There were black armbands, ribbons and moments of silence or applause as the sports world stopped to remember Tata.
Reviving memories of Nelson Mandela's greatest sporting moment, the Blitzbokke beat New Zealand in another rugby final.
World Champions Greg Minnaar reflects on a life that made it possible for him to compete in his own country.
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Denmark's Thomas Bjorn pulled away from his challengers to win first prize at the Nedbank Golf Challenge.
Lungani Zama remembers the ‘Madiba Magic’ as he bids farewell to our beloved Tata.
Iker Casillas finds it strange that the format of the draw for the World Cup allowed Spain and Netherlands to be drawn together.
Manuel Pellegrini insisted he was satisfied with a point after Manchester City draw at Southampton.
Jose Mourinho refused to press the panic button after Chelsea slipped to a shock 3-2 defeat against Stoke.
Centuries from openers Quinton de Kock and Hashim Amla helped the Proteas amass 280/6 against India.
Parliament on Sunday sent its condolences to the family and friends of former flyweight boxing champion “Baby Jake” Matlala.
Platinum Stars coach Allan Freese says the team refused to panic, which sealed their Telkom Knockout title against Orlando Pirates.
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers won’t put a price on Luis Suarez’s head as he hopes to hold on to the striker.
The Nelson Mandela Championship will start a day earlier in order to finish a day before the former president’s funeral.
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