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2 hours ago
Proteas youngsters worth their weight in gold
Proteas youngsters worth their weight in gold
Proteas

Kagiso Rabada, Quinton de Kock and Andile Phehlukwayo have already brought a new dimension to the Proteas and proved their worth.

3 hours ago
Lambie relishing Aussie challenge in Super Rugby
Lambie relishing Aussie challenge in Super Rugby
Rugby

Sharks captain Pat Lambie says facing Australian Super Rugby sides is as tough a prospect as playing the New Zealand teams.

4h
PSL deny Ajax request to move Chiefs game
PSL deny Ajax request to move Chiefs game
PSL

Ajax Cape Town have asked the PSL to move Saturday's fixture against Kaizer Chiefs to Durban due to security concerns about Athlone Stadium.

4h
Wolff and Lauda renew Merc contracts to 2020
Wolff and Lauda renew Merc contracts to 2020
F1

"A key factor in this success has been the combination of Toto's entrepreneurial skills and Niki's experience."

4h
All Blacks are far from infallible, says Brian O'Driscoll
All Blacks are far from infallible, says Brian O'Driscoll
World Rugby

Former British and Irish Lions captain Brian O'Driscoll says the Lions can beat the All Blacks if they learn from the mistakes of previous tours.

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Mokoena, Shange perform on the international stage
Mokoena, Shange perform on the international stage
More sport

Olympians Khotso Mokoena and Lebogang Shange were the standout performers as the international athletics season continued to gain momentum.

5h
Rashford targets Chelsea revenge mission
Rashford targets Chelsea revenge mission
Premier League

Marcus Rashford insists Manchester United will be on a revenge mission when they face Chelsea in the FA Cup quarter-finals at Stamford Bridge.

6h
We have to work on defence, says Kjell Jonevret
We have to work on defence, says Kjell Jonevret
PSL

Orlando Pirates’ new coach Kjell Jonevret has identified the club’s defence as one of the things he hopes to immediately fix.

6h
Batsman or batter? Cricket urged to go gender-neutral
Batsman or batter? Cricket urged to go gender-neutral
World Cricket

An Australian cricket administrator has called for terms like "batsman" and "12th man" to be dropped, to encourage women and girls to play the game.

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