Van Wyk not planning to retire: I want a women's Afcon gold medal
Janine Van Wyk is currently without a club after leaving Danish side Fortuna Hjorring due to a knee injury.
#EWNSportingMoments: Van Wyk recalls Banyana's historic WWC qualification
In order to book a spot in the competition in France, South Africa had to ensure that they finished in the top three at the Africa Women Cup of Nations.
Dean Furman's move abroad in limbo amid English football's suspension
The Matsatsantsa captain announced in December that he would be leaving the club to return to the United Kingdom for family reasons.
Everything is so precious - Wits' Brandon Peterson on coronavirus pandemic
Wits are not due back in training until mid-April when the 21-day lockdown is expected to end.
No need to panic yet - Stan Matthews on Absa Prem's continued postponement
Currently, games are suspended due to the coronavirus, but the board of governors has tentatively agreed to finish the season on 30 June.
Notoane not expecting age cap to dash Olympic dreams
Currently, only players 23 and younger are allowed to be drafted into the side, with an invitation for three overage players to also represent football teams at the Olympic Games.
Psychologists explain how self-isolation and quarantine will impact athletes
Locally, the PSL has resolved to keep the leagues suspended but do hope to end the 2019/20 season by 30 June.
Sascoc not taking position on possible postponement of Olympics Games
Australia and Canada have announced they will not send athletes to Tokyo if the Games were held this year.
PSL confirms leagues postponed until 4 April
The league held a board of governors meeting on Thursday to map a way forward for the remainder of the season.
'Safa's word is final' - Jordaan says as PSL holds Board of Governors meeting
National team doctor Thulani Ngwenya revealed that only five teams in the local league have full-time sports physicians - resulting in the majority of teams not having detailed medical data on their players.
English Premier League suspended until 4 April - official
The English Premier League suspended all fixtures until 4 April on Friday after a spate of coronavirus cases, including Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta and Chelsea winger Callum Hudson-Odoi.
Missing document halts Aleck Skhosana’s bid to be Sascoc president
According to the nominations council, Aleck Skhosana failed to submit a form to confirm that he was a member in good standing despite being the president of Athletics in South Africa.
Athletics SA focused on Olympic preparations amid coronavirus fears
At a briefing on Thursday, Japan's Olympics minister said a cancellation or delay of the Games would be 'unacceptable for the athletes'.
Kaizer Chiefs beat Orlando Pirates to move seven points clear
Lebo Manyama scored the only goal of the game to secure victory for his side.
Daine Klate believes experience will be key in the Absa Premiership title race
Leaders Kaizer Chiefs face Orlando Pirates this Saturday in a Soweto Derby, with Sundowns are in CAF Champions League action.
'I'm saying goodbye': Maria Sharapova retires from tennis
In 2016, the Russian admitted she had failed a drug test in Australia due to the detection of meldonium.
Happy Jele insists Orlando Pirates are not in league title race
Even though a win in the Soweto derby on Saturday would move Orlando Pirates within three points of Kaizer Chiefs, club captain Happy Jele insisted they were not challengers for the title.
That’s not sportsmanship - Mark Williams on Sundowns' yellow cards
Gaston Sirino‚ Hlompho Kekana‚ Sibusiso Vilakazi and Mosa Lebusa were sitting on three yellow cards and intentionally ensured they were booked in the 2-1 win over Bloemfontein Celtic on Wednesday night.