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Cautious Boks face U.S. showdown for knockout place7/10/2015 17:22
South Africa would not have expected to have so much riding on their final Rugby World Cup pool match against the United States, but they remain in a battle for survival going into Wednesday's tussle at the Olympic Stadium.
Wolfsburg's survival doesn't depend on VW - Allofs7/10/2015 15:25
VfL Wolfsburg boss Klaus Allofs insists the Bundesliga club's future does not depend on the survival of main sponsor Volkswagen, whose new CEO has stated the car manufacturer is reviewing its finances.
Rantie out of Bafana friendlies7/10/2015 15:05
Bafana Bafan supporters will miss the presence of Bournemouth striker Tokelo Anthony Rantie when they take on Costa Rican.
Philippines' Pacquiao says close to retirement7/10/2015 12:21
Philippine boxing hero Manny Pacquiao announced Wednesday he would likely retire next year after one last fight so he could focus on a career in politics, hopefully as a senator.
Arrows bank on attack7/10/2015 11:37
When Golden Arrows got promoted to the Absa Premiership for the first time more than 14 years ago, their skill driven and flashy football endeared them to millions of football supporters across the country.
Boks to final nail in US coffin7/10/2015 11:19
The Springboks may have self belief ahead of their closing Pool B encounter against the US tonight at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London, but there is little doubt that they are more than cautious.
Probe into England World Cup exit already on the rocks7/10/2015 10:54
English rugby's search for meaningful answers following the team's World Cup group-stage exit may never get off the ground as reports emerge that players are reluctant to cooperate against an increasingly febrile backof recriminations.
German due to land in Anfield on Thursday7/10/2015 10:45
Former Borussia Dortmund manager Juergen Klopp is expected at Anfield on Thursday as the German edges closer to becoming Brendan Rodgers' successor at Liverpool, while Carlo Ancelotti has ruled himself out of contention, British media reported.
Bad day for SA drivers in Morocco6/10/2015 20:53
Toyota SA Dakar Team started the 2015 Morocco rally on a bad footing, with South African driver Giniel De Villiers finishing the opening stage on ninth position.