Imran Tahir is as important to the attack as Dale Steyn, Twenty20 captain Faf du Plessis said.
With two months remaining to the close of the PSL season, defending champions Kaizer Chiefs are still the team to catch.
There was disbelief amongst fans when Sharks coach John Plumtree was sent packing and replaced by Jake White.
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Big-hitting Albie Morkel has rediscovered his six-shooting zeal ahead of the World T20 in Bangladesh.
The president of Bayern Munich, who has admitted evading millions of euros of taxes, hid even more income than he said, a tax inspector told his trial.
Tendai Mtawarira insists the Sharks have the necessary depth to challenge for Super Rugby honours.
Nigeria's footballers stand to gain more than $100 000 each, should the African champs win every game at the World Cup.
Barcelona have the same hunger that has brought them so much success in recent years, Javier Mascherano said.
Orlando Pirates new coach Vladimir Vermezovic can make an instant impact in the two derbies coming up.
South African Davis Cup captain John Laffnie De Jager named his best side for the upcoming tie against Lithuania.
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