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Plenty of reasons why AB can smile
Plenty of reasons why AB can smile

AB de Villiers is an optimist by nature and refused to let team spirit drop after the Proteas suffered their first ODI defeat since July last year.

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Kolisi’s appointment a giant leap for SA Rugby
Kolisi’s appointment a giant leap for SA Rugby

Being given an equal opportunity is all that Siya Kolisi, and other black rugby players, are asking for.

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Liverpool rejuvenated after Spanish break
Liverpool rejuvenated after Spanish break

Liverpool will reap the benefits of their mid-season training camp in Spain when they travel to relegation-threatened Premier ...

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Kebble, Malherbe can build powerful engine room
Kebble, Malherbe can build powerful engine room

The Stormers have two of those "important" levers in their engine room who should be eager to make this season their best.

1 day ago
Aguero inspires City to fabulous five
Aguero inspires City to fabulous five
World Leagues

Manchester City came out on top in an epic Champions League battle against Monaco in a last 16 first-leg tie on Tuesday night.

2 days ago
Krige believes Kolisi will make a great captain
Krige believes Kolisi will make a great captain

Former Springbok captain Corne Krige believes a captain’s most important role is to lead from the front.

2 days ago
Watch these three youngsters in Super Rugby
Watch these three youngsters in Super Rugby

Who needs one big Super Rugby season to become a Springbok, Wallaby or All Black?

2 days ago
Who's going to lead the Springboks into a new era?
Who's going to lead the Springboks into a new era?
Opinion

Adriaan Strauss’ surprise retirement from Test rugby has necessitated the appointment of a new leader in coach Allister Coetzee’s second year.

2 days ago
Kolisi first black African Stormers captain
Kolisi first black African Stormers captain

New Stormers captain Siya Kolisi is “honoured” to follow in the footsteps of some of the “great players” who have led the team.

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