Devastating blow to SA's equestrian as Tanya Seymour pulls out of Olympics
Tanya Seymour's horse, Ramoneur, has been diagnosed with laminitis - a common, extremely painful and frequently recurrent condition in horses, ponies and donkeys, which condition affects the tissues bonding the hoof wall to pedal bone in the hoof.
Softball makes a comeback at Tokyo Olympics
Softball was introduced at the 1996 Atlanta Olympic then removed from the programme for the 2012 and 2016 Games but was added, along with baseball, for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
SA long jump star Luvo Manyonga breaks silence on his 4-year ban
The apology comes after the Manyonga was handed a four-year ban in June for failing to make himself available for drug testing three times in a 12-month period under the sport's 'whereabouts' criteria. He will miss the Olympic Games which start on Friday.
Bafana Bafana break 5-year drought with Cosafa Cup title victory
Bafana Bafana assistant coach Morena Ramoreboli, who was standing in for Helman Mkhalele, praised the players for fighting through the pain in the Cosafa Cup final against Senegal.
MEC Mohono warns NW residents against starting veld fires
The MEC also cautioned residents from throwing bottles in the veld as they can magnify the sun’s rays and start fires.
Wheelchair tennis ace Montjane brings home two Wimbledon runners-up medals
Sunday's effort came after Kgothatso 'KG' Montjane and her partner Lucy Shuker battled on Saturday in the women’s doubles wheelchair final where they lost in straight sets. | @deejaymanaleng
Wheelchair tennis ace Montjane secures Wimbledon singles & doubles final spots
The Limpopo-born athlete was the first African wheelchair tennis player to compete at Wimbledon when she was handed a wild card for the Wimbledon Grand Slam tournament in London in 2018.
Did the police do the right thing at Nkandla?
Jacob Zuma was sentenced to 15 months imprisonment after the apex court found him guilty of contempt following repeated failed attempts to get him to return to testify at the commission of inquiry into state capture.
Gavin Hunt joins the Chilli Boys as head coach
Gavin Hunt had led Amakhosi to the CAF Champions League semi-final but the team still gave him the boot and replaced him with former coach Stuart Baxter.
'I did what was needed to qualify for the Paralympics'- Supa Piet
The quadriplegic recently took part in part the 2021 Para-cycling World Championships in Cascais Portugal, which was South Africa's last opportunity to increase the number of athletes qualifying for the Games.
Gibraltar to hold postponed abortion referendum
The proposed changes came after Britain's Supreme Court ruled in June 2018 that Northern Ireland's abortion laws, which at the time were almost identical to Gibraltar's, were incompatible with the European Convention on Human Rights.
Ellis selects strong Banyana squad to face Netherlands
Coach Desiree Ellis, a former Banyana Banyana player, selected a team that is a mixture of rising stars and experienced players.
What's next for SA's Stones, Liddle after Africa Triathlon Championships bronze?
Being a vision-impaired and deaf para-athlete Tim Stones relies on Andrew Liddle to make sure that he stays on course and that they work as one unit ensuring that Stones performs at his best ability.
The award-winning Maneo Mohale on why queer poetry is the new black
Maneo Mohale just won the 2020 Glenna Luschei Award for African Poetry for their debut book. They speak to Eyewitness News about healing, love and why poetry will always be relevant.
After Enock Mpianzi's 2020 death, Parktown Boys High principal reinstated
The Gauteng Department of Education (GDE) has voiced its ‘disappointment’ regarding ELRC's decision to reinstate Malcolm Williams and has indicated that it's studying the decision and seeking legal counsel on the matter.
Missing bundles of joy: Govt can't find woman who gave birth to 10 babies
IOL reported on an exclusive story earlier on Tuesday, saying Gosiame Thamara Sithole from Tembisa gave birth to 10 children at an unnamed Pretoria hospital.
Think before you click - Ramaphosa signs Cybercrimes Act into law
What does the new Cybercrimes Act mean for you?
PALESA MANALENG: The importance of organisations like Queerwell for children
The LGBTQI+ community are one of the worst affected when it comes to mental health. Here, Palesa Manaleng writes about the struggles she faced without the support of such an important organisation.