Xasa confirms facilitator to oversee Sascoc changes
The changes are off the back of the ministerial Inquiry report led by retired Judge Ralph Zulman into the governance and administration issues at the Olympic body.
Sport Dept 'cautiously optimistic' in Semenya-IAAf battle
Caster Semenya is asking the CAS in Switzerland to overturn eligibility proposed new rules for middle distance female runners with high testosterone levels.
Who are the experts who'll support Semenya in her IAAF battle?
Caster Semenya's lawyers have released their list of international experts who will testify in support of the Olympic champion in her case against the IAAF.
Boxing SA joins PSL in Icasa regulations concerns
Boxing SA have also said that if the regulations come to pass, it would cripple the professionalism of the sport in the country.
Xasa off to Lausanne in support of Semenya
It has been reported the Sports Department, led by Minister Tokozile Xasa, has budgeted almost R25 million for Caster Semenya’s defence against the IAAF.
Verreynne ton gets Cobras over the line
The young right-hander carved out an unbeaten 114 from 119 balls (12 fours) as the visitors chased down 283 with three deliveries to spare.
Manjra on Semenya: 'IAAF making a call on issues science doesn't know'
Caster Semenya is currently at Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) in Switzerland looking to overturn eligibility rules for middle distance female runners with high testosterone levels.
Dr Ross Tucker: 'IAAF's evidence in Semenya matter not good enough'
Two-time Olympic champion Caster Semenya is asking the Court of Arbitration for Sport in Switzerland to overturn eligibility rules for middle distance female runners with high testosterone levels.
Sprinter Chand backs Semenya to beat IAAF in fight over testosterone levels
Caster Semenya will be working with Dutee Chand’s legal team, Canadians James Bunting and Carlos Sayao whose experience on the subject could prove invaluable.
'Caster Semenya is stronger than I am,' says Indian sprinter Dutee Chand
Caster Semenya will be working with Dutee Chand’s legal team as she faces the IAAF on proposed regulations to limit testosterone levels for women athletes.
Sports scientist Ross Tucker previously said IAAF study is flawed
Caster Semenya is asking the Court of Arbitration for Sport in Switzerland to overturn eligibility rules for middle distance female runners with high testosterone levels.
Semenya’s legal team hits back at IAAF
The two-time Olympic 800-metres champion is looking to overturn eligibility rules for hyperandrogenic athletes proposed by the track and field’s governing body.
Stormers' Fleck says defeat to Bulls just an 'off-day'
The Stormers had no answer to the Bulls' four tries.
Phehlukwayo and Frylinck star in Dolphins win
In a match loaded with internationals, the Dolphins set the hosts a target of 309 to win the clash and then closed out the match by restricting the Titans to 296 for eight wickets in their 50 overs.
Du Preez, Luus hand Proteas Women 3-0 series sweep over Sri Lanka
The win ensured the home side completed a 3-0 whitewash, the victory also became the team’s fourth consecutive home-series clean sweep following their T20 and ODI series wins against Bangladesh in May last year.
Sports Wrap: Test cricket lives, storm gathering over Fleck, Nedbank Cup magic
EWN Sport's Carl Lewis takes a look at the biggest talking points from the weekend's sports action.
SA U19 cricket team ready for world champions India
The two sides will clash in a Youth Test and Youth Quadrangular One-Day International series from 16 February until 12 March.
Xasa sets up panel to support Caster Semenya in case against IAAF
It's emerged IAAF lawyers are set to argue that Caster Semenya be identified as a female but classified as a 'biological male'.