For a brief moment you had me between a rock and a hard place, Mr Jordaan, writes Mazola Molefe.
New Zealand and Australia need South African participation in Super Rugby more than we need them, writes Mike Greenaway.
There no rugby or financial reasons to cut the Cheetahs from Super Rugby, writes Ashfak Mohamed.
I very rarely curse, but never have I mouthed so many ‘F’ words in my life, writes Matshelane Mamabolo.
A global season is the only way to determine which international side is the best in world rugby, writes Gavin Rich.
The Commonwealth Games would have put Durban on the world tourism map. We would have had with three world cities, rather than two, says John Robbie.
Ahmad must put Africa first. For all his flaws, Hayatou stood his ground against the influence of Europe, writes Njabulo Ngidi.
As South African track and field athletics experiences a boom period, the athletes are starting to find their voice, writes Ockert de Villiers.