PhD candidate and ex-boxer Lovemore Ndou plans to punch SA into shape

MUSINA-born Lovemore "The Black Panther" Ndou says he left South Africa two years after the country held its democratic election to seek better opportunities in Australia.  

Caster Semenya storms to emphatic 800m gold (Photos)

Caster Semenya stormed to victory in the women’s 800m at the Rio Olympics by more than a second on Saturday night.  

Limp Kaizer Chiefs go down to Bidvest Wits in opening match of the PSL season

Bidvest Wits powered past a disjointed Kaizer Chiefs in an imposing manner that belied a 2-1 scoreline in the teams’ season-opening Premier Soccer League match-up at Bidvest Stadium on Tuesday night.  

Soccer star's life of drugs

As you make your way into their home, you could be forgiven for thinking the Hartleys are the happiest family around the Fleurhof area, southwest of Joburg.  
National First Division side Moroka Swallows fans. Picture credits: Veli Nhlapo

Khoza denies Swallows are back in PSL

Panyaza Lesufi, pictured , has apparently gone to ground after coming under scathing criticism from the Premier Soccer League over Moroka Swallows.  

Fikile Mbalula announces extra rewards to Teams SA’s medallists

Cheers and ululation filled the terminal at OR Tambo International airport as Team SA arrived home.  
Kaizer Chiefs coach Steve Komphela. Picture credits: Gallo Images

New Kaizer Chiefs signings set to sit out the Carling Black Label

The Carling Black Label Cup will be an opportunity for Kaizer Chiefs’ new players to observe how the established performers go about things‚ said Amakhosi coach Steve Komphela on Wednesday.  
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola. Picture credits: Reuters

Man City in talks with Schalke's Sane

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has confirmed the club are in talks with Schalke 04 attacking midfielder Leroy Sane but the move is stalling over the player’s valuation.  

Former Safa president Kirsten Nematandani guilty of match-fixing

Former South African Football Association (Safa) president Kirsten Nematandani faces at least a six-year ban from football and 10 000 Swiss Francs (R140 000) fine after being found to have contravened Fifa’s Code of Ethics over the alleged fixing of matches in the build-up to the 2010 World Cup.  

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