Return of SA football closer as Safa says protocols agreed to
Safa president Danny Jordaan and National Soccer League (NSL) chairperson Irvin Khoza have been mandated to meet and brief the ministers of Health and Transport on what needs to be done in the case of football returning to play.
GolfRSA disappointed with uncertainty of where golf stands at alert Level 3
Minister of Sports, Arts and Culture, Nathi Mthethwa held a briefing on Saturday to clarify how the change in lockdown levels impacts sports in the country.
Sport, arts and culture COVID-19 relief fund increased to R200 mln
The minister said 1,320 athletes and artists have applied for the relief fund and 592 have been paid so far.
#ExtraTime with Netball SA president Cecilia Molokwane
In today’s edition of Extra Time, we speak to Netball SA president Cecilia Molokwane about her many years in the sport, and some of the exciting plans she has as the World Cup approaches.
#ExtraTime with SA netball coach Dorette Badenhorst
In this week's edition of #ExtraTime, we focus our attention on netball, and we speak to national team coach Dorette Badenhorst who takes us through her journey in the sport.
Mosimane expects season to conclude, doubts Sun City camp
The SA Football Association (Safa) and the Premier Soccer League (PSL) have commissioned a task force to come up with a strategy on when the right time would be for games to be played behind closed doors.
‘We don’t want to wait’: Sukazi says as he edges closer to buying Celtic status
Tim Sukazi has been in negotiations with owner Max Tshabalala since January over the purchase in a bid to make his TS Galaxy side a top-flight outfit.
Athlete Manyonga faces court for breaking lockdown rules, public drinking
The 29-year-old long jump medalist was allegedly caught at Thubelitsha Park and has been charged in terms of the Disaster Management Act.
Golden Arrows defender Nkanyiso Mngwengwe dies
Speaking to Eyewitness News, assistant coach Mandla Ncikazi said the player was not feeling unwell or sick in the hours before his death.
Dolly has no plans to retire from Bafana Bafana, wants to stay in Europe
Keagan Dolly had a stop-start 2019 campaign with Bafana Bafana after sustaining a groin injury that saw him miss out on participating at the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations.
Ackermann leaves Gloucester to join Japanese club
Johan Ackermann joined the Cherry and Whites at the start of the 2017/18 season and took the team to the final of the European Challenge Cup in his first season.
COVID-19: Marx, Vermaak among those leaving the Lions with immediate effect
On Friday, the group announced that Malcolm Marx, Ruan Vermaak, Tyrone Green, Shaun Reynolds and assistant coach Neil de Bruin have left the union.
Safa, PSL to meet Tuesday to discuss how to resume football season
There've been no local matches since mid-March as the result of the lockdown imposed by President Cyril Ramaphosa as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
SuperSport players' salaries will be covered, at least until June - Matthews
Salary cuts are being implemented across sport as a result of the coronavirus pandemic which has also lead to postponements of football leagues across the globe.
Warriors all-rounder Solo Nqweni tests positive for coronavirus
His diagnosis follows a year of having serious medical issues.
Mthethwa urges Safa, PSL to use 'one voice' on resumption of football
Minister of Sport Nathi Mthethwa is due to hold a meeting with both Safa and the PSL on a way forward but says there are mixed signals coming from the two bodies about the resumption of the sport.
Govt is fast-tracking relief funds for freelancers, says Mthethwa
The minister on Monday gave an update on the payment of the R150 million, which would cover lost earning from March until June this year.
AmaZulu's Sokhela: We have to finish the season
In March, the board of governors set a target of 30 June to finish the 2019/20 season but were flexible on its conclusion.