South Africa has always expected the Paralympic team to perform well at the Olympic games and the Tokyo Olympics should be no different.
When Abbas Karimi fled his home country of Afghanistan for the United States eight years ago he found his purpose – in the swimming pool.
The Mauritian Football Association (MFA) is investigating a claim by a cleaner who said she found a mobile phone that was recording in the women’s toilets.
Manchester City has suspended Benjamin Mendy after he was charged with four counts of rape and one count of sexual assault.
FIFA will be compensated to the tune of more than R3 billion for losses from global football corruption schemes.
The United States Tennis Association (USTA) has announced that the US Open will have mental health resources available for players at the tournament.
Al Ahly surrendered the Egyptian Premier League title to Zamalek on Tuesday night, but Al Ahly president El Khatib has shown support for coach Pitso Mosimane.
Afghanistan's national women’s football team were part of a group of over 75 people who left the troubled country on a flight to Australia on Wednesday.
Despite going through the devastating trauma of being stabbed in the neck, spine and lower arms nearly a decade ago, Theo Cogill’s dream came true when made his debut at the Paralympics.
Victor Mahatanya received a call last Friday and was told that Bloemfontein Celtic will no longer play in the City of Roses.
Has Cricket South Africa's Social Justice and Nation-Building (SJN) project come up with a solution to fighting racial discrimination and inequality in the team?
The Australian state of Queensland will play host for the remainder of the Rugby Championship, Sanzaar confirmed after desperate talks to secure a safe venue for the rest of the tournament.