Baxter pleased with Chiefs performance

Kaizer Chiefs coach Stuart Baxter says his team has managed to grind out victories from unfancied positions, making the Soweto giants a difficult team to beat in the league.  

CAF rejects Rwanda's appeal

African football governing body CAF have rejected an appeal by Rwanda against their disqualification from the 2015 Cup of Nations qualifiers.  

Barker may retire soon

CLIVE Barker could soon call it a day, but the former Bafana Bafana and current Mpumalanga Black Aces coach has no timeline in mind just yet.  

David Beckham in motorcycle crash

David Beckham crashed his motorcycle in Los Angeles.  

SuperSport United fires coach

IT never quite looked like a match made in heaven, so it comes as little surprise that coach Cavin Johnson has been sent packing by SuperSport United four games into the Absa Premiership season.  

Golf: Fashion hole in one

Golfers tend to be better dressed than other sports people. Thanks to the house rules that many golf clubs have, their members must follow a dress code.  

Mourinho's warning shot

IF the first games of the Barclays Premier League were a sign of things to come, then the football gods must be smiling.  

SA deserves a rainbow nation Bokke: Tutu

Anglican Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu says South Africa deserves to have a Springbok team representative of its rainbow nation, The Star reported .  

Man U false start shows depth of malaise

Manchester United's momentum-sapping defeat by Swansea City on the Premier League's opening weekend suggested that new manager Louis van Gaal will not be able to revive the club's fortunes overnight.  

Bucs dish tough lesson

THE road to a fifth cup final in a row was not one that will be best remembered to have produced the best football, but Orlando Pirates deserved to party the night away for showing such consistency.  

Shakes names Bafana squad

Bafana Bafana team coach Shakes Mashaba named several surprises in his squad for the next two Caf Africa Cup of Nations qualifying matches against Sudan and Nigeria.  

PSL teams raise the bar on the pitch

ASSUMING that the type of football dished out by PSL teams this past week is an indication of things to come, we are on the right track.  

Talent swept under the rug

DEAR Oupa Manyisa,  

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