Kaizer Chiefs back in race

An onslaught from Bidvest Wits almost shook Kaizer Chiefs to their foundations, but the result of an unconvincing 1-0 Absa Premiership victory on Tuesday night is that Amakhosi are right back in the title race.  

Tokyo slammed for failing to lobby Africa in Fifa bid

TOKYO Sexwale faces an ignominious exit from the Fifa presidential election.  

Amakhoski keen to get two wins on the trot

The fact that Kaizer Chiefs have not won at least two matches in a row in the Absa Premiership this season frustrates midfielder Willard Katsande.  

Pitso wants Ngele to refresh Downs

Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane says he hopes to have Mogakolodi Ngele available for the match against Free State Stars on Sunday at James Motlatsi Stadium.  

Chiefs skipper Tshabalala laments inconsistency

Kaizer Chiefs have most draws in the Absa Premiership, and the team's skipper Siphiwe Tshabalala, pictured, has admitted that they are inconsistent.  

Ajax pull out of CAF contest

Ajax Cape Town's decision to pull out of the CAF Confederation Cup will deprive its talented youngsters of valuable experience on the continent, which would benefit the national teams in the long run.  

Qalinge expects first derby to be an epic fixture

Orlando Pirates winger Thabo Qalinge has admitted he has little idea what to expect from the experience of being fielded in a Soweto derby.  

Swallows in R40-million debt

Relegation-threatened National First Division club Moroka Swallows is about R40-million in debt and losing R200000 of its monthly PSL grant to the tax man.  

The Bafana rollercoaster

Twenty years after winning the Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon), South Africans supporting Bafana Bafana have probably had many prescriptions for anti-depressants.  
PRETORIA, SOUTH AFRICA - JANUARY 23 Michael Boxall of SuperSport and Khama Billiat during the Absa Premiership match between Mamelodi Sundowns and SuperSport United at Lucas Moripe Stadium on January 23, 2016 in Pretoria, South Africa. (Photo by Lefty ShivambuGallo Images)

Downs prevail in the Tshwane Derby

Moments of folly from birthday boy Ronwen Williams and teammate Dean Furman gifted Mamelodi Sundowns a 2-0 victory in their derby match against SuperSport United.  

Agent denies Mourinho 'love letter' to Man Utd

Jose Mourinho’s agent has dismissed as “absolutely ridiculous and totally absurd” a report that the Portuguese wrote a ‘love letter’ to Manchester United to trumpet his case to be their next manager.  

Igesund explains Khumalo exit

Gordon Igesund says he could not sacrifice a youngster who was doing well just to give former Bafana Bafana captain Bongani Khumalo game time at SuperSport United.  

Faults that led to Bok coach's fall from grace

IT's said there's perhaps something in the SA national team coaches' water across all sporting codes that causes mentors to be the architects of their own downfall.  
 Wayne   Arendse  of Mamelodi Sundowns defends under pressure from the relentless Orlando Pirates during the PSL match at Loftus, Pretoria. PIC: SYDNEY SESHIBEDI. 07/11/2012. © The Times

Arendse's time arrives

While Pitso Mosimane was scouring the earth to find a suitable replacement for Alje Schut, there was a man in the Mamelodi Sundowns camp who knew all.  

4 coaches gone since PSL kickoff

Bloemfontein Celtic are the fourth PSL club to lose a coach this season, joining Free State Stars, Maritzburg United and Polokwane City.  

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