A goalkeeping blunder from Tunisia’s Moez Ben Cherifia gifted Nigeria’s Odion Ighalo a goal in the third minute of Wednesday’s Africa Cup of Nations third place playoff at Cairo’s Al Salam Stadium.
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There will be no fewer than 11 South Africans in the field when the Open Championship tees off at Royal Portrush Golf Club in Northern Ireland on Thursday.
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The Proteas have won all four of their Netball World Cup matches to date but don’t want to look too far ahead and take their eye off a dangerous Uganda side.
Africa Cup of Nations title favourites Algeria defeated the Ivory Coast 4-3 on penalties in Suez Thursday to the relief of Baghdad Bounedjah and set up a semi-final showdown with Nigeria.
Former Orlando Pirates winger Thabo Qalinge has run into a snag in his bid to find a new club after being released by the Sea Robbers.
Orlando Pirates are set to go head-to-head with Zambian club ZESCO for the signature of Burkinabe hitman Yacouba Songne currently playing for Ghanaian Club Asante Kotoko.
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South Africa held on to cause a Netball World Cup upset against World number two side Jamaica in Liverpool on Sunday.
South Africa’s Daryl Impey rained on the Bastille Day parade, as he won Stage 9 of the 2019 Tour de France.
Alessandro De Marchi’s 2019 Tour de France is over after the Italian was involved in a horror crash on Stage 9 of the brutal race.
Springboks coach Rassie Erasmus says that the priority for his team in the Rugby Championship is ensuring his squad are in good shape for the Rugby World Cup in Japan. To that end, Erasmus will attempt to manage his resources and will not field a full-strength XV against the Wallabies at Ellis Park in the […]
The Proteas delivered another clinical performance to set up a Netball World Cup group decider with Jamaica in Liverpool on Sunday.
Team Ineos avoided a serious pile up and injury when they crashed on Stage 8, but one of the bikes got a beating.
Mamelodi Sundowns now have a pair of Uruguayan strikers on their books and Gaston Sirino was the first to welcome new boy Mauricio Affonso.