Cheslin, Siya and Morné slay the Lions

Call them the British and Irish Lions slayers!

Christine Mboma’s remarkable performance sparks controversy over testosterone levels

Namibian Christine Mboma claimed the silver medal in the women’s 200m after she was barred from competing in the 400m event.

Study finds 44% of Premier Soccer League players were abused last season

A landmark study commissioned by the Professional Footballers Association (PFA) found that two in every five Premier League players were abused on social media platforms during the 2020/21 season.

Cricketers accused of racism offered an opportunity to respond

Cricket South Africa (CSA) on Thursday formally invited all the parties accused of racism to attend the Social Justice and Nation-building (SJN) hearings.

PICK OF THE SPORTS: Gunning for Gold in the final weekend of Tokyo 2020

This weekend will see the conclusion of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics with the race for the medal table still in the balance between China and the United States.

That little guy we all love to hate? We’re going to miss him on Saturday

Faf de Klerk
Faf de Klerk is that kind of guy you miss when he isn’t there, but wonder what he’s going to get up to when he is around.

Lionel Messi, one of the greatest of all time, to leave Barcelona

After 21 years, 778 games, 672 goals, 34 trophies, six ballon d’ors and a single red card, Lionel Messi is leaving FC Barcelona.

Olympic double gold queen blocked for flashing her own victories!

Double Olympic champion Elaine Thompson-Herah has been banned from Instagram for two days for copyright infringements. Her crime is that she shared TV clips of herself winning the 100m and 200m sprint races.

Ugandan Peruth Chemutai makes history with a dramatic Olympic gold!

Peruth Chemutai has become the first Ugandan woman to ever win gold at the Olympics, after winning the women’s 3,000m steeplechase.

Premier League players to continue taking the knee

The restart of the English Premier League after their enforced Covid-19 break saw players taking the knee in support of the Black Lives Matter movement.

Kyle Blignaut is the first South African in the men’s shot put final in 20 years

Kyle Blignaut
The last time South Africa had a finalist in the shot put event, 21-year-old Kyle Blignaut was only a year old. The last Olympian to compete in the men’s shot put finals was Janus Robberts in Sydney in 2000.

Menzi on Wednesday: SA’s biggest Olympic disappointment

The Tokyo Olympics are nearing their end and as a country we have been given little to smile about.
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