Kagiso Rabada should dominate awards following his excellent displays in a mediocre year, says Stuart Hess.
Australia's bowlers ripped through Sri Lanka's batting lineup to dismiss the home side for 117 on the first day of the opening Test.
Given the lethargic performances of the Stormers and Sharks, Allister Coetzee may be forced to opt for a Lions-filled Springbok team.
Greatness can be hard to define but two words suffice for Olympic swimming - Michael Phelps.
For the second week in a row, Johan Ackermann has a fully-fit first choice squad to select from for the Super Rugby semi-final ...
A Russian whistleblower says the IOC is more concerned about protecting its image than ridding world sport of drugs cheats.
The Hurricanes and the Chiefs don’t change their plans for the elements or for a pressure match like a knockout fixture, writes John Goliath.
Cape Town City announced another big-name signing as the club continues to demonstrate its intent to make a huge impact on the PSL.
Twelve Brazilian suspects arrested for discussing a potential attack during the Olympic Games were “no joke,” the prosecutor said.
“We know how much everyone was looking forward to the game, but we understand that this bad weather is beyond anyone’s control”.
Stoke City have captured Wales midfielder Joe Allen from Liverpool on a five-year deal for a fee which could reach £13 million.
Lord Moynihan, former chairman of the British Olympic Association, has called for the World Anti-Doping Agency to be totally reformed.
Sir Bradley Wiggins has backed Chris Froome to match his exploits of four years ago and follow Tour de France victory with Olympic gold.
Pitso Mosimane celebrated after capturing Sibusiso Vilakazi, but then quickly revealed that the growing interest in Khama Billiat has him on edge.
Fifa president Gianni Infantino said he hopes Africa gets two more spots at the World Cup if the tournament gets expanded.