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MALAGA 7s: A great sevens final as Argentina take the game to the Blitzboks

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An intellectual, according to Billy Connolly, is somebody who hears the William Tell overture and doesn’t think of the Lone Ranger.

Tunisia clips the wings of the Nigerian Super Eagles

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The African Cup of Nations has drawn up yet another major shock as Tunisia knocked out tournament favourites Nigeria with a hard-fought 1-0 victory.

Cash-strapped Moroka Swallows admit to under-paying players

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DStv Premiership side Moroka Swallows has finally admitted to financial difficulties at the end of last year, resulting in payment delays.

The Proteas seal series whitewash over India in nail biting finish

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In a thrilling final one-day international between South Africa and India at Newlands, the hosts were phenomenal with the ball after Quinton de Kock set things up with a glorious century.

Nerveless Burkina Faso win dramatic penalty shootout to reach Afcon last-eight

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Burkina Faso became the first team to progress to the Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) quarter-finals after defeating 10-man Gabon 7-6 on penalties.

MALAGA 7s: A tough day at the office for the Wallabies

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The Malaga tournament so far, has seen the Blitzboks dealing with a firm hand, first against Scotland and then England, scoring 12 tries and conceding only one.

Comoros’ Afcon dream could turn into a Covid nightmare

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Comoros have enjoyed a dream debut at the Afcon, but that dream could soon come to an end if they are forced to play without a goalkeeper.

MALAGA 7s: Hats off to a brave Canada as South Africa scores a 27th straight win

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South Africa relentlessly kept Canada pinned right in front of their goal line, who put up a courageous defence.

Former Bafana Bafana international hospitalised following car accident

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Jabu Mahlangu, 41, is in the Far East Rand Hospital in Brakpan following a horrific car accident in Benoni on Saturday morning, his attorney has confirmed.

MALAGA 7s: Rampant Blitzboks dominant as England collapse

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After demolishing Scotland in the first match of the 2022 HSBC World Rugby Sevens, the Blitzboks kept right on trucking like a fully loaded 18-wheeler as they demolished England with a eight try to nil victory.