Know your Proteas ahead of CWC19
The side will be led by Faf du Plessis and includes 8 players who will make their World Cup debuts.
Amla, Markram included in Proteas World Cup squad
Faf du Plessis will captain the team that includes several players who will experience their first ever World Cup tournament.
ANALYSIS: Tahir and Rabada the kingpins in formidable Proteas attack
With batting in the spotlight, EWN Sport reporter Carl Lewis believes Kagiso Rabada and Imran Tahir hold the key to South Africa's success at the Cricket World Cup in England.
Blitzboks revel in belief, teamwork after Singapore victory
Ryan Oosthuizen, who scored the third try in the comeback, said the match will be an unforgettable memory for him.
Justin Harding shines on US Masters debut, bags 2020 invite
Harding, from Somerset West in Cape Town, finished just five shots behind winner Tiger Woods.
Baxter: Afcon draw to determine Bafana's tournament prep
Coach Stuart Baxter said that once the draw was conducted, he would sit down with his technical team to plot the way forward.
Kitshoff to lead young Stormers pack
The experienced Steven Kitshoff will line up alongside hooker Bongi Mbonambi and tighthead prop Wilco Louw in the front row.
Blitzboks lose Zain Davids for season
Zain Davids injured his shoulder in training in Hong Kong last week and had to return to South Africa before the start of the Hong Kong Sevens.
Titans and Cobras ready for Benoni showdown
The defending champions lost by four runs on the DLS Method, having dominated their opening game, with weather playing a big part in the eventual outcome.
International bodies criticise Icasa plan for sport broadcasting rights
The International Olympic Committee, Commonwealth Games, the International Cricket Council and Fifa are just some of the major sporting federations that have criticised Icasa's proposed draft regulations.
SACA: Players' unions not consulted over CSA move to ditch franchise system
The decision to move to the provincial system is related to CSA’s new austerity measures, which has seen the body revise its four-year loss from R654 million to R350 million.
CSA to scrap franchises for provincial system
The decision is related to CSA’s new austerity measures which have seen it revise their four-year loss from R654 million to R350 million.
FS Stars winger Jantjie dies in car crash
Sinethemba Jantjie joins a growing and concerning list of South African footballers who have passed away in a motor vehicle accidents.
Chiefs cruise into Nedbank Cup semi
AmaKhosi were full value for their quarterfinal win as they settled faster and looked more comfortable on the ball than their Mother City-based opponents.
Tryless Stormers lose to Blues
With the match in the balance and 15 minutes to play, Williams broke the game open with a trademark miracle pass to put Otere Black over the line.
Athletics SA: IAAF breached confidentiality agreement in Caster Semenya case
Athletics South Africa said confidentiality agreements were entered into by the IAAF, Caster Semenya, and ASA ahead of arbitration at CAS.
'I knew I could win': Dlamini ends dominant season on a high at Joburg Open
She pocketed R500,000 after her fourth Sunshine Ladies Tour victory. It was her second for the season, as she previously triumphed at the Dimension Data Ladies Challenge in February.
Burden returns for Sharks & Beast equals record
The burly hooker left the Sharks in 2013 having started his career as a centre, played for the Cell C Sharks between 2006 and 2013 before beginning a five-year career in France, representing Toulon, Montpellier and Stade Français.