on that who will be Bafana Bafana’s goalkeeper against Libya on Sunday.

Young Lions coming up to speed, says utility back Sylvian Mahuza

The new faces over which the Lions jersey has been pulled this year have a lot to take in.

Bloemfontein Celtic lose but impress in London

Hammers show why development is key

Kaizer Chiefs defender Reeve Frosler does not make David Notoane's final SA Under-23 cut

Lack of game time appears to have cost newly-signed Kaizer Chiefs defender Reeve Frosler a place in South Africa’s final squad to face Angola in their first leg‚ first round qualifier for the 2019 Under-23 Africa Cup of Nations.

Stormer Dan Du Plessis forges own path rising from rugby’s dynasty

Stormers centre Dan du Plessis comes from South African rugby royalty‚ but he wants to carve his own path after resurrecting his career this season.

Afcon failure unthinkable for Bafana Bafana‚ says Reneilwe 'Yeye' Letsholonyane

Veteran Reneilwe “Yeye” Letsholonyane says failure to qualify for this year's African Nations Cup in Egypt is unthinkable for Bafana Bafana

Baroka signed Thandani Ntshumayelo to help the team survive relegation‚ says Wedson Nyirenda

Baroka FC coach Wedson Nyirenda has said that Thandani Ntshumayelo can play a big role in the club’s remaining six matches to help fight off relegation if the midfielder proves his fitness.

Akani Phuzi not up for Thabiso Mchunu

Trainer passes on fight for SA title

Reeve Frosler settling in well at Kaizer Chiefs

Right-back thanks Rama for friendship, advice

Africa to debate whether the IAAF's proposed rules just a ploy to target the continent's athletes

Are the proposed International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) rules just a ploy to target athletes on the African continent?

David Notoane relieved to have overseas duo

Amajita's Foster and Singh jet in mid-preparations

ASA confident Caster Semenya will win against IAAF

ASA president Aleck Skhosana expressed confidence of a positive ruling in the case involving Caster Semenya.

Former Kaizer Chiefs and Maritzburg United star Arthur Bartman dies

Former Kaizer Chiefs keeper and Maritzburg United goalkeeper coach Arthur Bartman has passed away.

David Miller an allround star in SA's sixth straight win over Lankans

David Miller starred with the bat — twice — and the gloves to help South Africa reel off a sixth consecutive victory over Sri Lanka at Newlands on Tuesday night.

Athletics SA not holding grudges against African nations that didn't back Caster Semenya in IAAF fight

Athletics SA (ASA) president Aleck Skhosana has confirmed that they are going throw their weight behind the Confederation of African Athletics (CAA) in their attempt to stop the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) plans to scrap the 5‚000m and 10‚ 000m events from the Diamond League next year.

New sponsorships for SA athletics championships

Athletics SA (ASA) on Tuesday unveiled five sponsors for its flagship national senior championships in Germiston next month‚ a move they say will lift the overall quality of the event.

Notoane admits he has very little time to prepare SA Under-23s for Olympic qualifier against Angola

SA Under 23 coach David Notoane has admitted that he does not have enough to prepare his new team ahead of their 2020 Olympic preliminary qualifier against Angola in Luanda on Friday.

Baxter admits it's difficult to judge how much Libya have changed under their new coach

Bafana Bafana have close-up knowledge of Libya‚ but national boss Stuart Baxter has admitted that a coaching change from the North Africans means he cannot accurately predict their gameplan in Sunday’s huge Africa Cup of Nations qualifier.

Etzebeth boost for Stormers ahead of Hurricanes clash

Stormers coach Robbie Fleck received a boost upon arrival in New Zealand with the news that lock Eben Etzebeth could be ready to face the Hurricanes in Wellington this weekend.

Lions limping with several players in the sick bay

The Lions’ superb second half effort that helped reel in the Melbourne Rebels has taken its toll with Kwagga Smith‚ Dylan Smith‚ Vincent Tshituka and Andries Coetzee all joining the injured list.

Thembinkosi Lorch eager to use Champions League experience to turn on the style for Bafana

Thembinkosi Lorch believes his experiences playing in the Caf Champions League puts him in a good place to play a starring role for Bafana Bafana in a make-or-break Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) final qualifier against Libya on Sunday.
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