Van Niekerk to lead Proteas Women in ODI series against Australia
Hilton Moreeng’s Proteas side will face the WT20 World Cup champions in a three-match ODI series starting on Sunday, March 22 in Durban, with the much-anticipated marquee Proteas Women Black Day event.
PSL charges AmaZulu player, officials over misconduct in Polokwane game
They allegedly harassed, abused and intimidated match official Tshidiso Maruping.
Springbok Women to defend Rugby Africa Women’s Cup title
This year’s Rugby Africa Women’s Cup marks the second edition of the tournament, with the Springbok Women set to play three matches - against Uganda on 30 May in Pretoria, Madagascar on 28 June in Antananarivo, and Kenya on 3 July in Cape Town.
Cherise Willeit wins 5th Cape Town Cycle Tour, Barrett wins men’s race
Cherise Willeit survived early attacks from British triathlete Emma Palant to narrowly outsprint Frances Janse van Rensburg from a lead group of 12 riders that broke away up the infamous Suikerbossie climb.
Imbokodo to face familiar foes in Stellenbosch
Japan, Papua New Guinea, Kazakhstan and Belgium will contest Pool B, and Scotland, Kenya, Argentina and Colombia will play in Pool C. The pools were announced in Vancouver on Friday.
Donald: Coaching Over-50s World Cup like 'playing golf course without yardages'
Allan Donald has coached in the Indian Premier League, on the county circuit in England and was recently confirmed as the Knights head coach in Bloemfontein.
PSL bans hand shakes at matches over coronavirus fears
The Premier Soccer League (PSL) has announced safety measures following the confirmation fo the first positive case of the coronavirus in South Africa.
David Gower offers support to Over-50s World Cup players
'I’m not sure if they’re all brilliant or mad - probably a bit of both,' said the elegant left-hander who scored over 8,000 runs in a glittering 117-Test career.
Sbu Nkosi returns to starting line-up for Sharks clash against Jaguares
Last week, head coach Sean Everitt rested flankers James Venter and Tyler Paul and both have been restored to the starting line-up, as has wing Sbu Nkosi.
Human rings the changes as Bulls search for first Super Rugby win
Muller Uys has more than proven his worth at junior level as the No.8 led the Blue Bulls Under-21 to the SA Rugby U21 Championship final last year
Cobras sign Mangaliso Mosehle on loan
The 29-year-old has played for South Africa in seven T20 Internationals and also has 123 List A matches under his belt and has had previous stints with the Lions and Titans.
Wits players Goss, Doutie handed eight-match ban
The incident occurred during the Absa Premiership fixture between Wits and Cape Town City on 18 January 2020 at Cape Town Stadium.
Bavuma withdrawn from the remainder of Australia series
Temba Bavuma continues his conditioning and rehabilitation following a right hamstring strain injury.
Chippa United appoints Rhulani Mokwena as head coach
Rhulani Mokwena takes over from Norman Mapeza who resigned this week until the end of the season.
Train like an Ironman: SA triathlete Kyle Buckingham shares training tips
The 37-year-old Port Elizabeth born turned professional in 2014 after winning his age group and overall amateur finisher at the Ironman World Championships in Kona Hawaii in 2013.
Cheetahs name team for Dragons clash with Aidon Davis at No.8
Aidon Davis replaces Jasper Wiese who has been suspended for four matches for a dangerous cleanout against Ulster.
Siyabonga Masuku to start at flyhalf for the Kings in Connacht clash
The 23-year-old, who has made three appearances from the bench so far this season, replaces Demetri Catrakilis, who has sustained an ankle injury.
IAU awards 2020 Gold Label Status to Two Oceans Marathon
The race is aligned to the International Association of Ultrarunners that operates under the patronage of World Athletics.