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Lionel Mapoe replaces Jesse Kriel for 2nd Test vs France

By | June 15th, 2017|Rugby|

Lionel Mapoe will replace Jesse Kriel at outside centre in the only change to the Springbok line-up for the second Castle Lager Incoming Series Test match against France in Durban on Saturday.Springbok coach Allister Coetzee named an otherwise unchanged team on Thursday for the second encounter against Les Blues at the Growthpoint Kings Park, which [...]

SA’s GREG MINNAAR wins Downhill World Cup in Scotland

By | June 6th, 2017|Rugby|

RESULTS: Fort William World Cup Downhill Race 4 The 15th running of the Fort William World Cup is officially in the books. A drama-filled weekend of downhill racing has concluded in a spectacular climax with the 15th running of the World Cup in Fort William, Scotland. The classic race venue proved to be incredibly challenging [...]

Wayde Van Niekerk Rockets to SA’s fastest 200 meters ever!

By | June 5th, 2017|Athletics, Track&Field|

Wayde Van Niekerk defeated American BeeJay Lee by 0.33 seconds to claim the fastest time ever run by a South Africa over 200 meters! His time of 19.84 seconds is faster than the current SA Record! The Adidas Boost Boston Games was held on an elevated straight track constructed between Boston Common and the Public [...]

The Springbok Squad to take on France – June 2017

By | May 24th, 2017|Rugby|

Bok coach Allister Coetzee named a 31-man squad for three Tests against France in June. Warren Whiteley was named as the 58th Springbok captain and will get his first opportunity to lead the team when a much-changed squad, which includes eight uncapped players, gets together for the series at a training camp in Plettenberg Bay [...]

Roaring Lions maintain Winning Streak – Super Rugby Round 11 Review

By | May 8th, 2017|Rugby|

The Emirates Lions maintained their winning streak with a comprehensive 47-10 victory over the Rebels in Melbourne on Saturday morning (SA time), while the Cell C Sharks continued with their quest for a place in the Vodacom Super Rugby playoffs by outplaying the Western Force 37-12 in their Durban encounter. Despite an improved performance and [...]

AKANI SIMBINE – First SA Male to win GOLD in Diamond League

By | May 7th, 2017|Athletics, Track&Field|

South Africa's Sprint Sensation Akani Simbine showed he means business ahead of the World Championships at the opening IAAF Diamond League meeting in Doha on Friday night. Following the recent successes of 400m world record holder Wayde van Niekerk, he took gold for South Africa and became the first South African male to win gold [...]


By | May 4th, 2017|soccer|

Over 100 days after the sacking of Shakes Mashaba, Safa has announced that Supersport United coach Stuart Baxter will now take over as head coach for Bafana. Supersport United coach Stuart Baxter has been named head coach for Bafana Bafana. The South African Football Association (Safa) and United have agreed to work together to ensure [...]

Boxing loses another legend as Nick Du Randt dies

By | April 22nd, 2017|boxing|

The Legendary boxing trainer Nick Durandt passed away last night in a motorcycle crash near Clarens. #RIP #NickDuRandt Du Randt, who was the president of the Crusaders Bike Club, collided with a vehicle on the road between Bethlehem and Clarens on Friday afternoon. His son Damien says he was with him in hospital when he [...]