[PITCHSIDE PODCAST] UL recover to hold TUT, Wits & NWU go joint-top
Round two of varsity football took place on Thursday evening. The surprise result of the evening saw the 2017 finalists held by UL to a 1-1 draw. NWU and Wits continued to build on their round one results with victories. Meanwhile, UJ and Tuks failed to find a winner in their 1-all draw in Soweto. Ahmed Kajee and Michael Pedro spoke to Phiwukuhle Mpalala from UWC, who is in his fifth year of varsity football.
Department threatens to halt Nsfas funding for 2019 over backlogs
The Department of Higher Education says applications will not be opened until NSFAS sorts out the payment backlogs from 2017 and 2018.
Malema: There’s no place for white, Indian supremacy in SA
Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema says that racism should no longer be tolerated.
Ramaphosa sends condolences to Prof Bongani Mayosi’s family
It’s understood the 51-year-old cardiology professor passed away in Cape Town on Friday.
EFF ‘ready to govern’ after 2019 general elections
The Economic Freedom Fighters will be celebrating its fifth anniversary on 28 July.
[PITCHSIDE PODCAST] Tough varsity football starts for UKZN, UL and Tuks
The Pitchside Podcast brings you a review of the first round of the 2018 Varsity Football season that took place on, Thursday 26 July 2018. It was a tough start for first-timers UKZN who went down to Wits. Defending champions Tuks went down to TUT. Presenters Ahmed Kajee and Michael Pedro chat to the captain of University of Limpopo Tshepo Motloutse.
[PITCHSIDE PODCAST] Previewing the 2018 varsity football season
EWN Sport's Pitchside Podcast brings you all the latest updates from the world of varsity sports. In its inaugural season, Ahmed Kajee and Michael Pedro present you with all the results, fixtures and talking points throughout the 2018 varsity football season. If you're looking for the stars of tomorrow, you'll find them featured here first.
[PITCHSIDE PODCAST] Introducing Varsity Sport
EWN Sport's Pitchside Podcast brings you all the latest updates from the world of Varsity Sports. In its inaugural season, Ahmed Kajee and Michael Pedro present you with all the results, fixtures and talking points throughout the 2018 Varsity Football season. If you're looking for the stars of tomorrow, you'll find them featured here first.
NSPCA investigates animal cruelty case in De Wildt
In addition to the four cattle that were found, two cattle were seen sitting up, unable to move afetr the tendons behind their hind legs has been hacked
Proteas falter against spin as Sri Lanka take charge
Skipper and birthday boy, Faf du Plessis, provided the only real form of resistance to the Sri Lankan onslaught, scoring 49 off 88 balls.
Rabada stars as Proteas restrict Sri Lanka
Kagiso Rabada led the bowling attack and moved smoothly back into Test match mode after an extended break to recover from his back strain.
Diego Maradona 'fine' after World Cup health scare
Paramedics at the stadium treated the former player for low blood pressure, with the 57-year-old saying that he was told to go home before the second half.
2 die following explosion at Mnangagwa rally in Bulawayo
The incident has been described as an act of terror in the country and comes amid the national elections taking place next month.
Proteas Women keep tri-series hopes alive
South Africa’s next assignment will be on Thursday when they take on New Zealand, with a place in the final still a possibility if the White Ferns lose both games on the day.
46 women rescued from suspected human trafficking ring in Joburg CBD
Some of the women had been missing since January and were apparently set to be shipped overseas.
SA Express may not pay staff June salaries
Fedusa says it will appeal to Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan to provide emergency funding.
Police fire rubber bullets at Meyerton protesters
Residents of the Sicelo informal settlement have been protesting since Monday morning.