Hlatshwayo calls on SA to rally behind Bafana for crunch Libya match
South Africa needs a just the solitary point to qualify for the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) in Egypt in June.
Tahir holds nerve in Super Over to lead Proteas to victory
A spirited fightback from Sri Lanka at the death saw the Proteas lose five wickets for just 17 runs which meant the match was tied.
South Africa face stern competition to host Fifa Women’s WC 2023
This is the largest-ever list of potential hosts to have submitted formal expressions of interest to Fifa with a view to hosting the Fifa Women’s World Cup, the first edition of which was held in 1991.
All the feels: Wits winger gives emotional post-match interview
Kapepula began to explain the heartbreaking story about the week he had suffered the loss of his girlfriend and how the tragedy motivated him
Baxter optimistic after first Bafana training session
Head coach Stuart Baxter was happy with the response from the players after travelling from South Africa via Frankfurt, Germany.
SA Women’s Hockey squad for Valencia tournament announced
The 26-women roster will be used to select the final tournament squads for the FIH Open Series in Valencia, Spain in June.
Springbok Women to play Scotland in two Tests in Cape Town
It's their first home Tests since 2013 when they beat Uganda in East London.
SA secure whitewash despite light failure
The result gave the Proteas a 5-0 series victory over the hapless Sri Lankan tourists.
Wits move into second while City, Supersport and Chiefs draw
Wits reignited their Absa Premiership title chances after a 4-2 victory away to Bloemfontein Celtic.
JP Duminy to retire from ODI cricket after WC
JP Duminy will retire from the 50-over cricket after the World Cup this year, but he will continue to be available for the Proteas in T20 International (T20I) cricket.
SA cruise to another easy win over SL
The Proteas won by six wickets with 103 balls left to spare at St George's Park in Port Elizabeth on Wednesday.
Stormers make four changes to starting line-up for Jaguares clash
Forwards Steven Kitshoff, Scarra Ntubeni and Juarno Augustus will all make their first starts of the season, with Dillyn Leyds on the backline.
Elections force PSL to shift penultimate round of fixtures
The Premier Soccer League (PSL) confirmed that fixtures scheduled for 8 May 2019 will be moved due to the South African general elections.
De Allende provides clarity on Stormers future
Damien de Allende has suggested that it is too soon to leave the Cape but hinted that at the end of the year there would be certainty.
Proteas fine-tuning squad for ICC Cricket World Cup 2019
CSA announced a squad for the final two ODIs against Sri Lanka. The team welcomed back Aiden Markram, Hashim Amla and JP Duminy.
Fleck would love CT stay, Dobson open to it
Robbie Fleck will be out of contract but says he would ideally like to stay in Cape Town while he's open to offers from abroad.
Markram, Duminy and Amla return to Proteas ODI squad
Aiden Markram returns to the Proteas ODI squad for the final two ODI matches against Sri Lanka on the back of his outstanding recent form that has helped propel his Titans franchise to the top spot on the Momentum One Day Cup log.
Sundown ease into CAF knockout stage
Sundowns eased through the second-half, content to retain the big lead and knowing that maximum points would guarantee a top-two finish in Group A and a quarter-finals place.