The death of Jacob “Baby Jake” Matlala has shocked the National Freedom Party, party leader Zanele KaMagwaza Msibi said.
Tiger Woods is in good position heading into the final round to clinch his sixth victory at the Northwestern Mutual World Challenge.
Paceman Peter Siddle captured the breakthrough wicket of Kevin Pietersen to end a stubborn 111-run partnership with Joe Root.
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SA has suffered yet another devastating loss with the death of boxer Baby Jake Matlala, Gauteng sport MEC Lebogang Maile said.
The late Baby Jake Matlala was arguably the only man who could make the late Nelson Mandela feel small.
Platinum Stars came from a goal down to beat Orlando Pirates in the final of the Telkom Knockout.
Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur recorded wins as Chelsea, Manchester United and Manchester City stuttered.
Hosts South Africa went undefeated on the first day of the IRB's Nelson Mandela Bay Sevens.
A defiant David Moyes remained hopeful of keeping champions Manchester United in the title race despite another defeat.
Grant Winter was in the company of Gary Player as the golf great paid a magnificent tribute to Nelson Mandela.
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