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'I am sorry', Leclerc after nightmare start causes double Ferrari retirement

'I am sorry', Leclerc after nightmare start causes double Ferrari retirement

Ferrari's nightmare start to the 2020 Formula One season continued on Sunday when Charles Leclerc collided with Sebastian Vettel on the opening lap of the Styrian Grand Prix.

Life after Covid-19: Naas Botha and Swys de Bruin offer their views on what rugby needs to do

Now more than ever rugby’s lawmakers have the responsibility to make the game more attractive‚ argue former Springbok captain Naas Botha and ex Lions coach Swys de Bruin.

Former All Blacks coach Steve Hansen says NZ owes Australia nothing

Former All Blacks coach Steve Hansen has urged his former employers to be strong in their negotiations over the future of Super Rugby and that New Zealand Rugby (NZR) owed trans-Tasman neighbours Australia no favours.

Mark Boucher not convinced the West Indies tour is going to take place

Proteas team director Mark Boucher is not convinced that the West Indies tour that is scheduled for the end of this month is going to take place.

There will be no football in SA until late August

Tension is brewing in the corridors of the local game after the SA Football Association (Safa) flexed its muscles and insisted that there will be no football played in the country until the Premier Soccer League (PSL) has fully complied with the health and safety directives of the Joint Liaison Committee (JLC) and government.

World TeamTennis to kick off season with safety measures in place

World TeamTennis (WTT) kicks off its three-week regular season on Sunday, as the world of professional tennis moves forward in the United States during the coronavirus outbreak.

Match called off in Brazil after 14 players test positive for Covid-19

Authorities cancelled one of southern Brazil’s biggest footballing derbies less than 24 hours before kick-off on Saturday after 14 members of one side tested positive for Covid-19.

PSL puts forward 11 playing venues in Johannesburg and Pretoria

The Premier Soccer League (PSL) has put forward 11 playing venues in Johannesburg and Pretoria for the resumption of the 2019-20 Absa Premiership season.

Hurricanes hold off Highlanders for 'massive' Super Rugby win

The Hurricanes held off a hard-finishing Highlanders for a 17-11 Super Rugby Aotearoa victory in Wellington on Sunday hailed as "massive" by captain TJ Perenara.

Norwich City relegated from English Premier League

West Ham United consigned Norwich City to relegation from the Premier League as four goals from Michail Antonio gave the London side a 4-0 win at Carrow Road on Saturday.

Safa and PSL to meet on Monday on return of football

The South African Football Football Association (Safa) and Premier Soccer League will meet on Monday again to iron out issues surrounding the return to play of professional football.

Powerful finish from fired-up Crusaders too much for Blues

The Canterbury Crusaders, stung by what they felt was a dubious refereeing decision, stormed back to beat the Auckland Blues 26-15 and maintain a phenomenal home record in Christchurch on Saturday.

Thapelo Morena, back from injury, resumes training at Sundowns’ camp

Mamelodi Sundowns’ most versatile player, Thapelo Morena, is back in training with his club in Rustenburg after recovering from what appeared to have been a serious fracture and ligament damage to his ankle.

Jomo Sono on Louis Mazibuko: ‘He was a rare journalist’

Football legends, greats and administrators have paid tribute to the loveable character, lyrical writer and old school scoop specialist that was football journalist Louis Mazibuko, who died at 69 on Wednesday.

Chiefs chairman Kaizer Motaung: journo Louis Mazibuko was 'a poet'

Kaizer Chiefs chairman Kaizer Motaung has paid tribute to much loved football scribe Louis Mazibuko, who died aged 69 on Wednesday.

Mosimane on prodigal son Mokwena: ‘I’m receiving an improved Rulani’

Pitso Mosimane said he was receiving an i'mproved” Rulani Mokwena as Mamelodi Sundowns’ prodigal assistant coach took his place at the team’s training camp in Rustenburg on Friday.

CSA boss Nenzani on Gauteng Lions' letter: ‘I’ve compiled my response’

Cricket SA (CSA) president Chris Nenzani says he is in the process of responding to a letter sent to him by the Central Gauteng Lions (CGL) cricket board on Wednesday.

Sascoc board blocks acting president Hendricks

The SA Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee board has refused to lift the suspension of acting president Barry Hendricks despite his victory in arbitration.

Rulani Mokwena reports for Sundowns training in Rustenburg

Rulani Mokwena has arrived at Mamelodi Sundowns’ mini-training camp at the Royal Marang Hotel in Rustenburg to start his second spell at the club

CSA vice-president implicated in alleged conflict of interest in Newlands upgrade

A scathing email from former Cricket SA board member Jack Madiseng to his then-president ,Chris Nenzani, has punched more holes in the organisation’s alleged misconduct case against its suspended CEO

'I have been quiet for so long': Siya Kolisi on holding men accountable

Springbok captain Siya Kolisi speaks about gender-based violence and how it keeps him up at night

Lovemore Ndou reminisces about the 'prodigal son' bout

It was billed as "The young lion against an ageing elephant", a battle 11 years ago which saw self-exiled South African warrior Lovemore "Black Panther" Ndou collide with his namesake Phillip "Time Bomb" Ndou.

Barry Hendricks fights on for Sascoc top job

Barry Hendricks has won the battle but not the war.

'I stand with Lungi': Mzansi backs Lungi Ngidi on Black Lives Matter stance

Many have rallied to the defence of Proteas' fast bowler Lungi Ngidi, after criticism from former players of his support for the Black Lives Matter movement.

'Rulani's Downs return might fix our relationship', father says

Rulani Mokwena's father Julius "KK" Sono is optimistic that his son's return to Mamelodi Sundowns will improve their relationship, revealing they were not in constant contact when he was at Orlando Pirates.

PSL VS Safa battle lines drawn

The feud between the PSL and SAFA over the restart of domestic football moved up a notch yesterday, escalating tensions between the two organisations who've been like cat and mouse over the past few years.

Ex-Proteas player Boeta Dippenaar to Lungi Ngidi: 'He doesn’t have the right to make the decision for me'

Former Protea players Boeta Dippenaar and Pat Symcox said they stood by what they said in Facebook posts with regards to Lungi Ngidi’s statements on the Black Lives Matter movement.

Gauteng set to be the venue to host Absa Premiership matches to end season

The Premier Soccer League (PSL) has proposed Gauteng as the venue for the ‘bio-bubble’ camp for closed-doors matches to complete the 2019-20 Absa Premiership season‚ and next weekend as the date for the resumption of the league.

PSL and Safa could be held liable for any claims for damages or negligence as a result of Covid-19

The Premier Soccer League (PSL) and the SA Football Association (Safa) will be held liable for claims for damages or negligence that may occur as a result of Covid-19 casualties when football resumes.
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