SA couple in Dubai do the balcony marathon
What would possess anyone to run on their 19m balcony more 2200 times to cover the distance of a standard marathon? Boredom and cabin fever perhaps in a time of lockdowns across the world? Maybe it’s for a greater purpose.
Game Week 30: FPL in a time of coronavirus
This week we focus on the world of sport and how the coronavirus has impacted teams. The Man City vs Arsenal game, which was supposed to take place in Game Week 29, was postponed, causing mayhem for those who brought in City and Gunners assets.
'I lost an important Olympic moment,' says Chad le Clos
Yes, Chad le Clos wants his Olympic gold medal after losing to drug cheat China's Sun Yang in Rio 2016, but SA's swimming superstar laments that what he lost cannot be returned.
Springboks bag Laureus Sports Team of the Year award
Springbok captain Siya Kolisi accepted the award at a ceremony in Berlin on Monday, along with Francois Louw, Cheslin Kolbe, Faf de Klerk and Schalk Brits.
Ngidi snatches victory for Proteas in first T20
Proteas bowler Lungi Ngidi produced a match-winning performance at the death to help the Proteas beat England by just one run in the first T20 international.
Game, set, match, SA: Match in Africa breaks tennis spectator record
There were smiles that only shone brighter as the evening progressed, while the cheers grew louder by the minute. This was Cape Town and South Africa in a happy place for a change.
Proteas draw first blood in ODI series as they trounce England by 7 wickets
After a drubbing in the Test series, the Proteas, led by new captain Quinton de Kock, drew first blood in emphatic style in the first of three one-day internationals in Cape Town on Tuesday.
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.