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Three options in SA coaching dilemma
The Proteas had some good moments during the event when they managed to string performances together but unfortunately a lack of consistency meant elimination from the tournament. Read full blog
Can you believe cricketers cover these distances?
I am often asked about the small rectangular pack that is fitted between some of the South African players’ shoulder blades. Read full blog
Havers, and the sands of Troon
In the modern era of professional athleticism in sport, rest has become almost as important as the training. Read full blog
Tahir's story on Inside Edge
Barbados is the venue for the final week of the tri-series and it is a place that is being thoroughly enjoyed by all teams. Read full blog
Emotional win but still many concerns
The Springboks managed to deliver a response to the concern expressed by former All Black coach Graham Henry. Read full blog
Everyone wants to be a ref
I must say I’m getting a little sick and tired of armchair refs who voice their opinions on decisions taken by match officials. Read full blog
RIP Amodu Shaibu
2016 will go down in the history of Nigerian football as a year of calamity, a year of unprecedented loss of some of the country’s greatest football heroes. Read full blog
Tahir is the man
South Africa made a significant charge towards reaching the final of the triangular series currently ongoing in the West Indies. Read full blog
No doubting what Bok coach wants
Springbok coach Allister Coetzee has done the right thing by giving those players who bombed in his first match in charge a chance to redeem themselves in the second match against Ireland in Johannesburg on Saturday. Read full blog
Bale rising to the occasion
Gareth Bale has two UCL titles and one Copa del Rey in three seasons at Real Madrid. Read full blog
Why Keshi’s death is not his end
In 1984, Stephen Okechukwu Keshi, then captain of the new Nigerian Bank football club, Benin, was banned by the Nigerian Football Association from all football activity in Nigeria. Read full blog
Euro refs doing well so far
The European Football Championships for 2016 have just kicked off in France and so far the action appears to be more on the streets than on the field. Read full blog
The future gets nearer every day
Robots taking care of our grandparents, perhaps even our parents. It might be us in a few years, no matter how old any of us are. Automated diagnoses of illnesses and prescription by drone delivery. It’s going to happen, isn’t it? Read full blog
Let's talk honestly for a moment
South African rugby has suffered from delusions of grandeur for long enough, and it is time that we face some facts about our rugby. Read full blog
The ultimate stamp of approval
When it comes to links golf courses on the Open Championship rota, there is no shortage of fascinating historical literature or timeless myths and legends, writes Michael Todt. Read full blog
Smal can give Allister some solace
What happened at Newlands at the weekend was horribly reminiscent of the events that led to the one reservation that many would have had over the appointment of Allister Coetzee as the new Springbok coach. Read full blog
Why just five specialist batsmen?
Australia moved to the head of the points table in the triangular series in the West Indies by beating South Africa convincingly during the second encounter between the two teams in St Kitts. Read full blog
The exit of Stephen Keshi
At a time like this one can only draw strength from the depths of philosophy. Read full blog
Now we are talking... It's Caribbean time
I must confess I am never too disappointed to have 'wheels up' from Guyana. Read full blog
My journey with Muhammad Ali
The first time I read about Muhammad Ali then known as Cassius Clay, was in 1960 after he won an Olympic gold medal at the Rome Olympics. Read full blog

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Three options in SA coaching dilemma
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Can you believe cricketers cover these distances?
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Havers, and the sands of Troon
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Gavin Rich
Emotional win but still many concerns
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Dr Errol Sweeney
Everyone wants to be a ref
I must say I’m getting a little sick and tired of armchair refs who voice their opinions on...