Australia wins 5th World Cup

Michael Clarke signed off with a half century and another World Cup title, leading Australia to a seven-wicket victory over first-time finalist New Zealand before the biggest crowd at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on Sunday.  

Aussie captain steps down

AUSTRALIA captain Michael Clarke has added a fresh edge to today's blockbuster World Cup final against New Zealand in Melbourne by announcing the match will be his last one-day international.  

Madida seeks another chance

Fani Madida may have not had the desired outcome in his first job as a head coach in the Premier Soccer League, but he's not about to give up.  

BBC drops 'Top Gear' presenter Clarkson

The BBC has dropped one of its most popular presenters, “Top Gear” host Jeremy Clarkson, two weeks after he was suspended over an altercation with a producer, reports said Wednesday.  

Kalamazoo's legend to 'live on in museum'

SOUTH African football mourned the loss of a legend after Steve "Kalamazoo" Mokone died in the early hours of Friday morning in the US.  

Sanchez out to get even with Brazil

CHILE forward Alexis Sanchez plans to make the most of home advantage as the Arsenal star plots on revenge against Brazil in today's friendly at the Emirates Stadium.  

Ice-cool Kiwis beat Proteas by four wickets

Grant Elliott blasts six from penultimate delivery to pain South African hearts and send New Zealand into their first World Cup final with a tense four-wicket win at Eden Park on Tuesday.  

Shivambu breaks his dad's heart

Morgan Shivambu got the silent treatment from his heartbroken father on Saturday night after the Black Leopards man played a key role in Kaizer Chiefs' demise in Nedbank Cup.  

Downs: We are not favourites

Orlando Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs may have been knocked out of the Nedbank Cup at the weekend, but that does not make life any easier for Mamelodi Sundowns, defender Ramahlwe Mphahlele said yesterday.  

Why the UNDER-17s failed!

THE South African Football Association (Safa) were excited about 2015 but, after three major competitions this year, only one of the three men's national teams - the under-17s - managed to get through the group stages and reach the final.  

Why the UNDER-20s failed! U

THE South African Football Association (Safa) were excited about 2015 but, after three major competitions this year, only one of the three men's national teams - the under-17s - managed to get through the group stages and reach the final.  

Real need frustrated Ronaldo at his best for Barca

Real Madrid need Cristiano Ronaldo to channel his frustration into producing his top form as they face Barcelona in a top-of-the-table 'Clasico' showdown on Sunday that could decide the title race.  

Bafana coach Shakes Mashaba robbed

South Africa's national football head coach, Ephraim "Shakes" Mashaba, has become the latest victim of crime.  

Winter World Cup not a problem: Boyce

FIFA’s top executives will meet on Thursday afternoon to finalise the dates for the much Qatar 2022 World Cup.  

Bafana squad to play Swaziland, Nigeria

South African head coach Ephraim Mashaba has confirmed his 30 men squad to play international friendlies against Swaziland and Nigeria.  

Nkhatha finds form at United

HIS past and present Premier League coaches are unanimous that Kingston Nkhatha is an absolute team player. That's what makes the Zimbabwean a genuine No. 9 even with his up-and-down scoring ratio, they argue.  

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