COMMENT: Cricket and rugby's big black lie

Minister Fikile Mbalula’s demand for 60% black representation in SA’s former white national teams could be dismissed as day dreaming but the mark of game-changers is precisely to wake people from the slumber of an unchanging reality to a new one.  

Brazuca - World Cup ball means goals: keeper

Colombia goalkeeper David Ospina says he believes the Brazuca ball to be used at the World Cup gives the advantage to strikers because goalkeepers will not be able to judge its flight.  

World Cup: Last chance for Diedier Drogba to shine

Didier Drogba may be looking at his best chance of reaching the knockout stage in what will be the aging striker's final World Cup.  

Fixture fatigue kicks in at Chiefs

AS the Premiership approaches what Alex Ferguson once called "squeaky bum time", it is time for Kaizer Chiefs' coach Stuart Baxter to let go of his inner Arsene Wenger.  

David Moyes sacked as Manchester United boss

Manchester United have announced that David Moyes "has left the club".  

Arendse messed up Igesund probe

ADVOCATE Norman Arendse is on a collision course with his Safa colleagues.  

Dauda's Brazil 2014 dream lives

GHANAIAN goalkeeper Fatau Dauda's fading World Cup dream has received a lifeline.  

Kosta Papic, sheep in wolf's clothes

IF nobody is going to call a spade a spade and save Polokwane City from making their second biggest blunder since being promoted, then I will.  

Arendse messed up Igesund probe

ADVOCATE Norman Arendse is on a collision course with his Safa colleagues.  

A hit in Sweden, but battling for Bafana

TOKELO Rantie has given an honest explanation for his consistency at Swedish club Malmö and his unpredictable form when he turns out for Bafana: "The pressure is too intense."  

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