After a slow start, the Blitzbokke found their rhythm and ran in eight tries to outclass Uganda 46-0 in the Dubai Sevens.
Doubles extraordinaire Raven Klaasen believes South Africa could see an upsurge on the international tennis scene.
He is one of the most recognisable faces on the international Sevens circuit, but that description doesn't do Branco du Preez any justice.
Wayne Rooney has not been selected by his peers for this year's Fifa FifPro World11 shortlist for the first time in the award's history.
Conor McGregor has been granted a boxing license, fuelling speculation that the UFC lightweight champion could meet Floyd Mayweather in the ring.
To become IAAF Athlete of the Year, Wayde van Niekerk will have to beat Bolt and Farrah ... no problem, writes Ashfak Mohamed.
The authorities shut down a Bolivian charter airline whose plane ran out of fuel and crashed in the Colombian mountains.
Barcelona are the more desperate side as Real Madrid visit Catalonia for the first El Clasico of the season boasting a six-point lead.
Donald Trump has spoken to IOC chief Thomas Bach to express his "strong support" for LA's bid for the 2024 Games.
Chelsea's renaissance under Antonio Conte comes under renewed scrutiny when the Premier League leaders visit Manchester City this weekend.
Tiger Woods made a positive start to his first competitive round in nearly 16 months when he parred his opening hole at the Hero World Challenge.
Arsenal's Santi Cazorla will undergo ankle surgery and is set for a three-month spell on the sidelines, the Premier League club said.
Charl Schwartzel is hunting down the Big Five at Leopard Creek – a record five wins in the Alfred Dunhill Championship on ...
Despite battling with injury last season, Kyle Brown came back to play some of the best rugby of his career at the Rio Olympics.
Around 350 people have come forward to say they were sexually abused as children by youth football coaches in Britain.