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Week 7
Feb 13, 2016: The Bullring features among many players favourite venues, especially when it is full as it was on Friday night. Read full blog
Who wants to be a referee?
Who wants to be a referee? It’s a question I’ve been asked many, many times and to honest, I still can’t give you a plausible answer. Read full blog
Ranieri must do an Atletico Madrid
One of the abiding images of the 2004 season for me was the celebration from Claudio Ranieri after Wayne Bridge had run onto a through ball and into the Arsenal box to tuck away Chelsea's second and winning goal at Highbury. Read full blog
Anton's on the up and up
For those of you who haven’t already, I’d strongly advise you to read this interview in the wake of Anton’s Haig's first-round 63 in the IGT Tour’s Kyalami Challenge on Monday. Read full blog
Baby Jake - a boxing legend
Not many people know that Jacob Matlala known to his fans as “Baby Jake” was a natural left-hander who was switched from the southpaw stance to orthodox when he was still a boy. Read full blog
World Rugby needs to show leadership
World Rugby needs to step up and display the sort of leadership that at the moment is rather inconspicuous. Read full blog
Some little known facts in SA boxing
Despite the breakdown of the original card, the fight on April 14, 1947, established a new record attendance figure. Read full blog
Week 6
Feb 10, 2016: Neil McKenzie’s appointment as the Proteas' batting coach will be a popular one, and many will say overdue. Not his appointment per se, but the need for a batting expert. Read full blog
Sunday needs more time
My piece on Chan 2016 last week was not intended to make an excuse for the poor showing of the Super Eagles. Read full blog
Bowling attacks will decide the one-days
It was a great pity that weather intervened during the one-day international in Bloemfontein on Wednesday night. Read full blog
Greatest heavyweight upsets
At 20-1, underdog Hasim Rahman's win over Lennox Lewis at Carnival City, Brakpan, in the early hours of Sunday morning, April 22, 2001 is arguably the biggest upset in heavyweight history. Read full blog
Golf doesn't need fixing
It’s terrible what’s happening with cricket and tennis of late. Nope, not the recent performances of our South African stars on these fronts Read full blog
Expect a spectacular ODI series
You might have memories of England's embarrassing 2015 World Cup campaign in your mind. Delete them immediately. Read full blog
Proteas need one-day confidence boost
England will be looking for further improvement as far as one-day international cricket is concerned. Read full blog
Why I lost my appetite for Chan 2016
I wish I had followed my initial instincts not to watch any part of Chan 2016 and not have any negative comments to pass on it beyond my misgivings the moment Rwanda were announced as hosts. Read full blog
Crucial semis hung on refs' decisions
This week two English Capital One Cup semifinals were decided on mistakes by the referees and their assistants. Read full blog
Week 5
February 1: No country on earth sends as many correspondents on tour as England – not even India. Read full blog
Rabada is one fortunate young man
Over the last few days 'KG' has quite rightly got everyone buzzing. His SuperSport Park performance was quite astonishing and his maturity in dealing with his new-found stardom belies his age. Read full blog
Proteas needed this win
The morale-boosting victory by the Proteas in the last test match was sorely needed. Read full blog
Rickie Fowler's new dawn
It’s been the talk of the town in the wake of Rickie Fowler’s hugely impressive win in Abu Dhabi over the weekend. Read full blog

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