Netherlands Hosts PNG In Intercontinental Cup

Netherlands will strive to take the home advantage when it faces debutant Papua New Guinea (PNG) in the four-day first-class Read more

May Mahlangu Has Put The Past Behind Him

It is almost two years since May Mahlangu last donned the Bafana Bafana jersey – he last represented his country Read more

Several Changes To Bafana Bafana Squad

Bafana Bafana have safely arrived in Durban for their upcoming 2015 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Gambia.  The squad Read more

Laureus Legends Pick Barcelona

Five great international football legends, all Laureus Academy Members and Ambassadors, are tipping FC Barcelona to win Saturday’s Champions League Read more

Contenders Ready For Intercontinental Cup

All four Associate nations, which recently impressed at the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015, will be in action from Tuesday Read more

Chiefs Fail To Keep Winning Team In Tact

When news filtered through on Sunday morning that Kaizer Chiefs had “booted out” former skipper Itumeleng Khune and current captain Tefu Mashamaite, Read more

Akani Simbine Second In Hengelo

Akani Simbine finished second in 10.12 seconds in the 100 metres at the Fanny Blankers-Koen meeting in Hengelo, The Netherlands. Read more

Wheelchair Doubles Delight For SA Stars

It was a good day at the office for South Africa’s wheelchair tennis stars Kgothatso ‘KG’ Montjane (pictured) and Evans Read more

Namibia & Hong Kong Begin Quest For Test Cricket

The four-day first-class Intercontinental Cup 2015-17, which is a pathway for Test cricket, kicks off at the Wanderers, Windhoek, when Read more

Lucas Sithole Wins SA Open

South Africa’s Lucas “Twister” Sithole was the coolest customer on centre court at Ellis Park Tennis Stadium in Johannesburg on Read more

Lucas Sithole Makes SA Open Final

Lucas Sithole had the South African wheelchair tennis fans dancing on centre court after he defeated British world number three Read more

Lucas Sithole Wins At Wheelchair SA Open

Despite losing the opening set to unseeded Itay Erenlib, South Africa’s Lucas Sithole danced his way to victory in the Read more

Cape Town Marathon Preparations Shaping Up

With entries to Africa’s first IAAF Silver Label-accredited marathon having opened last month, the 7 500 places in the 42.4km main Read more

KG Montjane Ready For Quarter-Finals

Kgothatso ‘KG’ Montjane is hungry and driven to face Marjolein Buis from the Netherlands in the women’s singles quarter-finals of Read more

Leon Els Ready To Cause A Racket At Ellis Park

Ernie Els’ challenge at the Masters went downhill fast after the first round, but namesake Leon Els hopes to advance Read more

Sithole & Montjane Seeded For SA Open

South African Wheelchair tennis aces Lucas Sithole and Kgothatso (KG) Montjane have both been seeded in their respective divisions for Read more

South Africans On Course At Gauteng Open

South Africa’s top ranked Kgothatso ‘KG’ Montjane and Lucas Sithole remain on course for repeat success after both players came Read more

Lucas Sithole & KG Montjane Advance At Gauteng Open

Former world number one Maikel Scheffers from the Netherlands crushed South African hopes with a straight set victory over Evans Read more

Lucas Sithole & Kgothatso Montjane Seeded For Gauteng Open

South African Wheelchair tennis aces Lucas Sithole and Kgothatso (KG) Montjane have both been seeded in the top four of Read more

World’s Mountain Bikers Heading To South Africa

Over 100 foreign mountain bikers from 20 countries will be among the field of 800 for a nine-day tour across Read more

Netherlands Too Strong For Spain

The Netherlands recorded a morale-boosting 2-0 friendly victory over Spain at the Amsterdam Arena on Tuesday night to ease the Read more

Top Wheelchair Tennis Stars Heading To SA

Good news for tennis fans is that some of the world’s best wheelchair tennis players have entered the upcoming Airports Read more