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Broos nearly quit Bafana job

Hugo Broos revealed he nearly quit the Bafana Bafana job after losing to France.

‘Death became normal’ – Cheslin Kolbe

Springbok Cheslin Kolbe speaks on how growing up in Cape Town made violent death feel normal to him.

Haller: a champion’s triumph hits home 

Sebastien Haller returned from his battle with cancer to score the winner in the Africa Cup of Nations final.

Bafana players score R1-million each for bringing home bronze 

Here's how much each Bafana Bafana player will earn after their third-place finish at the Africa Cup of Nations.

Kenya’s marathon star Kiptum dies in car crash

Kenyan marathon world record holder Kelvin Kiptum died in a car accident on Sunday.

Stevie, 8, pumped winning team with ‘Ireland’s Call’ 

What made the bold singing of “Ireland’s Call” special at the Ireland versus Italy rugby match, was that eight-year-old Stevie Mulrooney led it.

When minimum effort becomes a habit

The weekend’s Six Nations tournament proved how good Ireland is — and how France needs to take a serious look at their don’t-care attitude.

Aussies beat India in yet another ICC final

Australia beat India by 79 runs at Willowmoore Park in Benoni to lift the ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup.

Ivory Coast stage comeback to clinch Afcon title

Ivory Coast came back from behind to win the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations title with a 2-1 victory.

Broos turns the page from critic to believer

Hugo Broos’ remarkable transformation from being a strong critic of his Bafana Bafana squad to expressing optimism has injected more hope into the national team.

Sunrisers Eastern Cape make it 2/2 at SA20!

A successful title defence in the most dominant of big game performances was the case for the Sunrisers Eastern Cape as they beat the Durban Super Giants in the Betway SA20 final on Saturday.

Williams guides Bafana to bronze

Bafana Bafana will return home as Africa’s third-best team after a 6-5 penalty shootout victory over DR Congo.

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