I find it quite disturbing that no one has come out to deny a report that appeared in City Press’ sister publication Sunday Sun on November 23 under the headline “Senzo a soccer cheat!”
There is a saying that goes something like this: “Your hair is not the only thing you lose when you get old, you lose your memory as well.”
” No! No! We are not going there again!”
With the first Global Watch: Say No to Racism-Discrimination in Sport done and dusted, a serious, mass educational programme of action is set to start in the new year.
South Africa will host the inaugural Global Watch: Say No To Racism conference at Emperors Palace, east of Joburg, on Thursday and Friday.
There was a time when South African football suffered from a dearth of good goalkeepers.
A total of 32 000 cyclists will be confronted with a new route when they tackle this year’s Momentum 947 Cycle Challenge on Sunday.
Rest in peace Mbulaeni Mulaudzi, Senzo Meyiwa and Phindile Mwelase.
South African wheelchair racer and handcyclist Ernst Francois van Dyk was this week “very” surprised to be nominated as Sports Star of the Year for the SA Sport Awards.
I’m always fascinated by the narrators of the various wildlife television programmes.
The expulsion of Chief Mwelo Nonkonyana as SA Football Association (Safa) vice-president yesterday has left more questions than answers.
South Africans must start supporting all national teams and not only the rugby and football teams.
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I run because I run, and lately it feels like I’ve been running for my life.
Ordinary people are adversely affected by load shedding, and there may well be disastrous consequences for jobs, livelihoods and our sinking economy.
We hear it all the time, especially during the festive season. Many of South Africa’s taxis are death traps.