Sports & Recreation budget: R700m to go to school sports
Minister Tokozile Xasa says she will have to play with limited resources given the 2018/19 budget for her department has been increased by just R24 million.
SAPS failed to sign operational doc before match at Moses Mabhida Stadium
While briefing parliamentary committees, the SAPS has admitted it only signed off the security operational plan a day after the crowd violence.
SAPS in parliament to account for Moses Mabhida violence
In April, fans invaded the pitch, destroyed property and attacked security guards after Kazier Chiefs lost to Free State Stars.
SA cricket, rugby, tennis & netball on track with transformation
Transformation in sport continues to improve in senior representative teams across sporting codes.
Irvin Khoza: I don't know Jennifer Ferguson, I've never met or spoken to her
Some media reports this week suggested that Khoza had organised Ferguson to fly to South Africa earlier this year from Sweden where she currently lives.
IAAF testosterone rules will affect Semenya's performances, say experts
The global athletics governing body has introduced new laws to regulate female athletes with differences in sexual development.
'Science can't give answer to this question in ethical, reasonable way'
Sports Scientist Professor Ross Tucker feels the IAAF argument will be overturned in court.
Sport Minister: IAAF’s testosterone ruling very sexist, racial & homophobic
The global athletics governing body has introduced new laws to regulate female athletes with differences in sexual development, specifically in middle distance races.
[EXPLAINER] New IAAF regulations
Any athlete determined to have a difference of sexual development, which means a testosterone level of 5 nanomoles per litre or higher & is androgen-sensitive, must meet a set of criteria to compete.
Chiefs match against Golden Arrows to go ahead in wake of fan violence
PSL chairperson Irvin Khoza on Monday confirmed the game will take place.
Khoza: Police need more assistance at football matches
Premier Soccer League chairperson Irvin Khoza has apologised for the chaos that marred a game between Kaizer Chiefs and Free State Stars at Durban’s Moses Mabhida Stadium on Saturday.
Tickets for Springboks, England Test go on sale in June
Prices have dropped compared to last year's Test against the All Blacks.
Injury forces Stormers into changes for Lions clash
Injuries to scrumhalf Justin Phillips (rib) and flank Cobus Wiese (hamstring) see Jano Vermaak and Chris van Zyl replace them.
Injured Kagiso Rabada to miss IPL action
The Proteas fast bowler felt tightness and discomfort during the fourth Test match against Australia, with subsequent scans revealing the injury.
SA runners shine at Two Oceans Marathon
It’s been a very good day for South African runners in the 49th edition of the iconic race.
Runners hit the road at Two Oceans Marathon
Thousands of runners from around the world made their to the Mother City for one of the biggest running events in the country.
Hashim Amla: Ball-tampering incident a wake-up call
Cricket Australia banned Steve Smith and David Warner for 12 months, while the man who tampered with the ball, Cameron Bancroft, won’t be able to play for nine months.
Cricket Australia’s charges indicate sandpaper used in ball-tampering
Cricket Australia has listed the reasons why Australian captain Steve Smith, vice-captain David Warner and Cameron Bancroft were banned from international cricket.