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Skhosana: Sascoc fighting must be about supporting our athletes, coaches
Last week ASA announced Skhosana as their candidate to contest the position of president of the Sascoc and believes he will be the ideal person to lead a new and enthusiastic board.
Stormers lose 33-14 against Blues to suffer first defeat of Super Rugby season
The Auckland based side broke the deadlock early in the match with the flyhalf Otere Black penalty in front of the home side poles, this is after Stormers penalised for a dangerous tackle. Blues took 3-0 lead after two minutes.
De Kock: Proteas must get better at fighting back
With the disappointment of the T20 series defeat to Australia still fresh, Proteas captain Quinton de Kock said that the team had an honest conversation about fighting back and chasing scores, something they were failing to do of late.
Klaasen fit for Proteas T20 decider, Bavuma misses out
Temba Bavuma is not fully fit and will not be available for selection for the final T20 International match against Australia at Newlands.
Bavuma, Klaasen set for late fitness test for series decider against Aussies
Temba Bavuma suffered a hamstring strain during the decider of the three-match series against England while Heinrich Klaasen suffered a right hip injury during the team's warm-up session.
Stormers lock Du Toit feels Bok RWC winners being targeted more
The SA Rugby Player of the Year said that since winning the World Cup he can feel that the Springbok players were being scrutinised more and believed that in some games he was being targeted more but that it came with the territory.
Stormers beat Jaguares 17-7 at Newlands
The Cape side has made it 100% winning record so far in the campaign following their victories to the Hurricanes, Bulls and Lions respectively.
Steve Smith says he's moved on from ball-tampering scandal
Smith was at the centre of the scandal that rocked Australian cricket and game at large - fellow batsmen Cameron Bancroft and David Warner were also involved.
Stormers' Dobson expects tough Jaguares match
Dobson said the Argentinian side would try to prove a point at Newlands knowing that it's their last time visiting Newlands.
Barker: Getting 33 points in league still focus for Stellies
The Stellenbosch-based side is aiming for the top eight finish following their 1-0 victory over SuperSport United at Cape Town Stadium last Friday.
‘I just want to compete’ - Carina Horn vows to fight in doping case
Carina Horn, who was provisionally suspended last year for alleged use of a banned substance, believes her case is being treated differently than other cases.
Lungi Ngidi: I'm trying to keep my confidence going
Lungi Ngidi produced a match-winning performance at the death to help the Proteas defeat England by just one run in the first T20 international at Buffalo Park, East London.
Hamstring injury rules Stormers' Mbonambi out for 'significant amount of time'
It was initially thought the World Cup winner would only be sidelined for two to three weeks but now he could miss South Africa's games against Scotland and Georgia in July 2020.
All set for first all-women from Africa to tackle Mount Everest
They are part of the first all-women team from Africa to attempt to complete the climb between March and April this year.
Moerat: Stormers can improve
Stormers lock Salmaan Moerat said that having World Cup-winning players around helps in boosting player confidence and bringing in a winning culture.
Stormers wash out Hurricanes with 27-0 win
The New Zealand outfit, which featured a large contingent of All Blacks, last visited Newlands in 2014.
Ajax Cape Town coach Andries Ulderink resigns
The GladAfrica Championship outfit, who are sitting on top of the log standings with 38 points after 19 matches, announced the coach's departure on Twitter.
'Olympics is my next stop' - athlete Nobukhosi Tshuma
Nobukhosi Tshuma, a wife and mother of two kids was born in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, but is currently based in Johannesburg.