[WATCH] Princess Charlene speaks about her love for Africa
Her Serene Highness Princess Charlene of Monaco chatted to EWN journalist Jean Smyth about her children, His Serene Highness The Hereditary Prince of Monaco, and Her Serene Highness Gabriella; the Laureus Sports Awards; her love for Africa; as well as her sports foundation.
[OPINION] #Durban2022: Canning it is right call, but who'll pay?
Jean Smyth says it’s now time for answers on Durban’s failed plan to host the Commonwealth Games in 2022.
Queiroz, Renard look to be out of running for Bafana coach
Coach of the Afcon champions Cameroon Hugo Broos looks, for now, to be the only name in contention to replace Shakes Mashaba.
Zuma to meet Commonwealth Games chair over Durban hosting
On Tuesday, Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula said the country cannot afford to live beyond its means, intimating that the costs of hosting the event had now become prohibitive.
[FIRST ON EWN] Jake White still covets Bok return
The Springbok World Cup-winning coach has expressed his hopes of once again having the opportunity to coach the national team.
FIRST ON EWN: Dolly ‘sad’ over Mashaba’s Bafana exit
Keagan Dolly said that he's eagerly awaiting to see who Shakes Mashaba's replacement as Bafana Bafana coach will be.
Sporting fraternity arrives in Monaco ahead of Laureus Sports Awards
All eyes at home will be on Wayne Van Niekerk, no Kirani James this time - but rather Nico Rosberg.
Coulthard calls for SA to host F1 Grand Prix
The former race driver says the country's history in the sport sees them deserve another opportunity to host it.
Joost van der Westhuizen rushed to hospital in critical condition
The family says Joost was taken to hospital earlier today and is in a critical condition.
SA Rugby completes review of Coetzee's first year in charge
Springbok coach Allister Coetzee had a disastrous first year in the job, losing eight of his 12 tests in charge.
FIRST ON EWN: Van Niekerk requests schedule change for Bolt showdown
The world record holder has told EWN Sport his management has sent a special request to the IAAF.
FIRST ON EWN: Queiroz would be honoured at Bafana return
Queiroz, 63, is currently the head coach of Iran but tendered his resignation earlier this month.
Swimming star Le Clos to swap Durban for Cape Town
Le Clos recently announced that he was splitting from his coach, Graham Hill, following the Rio Olympic Games, where he won two silver medals.
PSL's Khoza joins fans in welcoming Sundowns
Khoza says Mamelodi Sundowns’ CAF Champions League victory has put SA football back where it belongs.
[WATCH] Meet a modern-day explorer from SA
Mike Horn is undeniably one of the world's greatest modern day explorers and is now setting out to circumnavigate the world across the poles.
[FIRST ON EWN] IOC pulled plug on Team SA Olympic attire over Mandela image
Sascoc switched from the alternate kit bearing an image of Mandela, to the green and gold outfit.
Sascoc president talks Team SA's 'ninja turtle tracksuits' at 2016 Rio Games
Sport officials have robustly defended the suits worn by Team SA during the 2016 Rio Games.
Hoskins hits out at govt over transformation
SA Rugby has a target of 50 percent black representation across its structures by 2019.