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Boxing’s most elusive target
Of all the strange stories in boxing history books few are more fascinating than that of Young Griffo. Read full blog
Proteas well prepared for World Cup
The time has finally come for the Proteas to take on the best in the World Cup. The preparation phase started months ago in Sri Lanka and continued through Zimbabawe, New Zealand and Australia. Read full blog
Let the World Cup start!
As always, it’s great to be home in Cape Town, enjoying a few days with Imari before we head off to the World Cup. Read full blog
Let the World Cup start!
As always, it’s great to be home in Cape Town, enjoying a few days with Imari before we head off to the World Cup. Read full blog
The real Afcon fireworks can begin
The boys are now being separated from the men. As a result, I have also lost my bet about who will win Afcon 2015. Read full blog
The beginning of the end
Saturday’s Showdown at the Bridge has been described as being either the start of this season’s title race or the end of it. Read full blog
Bok resting plan key to hopes
How long ago does the Springbok clash with Wales, the one that they lost to end the 2014 on a note of failure, feel to you? Read full blog
Bafana hit speed bump
I kept hearing that Bafana Bafana could win Afcon 2015. From the first whistle, I guarded against over-optimism and stressed the need to take one game at a time during a top-level tournament. Read full blog
Mali, Guinea and the curse of Mongono
“We now need to respect the rules, we don’t have choice. We are going to shake before the draw, as will the Guineans. We will have to find a more sporting formula.” Read full blog
TIAF - This is African Football
I love big competitions because before they start everyone has something to say about how the tournament will go. Read full blog
The football hasn't been great thus far
It is easy for some of us who are proudly African and who were brought up on Afcon tournaments down the years to be somewhat stubborn or even one eyed in our assessment of the standards of the 2015 edition. Read full blog
Extras, extras...read all about it
Extras will be crucial during the upcoming World Cup in Australia and New Zealand. Read full blog
Will more cyclists make the sport safer in 2015?
Everybody is saying it: we need to get more people on bicycles on our roads. The environmental, health and economic benefits are obvious. Read full blog
The rise from Grace
Ah, rose-tinted glasses, funny things those - a bias inflating the good, and excusing or deflecting the bad. Read full blog
Ex Bafana coach blasts refs
A rant by an ex Bafana Bafana coach at the Asian Federation Cup in Australia has earned him a severe ticking off and a substantial fine. Read full blog
The World Cup is a team effort
I’m writing this just before the fourth ODI against the West Indies, and just reflecting on a job well done, with the series already wrapped up. Read full blog
Poor decisions cost a lot of matches
The Eastern Cape has the largest cricket catchment area in the country which means, among others things, that many people drive from far and wide to watch an international when they come to town. Read full blog
Are batsmen being favoured too much?
The sensational batting feats in one day international cricket continue. I am pretty sure that the ICC had no idea when they brought the new rules into the equation just how much they would favour batsmen. Read full blog
Uniquely African flavour at Afcon 2015
I am watching Afcon 2015 remotely from my home in Nigeria. It has been a totally different experience. I am missing the electricity and atmosphere of being at the venues live. Read full blog
Bafana pay the penalty
Dean Furman is a loyal national team player full of passion and dedication to the Bafana cause. Read full blog

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Segun Odegbami
The real Afcon fireworks can begin
The boys are now being separated from the men. As a result, I have also lost my bet about who will...

John Dykes
The beginning of the end
Saturday’s Showdown at the Bridge has been described as being either the start of this season’s...

Gavin Rich
Bok resting plan key to hopes
How long ago does the Springbok clash with Wales, the one that they lost to end the 2014 on a note...

Neil Tovey
Bafana hit speed bump
I kept hearing that Bafana Bafana could win Afcon 2015. From the first whistle, I guarded against...

Michael Todt
The rise from Grace
Ah, rose-tinted glasses, funny things those - a bias inflating the good, and excusing or deflecting...

Faf du Plessis
Let the World Cup start!
As always, it’s great to be home in Cape Town, enjoying a few days with Imari before we head off to...