Bafana Bafana once again failed to pass their test against Nigeria in an international friendly at Mbombela Stadium in Nelspruit this afternoon.
For years now, Kaizer Chiefs’ football manager Bobby Motaung has been accused of bringing the club down by meddling in technical affairs, failing to have players sign contracts in good time and not attracting the right players to the glamour club.
After their Swazi triumph, SA again prepare to face and beat their nemesis.
The South African Football Association, together with the Department of Sports and Recreation have joined hands in honouring the late Steve ‘Kalamazoo’ Mokone.
World footballer of the year in 2001 Luís Figo is confident he is the man who can finally unseat Sepp Blatter as Fifa president on May 29.
Kaizer Chiefs’ lead at the top of the Absa Premiership log could be reduced to five points if they fail to beat Moroka Swallows tonight.
It’s make or break time for Chiefs and Sundowns as they try to conquer Africa.
Bafana coach Shakes Mashaba has four big decisions to make over his squad for the Nigeria friendly.
Pirates and Chiefs faced off in a much-anticipated match, but neither of the glamour teams managed to find the back of the net – try as they might.
Caretaker coach Eric Tinkler has already endeared himself to Orlando Pirates’ supporters.
Kaizer Chiefs still command a 10-point lead at the top of the Absa Premiership table, but their character will be tested in the coming week.
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Rhodes was a nasty piece of work. The statue should have been pulled down and given to the Apartheid Museum in about May 1994.
I hardly ever agree with Mondli Makhanya. However, in the article “The decline in the relations of race” (City Press, March 22 2015), he is spot-on.
Conspicuously absent from the heated debate about the removal of the statues honouring colonialists and apartheid’s great apostles is the country’s political leadership.