It was much harder than they would've banked on, but the Blitzboks pulled through in the end to remain unbeaten in Pool B ...
The glittering IAAF World Athlete of the Year awards take place in Monaco Friday evening, and for the first time in a while, ...
Ian Poulter warmly welcomed Tiger Woods back after 16 months out through injury - but cautioned it could take time for him to settle back in.
Minister of Sport Fikile Mbalula is currently on a working visit to Barcelona, Spain, in a bid to solidify relations between ...
Former Fifa president Sepp Blatter will discover on Monday whether he has won his appeal against a six-year ban from football.
Lions wing Courtnall Skosan wants to build on the impressive form he displayed this year to make a bigger impact in 2017.
Pedro Ramseyer, one of the European Tour's best known caddies who used to work for Seve Ballesteros, has died here - apparently from a heart attack.
A former Chelsea player has claimed he was paid by the club not to go public about allegations that he was sexually abused by its former chief scout.
Cape Town City are fully prepared for a physical battle when they face Wits at Bidvest Stadium in Johannesburg.
Michael Carrick thinks he has seen signs in recent performances that the club might finally be set to move on from the Alex Ferguson era.
Three second-half tries saved the Springbok Sevens from another loss to Scotland as the South Africans triumphed 21-5 at the Dubai Sevens.
"Even when things were down we kept on going and working hard, and it shows we are united as a team."
After a slow start, the Blitzbokke found their rhythm and ran in eight tries to outclass Uganda 46-0 in the Dubai Sevens.
Doubles extraordinaire Raven Klaasen believes South Africa could see an upsurge on the international tennis scene.
He is one of the most recognisable faces on the international Sevens circuit, but that description doesn't do Branco du Preez any justice.