It has been a good year at the helm for Safa officials, writes Timothy Molobi.
On-form Banyana Banyana striker Portia Modise is looking to the future and next year’s Fifa Women’s World Cup in Canada.
Although none of the new-look Bafana Bafana players witnessed the ill-treatment meted out to the generation before them in Pointe-Noire in 1997, they might also face a hostile reception in Congo-Brazzaville next month.
Call it what you like, this game was worthy of a Cup final as both Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates lived up to expectations.
The SA Football Association (Safa) has decided to expel its beleaguered vice-president Chief Mwelo Nonkonyana.
The stage is set for a pulsating MTN8 final after both finalists warmed up with victories yesterday.
Nigeria coach Stephen Keshi does not know if he will still be at the helm of the Super Eagles when the next round of Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) qualifiers begins next month.
Bafana Bafana coach Shakes Mashaba has conceded that a lack of killer instinct is the team’s Achilles heel.
A gallant Bafana Bafana dropped to second spot in their group after a goalless draw with Nigeria in the 2015 Morocco Africa Cup of Nations qualifier at the Cape Town stadium.
If money is the root of all evil, its uneven distribution in the Mamelodi Sundowns camp is a massive source of discontent.
Premier Soccer League (PSL) clubs were hit hard by the latest stringent Home Affairs rules in their quest for the lucrative MTN8 quarterfinals this weekend.
Bloemfontein Celtic was in good hands, said new owner Max Tshabalala after he finally put pen to paper to buy the club last week.
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Carien du Plessis had a few precious hours of free time during the US-Africa Leaders Summit in Washington, and, after a few Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups, took a run through DC’s Disneyland for democracy.
After having read my Sunday papers last week, one of the stories that caught my attention was the story with the headline “Dolus what?” (City Press, September 14 2014).
The lively exchanges in this new term of Parliament have been welcomed for breathing life into what used to be a flat and sleepy House.