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It's simple...shine but don't scratch
Let me throw something your way for consideration. Read full blog
Tiger roars again
“I don’t care how many strokes I’m leading over him, I still worry about him, fear him.” These were the words of the seemingly-invincible Hideki Matsuyama after the third round. Read full blog
Heavyweight victory over future Prime Minister
Roy Ingram is possibly best remembered for his eighth round stoppage win over Roy Welensky at the Princess Theatre in Salisbury on August 14, 1927 for the Rhodesian heavyweight title. Read full blog
Two firsts for Sugarboy
Sugarboy Malinga has the distinction of being the first SA boxer to challenge for an IBF belt and also the first to win a WBC belt. Read full blog
Why no love for Leipzig?
With 12 German Bundesliga league games played, this team has now won nine matches, drawn three, lost none and is first on the league table. Read full blog
The next African Player of the Year!
The award ceremony for the 2016 Best African Player of the Year comes up in January in Nigeria, but no Nigerians have made the final five-man shortlist. Read full blog
Ref Moss was right to banish Jose
Referee Jon Moss recently banished Manchester United and former Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho to the stands. Read full blog
Too much risk in status quo
So the Springbok tour and the rugby year is over and I’ve been back in Cape Town for two days and have had some time to reflect on the last month and also what went before that. Read full blog
Rugby 2016 tests results
As the old saying goes…It’s all over bar the shouting. And there’ll be plenty of that this week with England to play Australia in the last remaining test of the year.... Read full blog
A fine week on the Heath
One of the first professional tournaments I ever watched live as a youngster was the 1996 World Cup of Golf at Erinvale. Read full blog
Final notes from the road
I’ve been to the Millennium Stadium – well okay, now the Principality Stadium – many times and I tend to associate it with Springbok wins and Welsh laments about coming so near and yet so far Read full blog
SA looking good going forward
Australia saved some face by winning the last test match against the Proteas in Adelaide. However from their point of view it was too little too late. Read full blog
Chief Justice Adokie – happy 60th!
I have never celebrated any footballer's birthday on this page. This would be a first and for a very special reason. It is a useful reminder of our mortality and how time flies! Read full blog
Are refs being bribed?
There have long been allegations and even accusations of referees in football (soccer) being bribed to influence the outcome of certain games. Read full blog
Week 4
November 27: As opening questions in a post-series interview go, this probably wasn’t in my top three to Faf du Plessis after the third Test had ended in a seven-wicket defeat. Read full blog
The need to find answers quickly
I realise there is nothing funny about rugby in South Africa right now, but I would like to start with something that happened in Dublin that made us chuckle. Read full blog
Big decision imminent and necessary
The words that have kept coming to me since the Springboks plunged to their new low in Florence at the weekend were uttered by former national captain and team manager Morne du Plessis. Read full blog
Lights, camera, action!
The test match that fires up on Thursday will be long-version cricket entertainment at its best. Read full blog
Social media's force for good
On balance, has the advent of the social media era been a force for good? It’s a topic which could be debated long into the night, with any number of arguments for and against it. Read full blog
The basics of ball tampering
Ball tampering is clearly in the news at the moment. It is difficult to understand what exactly is meant by ball tampering. Read full blog

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It's simple...shine but don't scratch
Let me throw something your way for consideration.

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Ref Moss was right to banish Jose
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Michael Todt
Tiger roars again
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The next African Player of the Year!
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