Cricketers pay homage to SA cricket legend Morne Morkel
Cricketers, past and present, have sent well wishes to Proteas legend, Morne Morkel who had a career spanning more than a decade, who has retired.
Sporting world reacts to passing of Mam’ Winnie
Sportsman, sportswomen and sporting bodies around the country have sent their condolences and expressed the mourning at the loss of anti-apartheid activist Winnie Madikizela-Mandela.
Maties, NWU win comfortably to reach Varsity Cup final
NWU take on Maties in the final of the Varsity Cup on 16 April.
Gauteng officials visit Laudium sinkhole scene
Circulating pictures on social media show the sinkhole has grown to a size that poses a threat to surrounding residential areas.
JMPD urges motorists, pedestrians to be cautious on the roads
The Easter weekend is drawing to an end and, so far, over 200 people have been arrested for drunken driving.
Two govt officials suspended for calling black co-worker ‘monkey’
In several work-related posts on social media, the two workers refer to Senior Accounting Clerk Wisani Mkhari in derogatory terms.
Authorities on high alert as traffic volumes expected to increase
In Johannesburg, the Metro Police Department says operations are in place to monitor traffic,
JMPD: Over 150 people arrested for drunk driving in Joburg
The JMPD also says it expects traffic volumes to pick up from Sunday afternoon.
AfriForum reiterates its case for old SA flag
The organisation is challenging an Equality Court application filed by the Nelson Mandela Foundation to ban the flag.
Proteas end strong, despite losing wickets late on day one
Australia's Pat Cummins was the silver lining for the Australian bowlers, with Chadd Sayers getting two wickets on day one of his debut.
EPL Picks: Chelsea host Spurs; City look to increase lead at the top
Liverpool open the weekend’s action when they travel to Crystal Palace
Proteas remain in the driver's seat at The Wanderers
AB de Villiers and Aiden Markram are still at the crease, keeping South Africa firmly in the driving seat so far on day one.
Proteas off to a good start at The Bullring
The Proteas got off to a good start scoring at just under three runs an over in the first hour of play.
Cricket world reacts to Darren Lehmann’s resignation
The cricketing world has reacted to Darren Lehmann resigning as the head coach of the Australian cricket team.
Varsity athletics title to go down to the wire
Just 46 points separate Tuks and NWU heading into the final meeting of the season at the Tuks Athletics Stadium, a margin that equates to split seconds.
Tensions ease at Wits following anti-Israel graffiti
Graffiti with statements against Zionism and Israel have since been removed from university property.
Sundowns progress to Nedbank Cup quarter-finals
With fifteen minutes to play, Thapelo Morena scored the decisive goal, scoring from six yards out in the bottom left corner with a well-controlled finish.
Varsity Cup issues response on NMU pitch invasion
Students from the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University invaded the pitch and a VIP suite last night to call for transformation in university structures.