U2 to rock South Africa

  By SYDNEY MORWENG   World’s famous rock and pop outfit U2 are expected in South Africa next year for their two live 360 degrees concert tours.   This was the confirmation from the event organizers Big Concerts, who identified both Johannesburg and Cape Town as the hosts for this mouthwatering event.     For Joburg, […]

Spurs sign Bongani Khumalo

Tottenham Hotspur today announced the signing of South Africa defender Bongani Khumalo from SuperSport United. A pre-contract agreement has been reached for the 23-year-old to join Spurs when the transfer window re-opens in January, subject to a work permit being granted. Khumalo, who impressed manager Harry Redknapp during a trial in September, will boost Tottenham’s […]

U.S. athletes keep doping while Caster struggles for sponsors

By Elliot Mathye   It seems like most athletes in the United States of America cannot perform without some influence. This after a spate of athletes were either suspended for using drugs or admitting on substance usage on the track.   Those with very good memory will remember how Marion Jones was stripped off her […]

Cape Town ready to host World Cup Show Jumping qualifier

 Head on down to Hout Bay on 17-21 November for a glorious weekend of spectacular show jumping when the FEI Cape Town World Cup qualifier, the last and most prestigious leg of the South African League of the World Cup Show Jumping Championship, takes place. Once again the picturesque Glenellen Farm in Hout Bay hosts this […]

Adidas and Chelsea strengthen their marriage

Chelsea Football Club and adidas are delighted to announce an extension of their global partnership that will see the sports brand continue to be an official sponsor and sportswear supplier for the club over the next eight years.  The relationship was launched in 2006 when both parties created the world’s largest team photo as 8,000 […]

Zuma urges children to play chess

By Elliot Mathye   President Jacob Zuma has urged school children to play chess referring to it as one education tool that can strengthen a child’s mind. Zuma was speaking at the gala dinner of Moves for Life Chess Programme which held in Sandton recently.   Zuma said that they as the government want to convince […]

Boks coach at it again

  By Elliot Mathye SOUTH AFRICAN rugby team coach Peter de Villiers says there is no tension or bad blood between himself and forwards boss Gary Gold hence he backs coach Dick Muir. This after de Villiers apparently overlooked the two in sounding out the availability of other coaches to help coach the Springboks. The controversial […]

Banyana ready for Africa's best after Zimbabwe

By NAKAMPE LEKWADU Banyana Banyana’s preparations for the 7th African Women championships (AWC) gained momentum when they beat neighbours, Zimbabwe 4-0 on Sunday, October 24. Playing in front of the packed Makhulong Stadium in Thembisa, the Augustine “Mthakathi” Makalakalane’s led charges started the match like a house on fire, searching for an early lead but […]

Proteas will not be distracted by corruption claims

By Elliot Mathye SOUTH AFRICAN cricket team, the Proteas, will not let anything distract them at this very important moment.  This brave statement was made by the team captain, Graeme Smith ahead of their all important clash against their arch-rivals, Pakistan in the Twenty20 series. Speaking in Sandton, North of Johannesburg before boarding the team […]