Travelling with kids is an adventure on its own
An island holiday to Mauritius should be on everyone's bucket list. It's an experience of a lifetime you should definitely share with your kids, writes Adrian Ephraim.
Proteas dare to dream as England eye victory at Newlands
Can South Africa produce a fourth innings rearguard effort that will go down in history? The brain says no, but the heart will say, why not?
Key plays of the day: England bowlers seize the advantage
England’s bowlers seized the advantage late on day two of the second Test, with 5 wickets for 58 runs on Saturday. Let’s look at the key plays of the day at Newlands.
Plays of the day: Pretorius and Nortje show their worth
On day one of the second Test, Dwaine Pretorius and Anrich Nortje displayed a layer of aggression and purpose that kept the pressure on England throughout their first innings.
Form trumps transformation for now as Malan makes Proteas Test debut
Despite being passed fit, middle-order batsman Temba Bavuma will miss out on a Test return to the ground where he made history four years ago.
ADRIAN EPHRAIM: How personal triumphs helped the Proteas bounce back
The Proteas' collective desire to win was made up of a few personal moments of triumph among SA's players, who in the run-up to this Test series will have had doubts strewn all over their minds.
SA sports stories of the year
EWN Sports Editor Adrian Ephraim reflects on the sports stories that impacted us the most this year.
Cricket South Africa suspends Moroe after damning ethics & audit reports
Cricket South Africa’s board of directors has suspended its embattled CEO Thabang Moroe amid allegations of misconduct, and a “failure of controls”.
Cricket development in jeopardy after sponsor calls on Moroe, Nenzani to quit
A major sponsor of SA cricket’s development programmes has called on CSA bosses Thabang Moroe and Chris Nenzani to resign over the current crisis in the sport.
ADRIAN EPHRAIM: Mistrust between CSA and media is the last thing cricket needs
While revoking media accreditation may seem like a childish reaction to criticism from a Cricket South Africa leadership out of its depth, the breakdown in trust between them and the media may have lasting repercussions for the game, writes Adrian Ephraim.
EWN Fantasy Football podcast GW14: Who's your 'one more week' guy?
“One more week!” This seems to be the theme for this week’s EWN Fantasy Football podcast. Several players are in the last chance saloon with our group of managers.
EWN Sport Fantasy Football: Mourinho to the rescue?
The Special One Jose Mourinho is back in the managerial hot seat with Tottenham Hotspur after Mauricio Pochettino paid the price for a poor start to the season. The EWN Sport Fantasy Football wonder if Mourinho can get the best out the Spurs players.
I can't sit back and do nothing - Mark Boucher on fight against rhino poaching
For the past few years, Mark Boucher has used his star power to attract big personalities and companies to support the cause that he sees as everyone’s cause.
EWN Sport Fantasy Football: We're suffering from IBS
Another break in the English Premier League and we're suffering from IBS (International Break Syndrome) so we're taking the opportunity to reflect on the season so far and ponder our next move. Listen to the latest podcast.
Bafana lose to Black Stars in Afcon 2021 qualifier
Bafana Bafana's qualification campaign for the Afcon 2021 got off to a losing start in Cape Coast last night.
Halala Amabokoboko! Pride of a nation in search of new meaning
They came from all parts of South Africa to welcome the team that brought home the William Webb Ellis Cup – the Springboks. And they came singing and dancing, flying flags and wearing the green and gold.
Springboks win the Rugby World Cup: The funniest internet reactions
From the moment the Springboks clinched the Rugby World Cup in Yokohama on Saturday, social media has been flooded with GIFs, memes, and pictures that try to sum up the momentous occasion. We've rounded some gems that have made us chuckle.
Day of the underdogs: How hope inspired Boks to victory
The Springboks knew they were playing for more than a trophy, and that winning the Rugby World Cup was a chance for South Africans to dream again, and be inspired by a team who wanted it more.