Star jumper Khotso Mokoena will gauge his popularity against popular swimmer Chad le Clos in the race for this year’s SA Sports Star of the Year award.
The inaugural MultiChoice Diski Challenge is where to find some of the Absa Premiership’s almost-forgotten players, writes Daniel Mothowagae.
Orlando Pirates gained ground and kept in touch with the early pacesetters with their victory tonight.
Iconic swimmer Chad le Clos and athletics star Khotso Mokoena headline the list of achievers who have been nominated for this year’s South African Sport Awards.
Banyana Banyana begin their African Women’s Championship campaign against Cameroon in Namibia today.
Kaizer Chiefs resume their Absa Premiership campaign against Ajax Cape Town next Sunday in what will mark the beginning of a series of tricky hurdles over the next six weeks.
Amakhosi take their 12th win in a row as Maritzburg United fail to come to the party.
There is hope on the horizon for sports’ poor cousin – athletics.
In the words of Chicago Bulls centre Joakim Noah: “People remember champions. That’s the way it is.”
South African marathon legend Hendrick Ramaala says he is looking forward to marking his first race in a distance of the 42km on home soil when he lines up in the revamped Sanlam Cape Town Marathon tomorrow morning.
Athletics SA (ASA) must pay R10 million in damages to pole vaulter Jan Blignaut, the North Gauteng High Court ordered the athletics governing body this week.
Banyana Banyana face Botswana on Saturday but coach Vera Pauw has her sights set on their international friendly against the Ivory Coast on Heritage Day.
City Press on Twitter
- MOST READ: Where has the R37bn gone? http://t.co/GZRKGJMKMa 2 hours ago
- MOST READ: Gwede Mantashe lashes out at Gauteng ANC: http://t.co/pH1Tg55V9j 3 hours ago
- ‘Brickz unable to get work because of rape case’: http://t.co/bIkmuRwENi 3 hours ago
- Jackson Mthembu in ‘serious but stable’ condition after shooting: http://t.co/4q3mHqJFCu by @S_samaYende 3 hours ago
- 1 killed in Pretoria explosion: http://t.co/9wVnazeWMZ 3 hours ago
Could you please calm down and crawl back into the beds and couches from whence you came? Yes, I’m talking to you.
It should be increasingly difficult for South Africa’s top executives to justify their enormous pay packages, given the furore over excessive pay, the country’s high level of unemployment, and the huge disparity between the highest- and lowest-paid employees at companies.