Percy Tau is a player very much at the top of his game, the livewire winger responding positively to the backing of Pitso Mosimane.
As expected, I suppose, there have been a number of articles along the lines of "what we can learn from the Olympics".
Kei Nishikori, glad to be back in New York, where he became Asia's first men's Grand Slam finalist, reached the second round of the US Open.
The big sports money is overseas - and who wouldn’t go to France, UK or Japan and cash in when the going’s good? Asks Jacques van der Westhuyzen.
Man City striker Sergio Aguero has been charged with violent conduct over an incident involving West Ham defender Winston Reid, the FA said.
Dale Steyn felt that he "could bowl it exactly where I wanted it" in taking five wickets to clinch a 204-run win for the Proteas.
England recorded the highest-ever team total in a one-day international when they hammered Pakistan at Trent Bridge.
Returning to Cape Town will be a homecoming for Mark Mayambela after he signed for Ajax.
While Stormers boss Robbie Fleck is set to go overseas to research the latest coaching methods, WP have roped in a New Zealander to “exchange ideas”.
Ryan Lochte will look to turn the page after his drunken hijinks in Rio cost him lucrative endorsements - by appearing on "Dancing with the Stars."
South Africa won the second Sunfoil Test against New Zealand by 204 runs, claiming a 1-0 win in the two match series.
Joe Hart arrived in Turin to undergo a medical that should see him sign a season-long loan deal with the unfashionable Serie A club.
More than 100 Russian Paralympians have individually filed cases to the International Paralympic Committee in order to be ...
Arsenal have completed a deal to sign Spanish striker Lucas Perez from Deportivo La Coruna, the Premier League club announced.
Bastian Schweinsteiger said he will not give up on his dream of playing again for Manchester United - despite his exile by Jose Mourinho.