Antonio Alkana and Sunette Viljoen were the heroes for South African athletics on Saturday when they grabbed gold medals ...
The Springboks showed the necessary fight and urgency that was largely missing up to now to pull off a 19-13 victory over ...
Big moment in SA-Ireland series carries the pressure of a cup final, writes John Goliath.
A series that was meant to be a chance at redemption for the Proteas has instead turned into a nightmare for under-fire coach Russell Domingo.
A ruthless England side racked up a record score to beat Australia in a thrilling rollercoaster of a third Test.
Flyhalf Beauden Barrett did more than enough to give coach Steve Hansen more selection headaches as the All Blacks completed ...
England's record once things get serious is shocking in comparison with other big guns of the sport.
Shakes Mashaba has made two changes for the Cosafa Castle Cup final clash against Botswana at the Sam Nujoma Stadium in Namibia.
He’s an American, but he’s also proudly South African, which is why gymnast Ryan Patterson will be competing in Rio under the SA flag.
The outcome could have been worse given the number of improving African teams desperate to book a place at the World Cup, says Mazola Molefe.
If there's a modified plan, the Springboks should beat the battling Irish to clinch the three-Test series, says John Goliath.
Bernard Tomic thinks he is playing some of the best grasscourt tennis of his career and is in a good place off the court as he heads off to Wimbledon.
They might be Bafana Bafana by default, but they could sleep tonight as authentic champions, says Njabulo Ngidi.
World Cup-winning Springbok Joel Stransky believes the Boks hold the advantage over a “tired” Irish squad in the Test series decider.
It is time for Africa to create its own “shareconomy” using athletics as one of its most valuable currencies, says Ockert de Villiers.