SA Rugby welcomes govt go-ahead for return to competitive action
In a press release from SA Rugby, it was confirmed that 'Mr Nathi Mthethwa, the Minister for Sports, Arts and Culture… [has allowed] for a return to competitive action subject to compliance with measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19'.
The return of the Majors - a special day for golf
It was 382 days ago when Shane Lowry lifted “The Claret Jug” as the Champion Golfer of the Year. This was, without the world knowing it, the last time we would see a men’s major golfing title being won.
Mthethwa to meet swimming, cricket and hockey bodies over poor transformation
Minister of Sports Arts and Culture, Nathi Mthethwa has met with the governing bodies of swimming, hockey, and cricket to discuss sub-standard transformation targets.
Ralepelle: 'I refuse to be the fall-guy for a corrupt system'
Former Sharks and Springbok hooker Chilliboy Ralepelle has vowed to take on the South African Institute for Drug-Free Sport in his appeal against his 8-year ban.
Energy, spice & a new level: Jonathan Mokuena remembers his friend Kaunda Ntunja
Beloved and celebrated rugby commentator and former SA Schools captain, Kaunda Ntunja tragically passed away this weekend after a battle with COVID-19.
England strikes back to level the series against West Indies
The second Test between England and West Indies will be a talking point for a long time to come. It saw the English secure an emphatic win to level the series despite the Old Trafford weather not playing its part.
Alviro Petersen: Black players were instructed to abuse opposition black players
Former Protea batsman Alviro Petersen, who has been vocal about racism in South African cricket, claims that black players in the team were instructed to 'abuse' opposition black players.
Proteas' Du Plessis, Pretorius and Nortje back teammate Ngidi's BLM stance
Proteas batsman Faf du Plessis, all-rounder Dwaine Pretorius and fast bowler Anrich Nortje have announced their support of teammate Lungi Ngidi and the Black Lives Matter movement.
Family tragedies force Rabada and Magala out of 3TC Solidarity Cup match
The tragic passing of family members of Kagiso Rabada and Sisanda Magala have forced them both to pull out of the 3 Team Cricket Solidarity Cup taking place on Saturday.
CSA reaffirms support for BLM and Lungi Ngidi
Cricket South Africa has responded to a statement by former players and coaches, saying it is committed to addressing racial discrimination in the sport.
Khoza: PSL season to be completed within six weeks
The 2019/20 PSL season will be completed within the next six weeks - four months after the league was halted due to COVID-19.
Timeline: How Man City arrived at the brink of European expulsion
The Court of Arbitration for Sport has lifted a two-season ban on Manchester City after a Uefa investigation found it overstated its sponsorship.
Ashwell Prince vows to continue fight against racism in cricket
Cape Cobras coach and former Proteas vice-captain Ashwell Prince has vowed to continue the fight against racism in cricket.