Folau found guilty of breaching Rugby Australia's code of conduct
A three-person panel chaired the hearing and will now consider what punishment the 30-year-old will face.
Kompany wonder strike hands Man City advantage in title race
Manchester City went back to the summit of the Premier League after a hard-fought 1-0 win over Leicester City at the Etihad Stadium.
Log leaders Pirates and City draw in CT
The result means Pirates remain on top by the solitary point over their closest rivals Mamelodi Sundowns who have a game in hand ahead of next week's final matchday.
No decision yet on Caster Semenya appealing CAS ruling
From 8 May, Caster Semenya would have to take medication to suppress naturally high levels of the testosterone to compete internationally.
IAAF 'grateful' for CAS verdict against Semenya
Caster Semenya and Athletics South Africa lost their bid to have IAAF’s testosterone regulations for middle distance female athletes overturned.
Tracking Caster Semenya's marathon against the IAAF
The Court of Arbitration for Sport has rejected Caster Semenya's challenge against IAAF rules forcing her to lower her testosterone levels to compete with women. Her legal team say her advantages are no different from other genetic variations celebrated in sport – and that “her genetic gift should be celebrated, not discriminated against”.
Experts question validity of CAS decision on Semenya
The ruling means Semenya will have to take medication to suppress her naturally high testosterone levels if she wants to compete internationally.
Semenya won’t back down in fight against IAAF
Her comments come after a 2-1 split decision by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) went in favour of the IAAF.
Expert: Effects of testosterone on Semenya will be debilitating
The Court of Arbitration for Sport ruled in favour of the IAAF, which means Caster Semenya will have to take medication to suppress her testosterone if she wants to keep running on the international stage.
Caster Semenya on CAS ruling: 'I will once again rise above'
The South Africa Olympian has lost her landmark legal case against the IAAF after the Court of Arbitration for Sport ruled 2-1 in the IAAF’s favour.
CAS to make ruling in Caster Semenya case
The Olympian is challenging the International Association of Athletics Federations over its decision to restrict testosterone levels in female runners.
Wayde van Niekerk pulls out of national champs
The world champion 400m runner was due to make his return in the 400m heats on Thursday afternoon.
Stormers recall their Boks for Bulls clash
There are seven changes to the starting line-up, with four in the forward pack and three in the backline.
Cape Town City's McCarthy angered by poor state of refereeing in PSL
Benni McCarthy says he's urged the league to act on the perceived refereeing standards.
SA Rugby achieves EPG transformation benchmark
The sixth report of the Eminent Persons’ Group on Transformation in Sport (EPG) was released on Tuesday morning.
Male runner dies at Two Oceans Marathon
The runner, participating in his fourth half marathon, collapsed in the race on Saturday.
Error ridden Stormers lose to brave Brumbies
The Brumbies defended as a unit, making over 200 tackles - three times more than the Stormers - while they also forced 10 turnovers against a hapless Cape side.
South Africans top the OMTOM races
In the women’s Ultra, Steyn defended her title in a time of 3:31:28 seconds. Another South Africa Irvette van Zyl rounded off the podium in third.