Pistorius has not damaged Paralympic movement-IPC12/9/2014 13:56
Oscar Pistorius's conviction for culpable homicide after shooting dead his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp will not harm the profile of the Paralympic movement, the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) said on Friday.
Proteas won’t be taking prisoners8/8/2014 4:30
The Proteas could be hugely embarrassed or show their prowess by mercilessly cutting minnows Zimbabwe to shreds when neighbours meet in an once-off Test match which starts at the Harare Sports Club tomorrow.
Reus ruled out of World Cup7/6/2014 12:44
Germany suffered a major blow ahead of the World Cup finals on Saturday as an ankle injury ruled midfielder Marco Reus out of the tournament, the German Federation announced.
All Blacks dig deep in garden of Eden7/6/2014 12:30
A last gasp try by Conrad Smith sealed a desperate 20-15 win for the All Blacks over an enterprising England at Eden Park on Saturday.
SA match-fixing goes beyond 2010: FIFA2/6/2014 13:50
Match-fixing involving Bafana Bafana probably pre-dates the friendlies leading into the 2010 Fifa World Cup, former Fifa investigator Terry Steans said.
Blues beat Hurricanes 37-24 in Super Rugby31/5/2014 11:47
The Blues scored two tries in the first six minutes of the second half to lift themselves to a 34-24, bonus-point win over the Hurricanes in Super Rugby on Saturday, severely denting the Hurricanes' playoff chances.
Pirates win Nedbank Cup17/5/2014 17:03
Kermit Erasmus scored a brace as Orlando Pirates came back from a goal down to edge Wits 3-1 in the final of the Nedbank Cup at Moses Mabhida Stadium in Durban on Saturday afternoon.
Germany look frail in World Cup bid17/5/2014 9:10
Germany head for the World Cup finals with the football-mad country desperate for a fourth title, but with defensive frailties, off-form players and injuries hampering the bid.
Ghana ready for World big guns17/5/2014 8:52
Ghana are confident they can claw their way out of a World Cup group which includes Germany, Portugal and the United States.