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5 days ago
New Proteas are starting to bloom
New Proteas are starting to bloom

The resilience shown in the first Test in Perth, after Dale Steyn left the field, was the turning point of the series, according to Faf du Plessis.

6 days ago
Footballers unite! Let compassion reign
Footballers unite! Let compassion reign

Even though death is a certainty, when it hits home it feels new. I consider football to be more than just a job, writes Njabulo Ngidi.

6 days ago
From Brighton to Cardiff: A sad tale of two cities
From Brighton to Cardiff: A sad tale of two cities

I was there, both in Brighton for the Japan World Cup defeat last year, and in Cardiff for the loss to Wales last week, writes John Robbie.

8 days ago
Give AB a shot to lead before doubting his ability
Give AB a shot to lead before doubting his ability
Sport

Since being formally named Test captain in February, AB de Villiers hasn't had the chance to lead the Test team because of injury, writes Stuart Hess.

9 days ago
Safa must be in unison when picking new boss
Safa must be in unison when picking new boss

The worst kept secret down the Safa House corridors was that Shakes Mashaba has always been an unwelcome guest, writes Mazola Molefe.

9 days ago
How low can Bok coach go?
How low can Bok coach go?
Sport

Allister Coetzee just presided over statistically the worst Springbok season in history, using an outdated game plan, writes Ashfak Mohamed.

10 days ago
Taking players out of their comfort zone hasn’t hurt City
Taking players out of their comfort zone hasn’t hurt City

Rodney Reiners says Cape Town City's early success has everything to do with their own individual ability, the dedication ...

10 days ago
Smeda out to silence Oshoala
Smeda out to silence Oshoala
Sport

Now a defender, Banyana's Leandra Smeda would love to stop Asisat Oshoala from striking again like she did two years ago, writes Njabulo Ngidi.

10 days ago
Strauss is a leader who deserved better than this
Strauss is a leader who deserved better than this
Sport

If there was one person I really felt sorry for when the Springboks returned home, it was Adriaan Strauss, writes Jacques van der Westhuyzen.

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