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Dolly en route to SA Olympic team
Dolly en route to SA Olympic team
Sport

The South African Under-23 team will finally have their most influential player, Keagan Dolly, in camp on Thursday for the Rio Olympics.

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Mendis revives SL’s hopes in first Test
Mendis revives SL’s hopes in first Test
World Cricket

Sri Lankan Kusal Mendis struck a majestic maiden Test century on day three of the first Test against Australia to leave the ...

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Arsenal can’t compete financially - Gazidis
Arsenal can’t compete financially - Gazidis
Premier League

Arsenal do not have the financial strength to “outgun” Premier League rivals in the transfer market, according to the club's ...

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PGA Championship gets underway
PGA Championship gets underway
Golf

First-round play at the US PGA Championship got under way, with golfers vying to secure the fourth and final major of the season.

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Banyana search for ‘their best’ against Kiwis
Banyana search for ‘their best’ against Kiwis
Sport

Banyana Banyana hope to add the “final touches” to their make-up for the Rio Olympics when they face New Zealand in their last warm-up game.

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How EPL’s ‘big seven’ are shaping up
How EPL’s ‘big seven’ are shaping up
Soccer

Pep Guardiola has brought a revolution to Manchester City’s training, banning players from taking part if they are thought to be overweight.

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Ackermann to replace Whiteley for Highlanders clash
Ackermann to replace Whiteley for Highlanders clash
Rugby

The absence of Warren Whiteley won’t change the way they play, said coach Johan Ackermann when he announced the team to take on the Highlanders.

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Komphela content to do it the ‘Chiefs way’
Komphela content to do it the ‘Chiefs way’
PSL

To each his own. That is how to best sum up coach Steve Komphela’s response about whether Kaizer Chiefs were falling behind in the transfer market.

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Wagner double-strike leaves Zimbabwe reeling
Wagner double-strike leaves Zimbabwe reeling
World Cricket

Neil Wagner grabbed two quick wickets as New Zealand reduced hosts Zimbabwe to 49 for four at lunch on the first Test.

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Patterson is just a jolly gymnast
Patterson is just a jolly gymnast
Sport

Eighteen years have passed since Ryan Patterson moved to the US as a four-year-old, but his heart and soul remained deeply rooted in SA.

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‘Boks won't cut it due to quotas’
‘Boks won't cut it due to quotas’
Springboks

The Springboks “are gone” due to the fact that half of the squad must be black for the 2019 Rugby World Cup, former All Black coach Laurie Mains said.

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No thanks for the London memories, says Campbell
No thanks for the London memories, says Campbell
Sport

Australian swimming has moved on from the debacle in London and it's 'disrespectful' to keep reminding team about it, Cate Campbell said.

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Whiteley: What a journey!
Whiteley: What a journey!
Rugby

From Durban to Joburg via PE, it's been one helluva ride for the Lions captain - with plenty of twists and turns, writes Jacques van der Westhuyzen.

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Zamalek coach resigns after Sundowns loss
Zamalek coach resigns after Sundowns loss
Cup Competitions

Zamalek coach Mohamed Helmi has resigned after the Egyptian giant's 1-0 loss to Mamelodi Sundowns.

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Bolt arrives in Rio for shot at immortality
Bolt arrives in Rio for shot at immortality
Sport

Usain Bolt is in Rio to fine tune his preparations for his attempt at an unprecedented triple-triple of gold medals in the men's sprints.