Saca: Crisis at CSA threatens future of cricket in SA
The South African Cricketers’ Association (Saca) said that the sudden resignation of both CSA president Chris Nenzani and acting CEO Jacques Faul was clear evidence that cricket in South Africa was at war with itself.
Nenzani’s inaction ultimately cost him his job
Nenzani held the position since 2013, serving two three-year terms plus an additional 12 months to help guide the organistaion through a difficult period. A decision that he admitted he regretted.
SA racer Brad Binder still savouring 'insane' maiden MotoGP victory
Binder became the first South African to win a MotoGP when he claimed top spot on the podium in the Czech Republic.
SA soccer season returns with Nedbank Cup semi-finals today
Baroka and Bloem Celtic will be part of South African football history when they play the first professional game of football in the country since the COVID-19 lockdown began.
Faul: 'I most likely will return to Northerns Cricket in September'
Faul stepped in for suspended CEO Thabang Moroe in December when he was placed under investigation.
Cape Town Sevens event cancelled due to COVID-19 pandemic
The opening leg of the series in Dubai has also been cancelled. The events were due to be the first two legs on the ten-tournament 2020/2021 HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series.
Liverpool fans continue to celebrate PL trophy lift
Fans from around the world tuned in to witness the historic moment and it was no different in South Africa.
How the internet reacted to Liverpool finally lifting the Premier League trophy
Liverpool had mathematically won the Premier League title on 25 June but had to wait almost a month to see Jordan Henderson lift the trophy on the Kop.
Fifa gives Safa permission to extend season beyond August
The local season was meant to restart on 18 July but Safa had amended that to 1 August to allow match officials to adequately prepare.
Former rugby players and coaches add their voices to BLM movement
The group includes the likes of Aswin Willemse, former Springbok coach Peter de Villiers, former SA Sevens coach Paul Treu and Thando Manana.
Northerns Cricket: We've never had any complaints of racism
Media reports earlier in the week stated that Ethy Mbhalati experienced racial discrimination in his 14-year career in Pretoria.
Amla: Black lives matter because we're all black
Former Proteas batsman Hashim Amla is the latest high profile cricketer to add his name to the growing list of supporters for Lungi Ngidi and the Black Lives Matter movement.
Pretorius: 3TC match will be 'bitter sweet'
The format will be a strange one, with three teams competing in a single match with eight players on each side. The match is played over 36 overs in two halves of 18 overs with a break at halftime.
Ashwell Prince: 'The system is broken'
Cape Cobras coach and former Proteas vice-captain Ashwell Prince has spoken out about the treatment players of colour are subjected in cricket.
Mosimane: Return to training has been strange
Sundowns are in Rustenburg for a mini-training camp in preparation for the resumption of the season, with a date for the resumption of matches yet to be confirmed.
Olympic star Mo Farah announced as ambassador for virtual CT Marathon
The Sanlam Cape Town Virtual Marathon, which also includes the 5km and 10km Peace Runs and newly-added half marathon, takes place on 18 October 2020.
Mahlatse 'Chiliboy' Ralepelle handed 8-year doping ban
The 33-year-old tested positive for the banned anabolic agent, Zeranol, during an out-of-competition test on the 17th January 2019.
New Zealand crowned Sevens Series champions as season is called off
Tournaments in Langford in Canada, London, Paris, Singapore and Hong Kong will not be played this year.