Alexander continues as president of Saru
Mark Alexander’s only opponent was Advocate Andre May, the president of the Leopards Rugby Union.
SA players set to shine at IPL
The likes of Kagiso Rabada, Mitchell Starc and David Warner will be missing from this year’s edition, but there are still a host of talented players that will light up cricket’s richest tournament.
Combrinck returns to action for the Lions
Ruan Combrinck picked up the injury while on duty for his Japanese club Kintetsu Liners and was forced to return back to SA.
Pirates sweep up monthly awards
Milutin Sredojevic guided his side to two wins in two games during March, with his team netting five goals.
Schoeman picks up Team SA's first Commonwealth Games gold
Henri Schoeman has won the men's triathlon to hand Team South Africa their first gold medal at the Commonwealth Games in Australia.
All eyes will be on SA men’s triathlon at Commonwealth Games
Henri Schoeman and Richard Murray are strong medal contenders having finished third and fourth at the Rio Olympics.
South Africans to watch at #TheMasters
Dylan Fritelli will be the first South African to tee off on Thursday at 3pm, alongside Jose Maria Olazabal and Kevin Chappell.
Team SA looks ready for successful Commonwealth Games
Team SA finished seventh on the medals table in the 2014 edition in Glasgow, bagging a total of 40 medals, 13 of which were gold.
Hashim Amla: Ball-tampering incident a wake-up call
Cricket Australia banned Steve Smith and David Warner for 12 months, while the man who tampered with the ball, Cameron Bancroft, won’t be able to play for nine months.
IPL bans Steve Smith and David Warner from upcoming tournament
This follows Cricket Australia’s confirmation that Smith and Warner have been banned for one year following their involvement in the ball-tampering scandal during the third Test against South Africa at Newlands.
CSA CEO calls on Test nations to increase vigilance on ball-tampering
Steve Smith admitted to being the mastermind behind Australia's attempt to gain an unfair advantage over South Africa in the third Test.
Top 5 ball-tampering moments in cricket
Here are the top 5 ball-tampering moments in cricket history.
FNB UJ book semi-final spot, Madibaz suffer relegation
FNB Maties secured a potential home final when they played out to an entertaining 33-33 draw with top of the table rivals FNB NWU.
Australia adds opener Renshaw to squad for Wanderers Test
Matthew Renshaw will fly out immediately after the Sheffield Shield Final in Brisbane later on Tuesday to join up with his teammates in Johannesburg.
Anderson through to Miami Open fourth round
Anderson needed three sets to beat the 32nd seed Russian, eventually winning 4-6, 6-2, 6-3 to set up a meeting with either Tomas Berdych or Francis Tiafoe.
Another Super Rugby weekend to forget for SA teams
Friday saw the Bulls losing 33-14 to the Crusaders in Christchurch followed by the Rebels hammering the Sharks 46-14 down under to get the weekend off to a poor start.
UJ, UCT to battle for final Varsity Cup semi-final spot
UJ are currently on 23 points and occupy fourth spot on the log, while UCT are just three points behind their Johannesburg rivals.
New Zealand crush England in first Test
Trent Boult, Neil Wagner and Todd Astle took three wickets each as they guided the home side to an emphatic victory on the final day.