McCarthy takes swipe at Eymael, ends debate on Mthembu
Cape Town City FC coach Benni McCarthy could not resist taking a swipe a former Free State Stars coach Luc Eymael after his side's 5-0 drubbing of Stars at the Cape Town Stadium on Wednesday night.
McCarthy delighted with City's five-star performance over Stars
Free State Stars suffered a quick double blow which effectively ended the contest, midfielder Sibusiso Hlubi was given a straight red after a dangerous tackle on Mkhize again.
Samaai says ASA quiet about SA Champs set to take place in April
ASA is yet to confirm venues, dates and scheduling with members and long jumper and African champion Ruswahl Samaai claims this has been the case for the past few months.
Jordaan: Number of female footballers doubled in SA
Banyana Banyana qualified for their first ever World Cup this year after finishing second at the Women’s African Cup of Nations to finish an incredible two ear cycle with all of their goals achieved.
Manu Sawhney named as ICC chief executive
Sawhney, the former CEO of Singapore Sports Hub and managing director of ESPN Star Sports, will join the organisation next month before formally taking over the reins from David Richardson in July following the Men’s Cricket World Cup.
Safa rejects Sedibe’s 2010 World Cup corruption claims
Former Safa CEO Leslie Sedibe implicated Safa president Danny Jordaan, the Guptas and Fifa in two incidents of alleged corruption.
WP cricketer Adams avoids criminal charges following gun incident
Qaasim Adams was found guilty of bringing the game into disrepute following an incident during a match between Western Province and South Western Districts.
Former Safa CEO accuses Jordaan, Guptas of foul play
He says the funding, needed to help Bafana Bafana prepare for the 2010 Fifa World Cup in South Africa, came through after 2010 bid boss and current Safa President Danny Jordaan setup a meeting with Ajay Gupta and former President Jacob Zuma.
[WATCH] Remembering soccer legend Phil ‘Chippa’ Masinga
Former Bafana Bafana striker Phil 'Chippa' Masinga passed away on 13 January 2019. Here are the highlights of his career.
SA Women's Hockey make history with series win against top 10 nation
South Africa led the series 2-0 at the halfway stage and managed to secure the historic series win in the fourth test with arguably their best display of the series so far.
SA’s Lloyd Harris joins Kevin Anderson at Australian Open
The tournament will be Harris's second Grand Slam appearance.
Migrant workers building 2022 Fifa infrastructure still exploited: report
Migrants from Nepal, India and the Philippines have been stranded and unpaid for months in Qatar because of the nation’s use of the kafala structure.
Ellis on winning award: I wanted to jump and scream
It’s been a remarkable two years for Banyana Banyana under the guidance of Ellis. Despite finishing as runners-up at the African Cup of Nations, the team achieved their goal of qualifying for their maiden World Cup.
Van der Dussen named in Proteas ODI squad
There is also a recall for Cobras pace bowler Dane Paterson, while Hashim Amla, who missed the most recent series in Australia towards the end of last year through injury, returns to the squad.
Hamza: I’m willing to battle in test against Pakistan
With Proteas skipper Faf du Plessis suspended for the third Test, Cobras batsman Zubayr Hamza is in line to make his debut on Friday at the Wanderers.
CT City’s Comitis: 'January transfer window is unpredictable'
Cape Town City FC chairperson John Comitis says he is inundated with calls from various agents, but he will only make deals if his squad has the necessary replacements to handle a player exit.
Safa CEO: In the politics of football, anything is possible
The Confederation of African Football selected Egypt as hosts of Afcon after their Executive meeting in Dakar, Senegal on Tuesday morning.
Safa says 'no hard feelings’ after SA’s failed bid to host 2019 Afcon
The Confederation of African Football has on Tuesday announced Egypt as Afcon hosts following an executive committee meeting in Dakar, Senegal.