Cape Town lands 2023 Netball World Cup
It is the first time that the tournament will be hosted in Africa.
‘Crunch time’ for Lions, Cobras in must-win One Day Cup clash
The two are locked on eight points apiece and in fourth and fifth on the table respectively heading to the game at the Bidvest Wanderers Stadium.
Cycle Tour wide open in Pro races
The women’s race will once again feature an invitational start group, with all the elite and top-seeded U23 women having the option to start at Recreation Road in Fish Hoek.
De Kock misses out of century as Proteas stutter batting first
Quinton de Kock went off to a flier, racing to his half-century off 36 balls as he was ruthless on Test series star Vishwa Fernando.
Mosimane and Lorch win February PSL awards
Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane won the Absa Premiership Coach of the Month while his player Lebohang Maboe won Player of the Month Award.
Human tinkers slight with Bulls XV for Sharks clash
Ivan van Zyl replacing Embrose Papier at scrumhalf is the only change in the backline.
Erasmus explains SA Rugby’s revised contracting system
Another important note is that SA Rugby has scrapped their 30-rule on overseas players and are now free to select any South African abroad.
Makata and Du Plessis committed to Blitzbok growth
Blitzboks youngsters Muller du Plessis and Sako Makata, the two youngest members of the Springbok Sevens squad, are keen to develop with the Sevens side.
City score late win to keep title race wide open
It was an enthralling night of football in the Mother City where the home team came out as deserved winners despite going a goal down early in the match.
Benni: Cape Town City FC not championship material yet
City take on the defending champions and log leaders Mamelodi Sundowns on Tuesday night at Athlone Stadium.
Banyana go down to Czech Republic
The Czech Republic got their goals late, 81st and 89th minute, in the second half to inflict Banyana’s second defeat of the competition.
Dobson likely to take charge of Stormers next year
Western Province Rugby told EWN Sport an announcement will be made but did not specify a date of the announcement.
Hendricks and de Bruyn get improved CSA contracts
The contracts cover the Protea men’s bilateral tours away to India in October and March.
'Hands off, back off & leave Caster alone': Support grows for Semenya
Caster Semenya is fighting the athletics governing body’s proposal that women with naturally higher testosterone levels undergo treatment to compete internationally.
World Rugby met with resistance over World League shake-up
Japan and the USA would join the Rugby Championship with the Six Nations forming the other dozen according to 'The Herald'.
MPs unite behind Caster Semenya
Parliamentarians put aside their political differences and aired their support for Caster Semenya in her on-going legal battle against the IAAF.
Stormers make three changes for Sharks Super Rugby clash
DHL Stormers head coach Robbie Fleck said that his team are under no illusions about the challenge that awaits them in Durban.
Safa wants betting companies to start paying for their products
Acting Safa CEO Russell Paul says the football governing body approached the government about changing the law so that sporting bodies and government can also benefit.