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SA can claw back NZ dominance
Anyone who watched this weekend’s Vodacom Super Rugby playoffs would have had one simple fact underlined for them in every game – the New Zealand dominance of the global game is growing. Read full blog
Early pioneer of South African ring
More than 51 years before Vic Toweel challenged for the world bantamweight title, Young Pluto was possibly the first man from South Africa to fight for a world title. Read full blog
Refs to clamp down on dissent
Is the sight of soccer players shouting abuse at referees soon to be a thing of the past? Read full blog
Four-course family reunion
There have been just 140 players capped by South Africa across all three formats since readmission and the largest gathering of past and present players since 1991 is set to take place in Jo’burg this Monday evening. Read full blog
Was Ackers crackers?
It is impossible to say if the legendary Kitch Christie had poetry on his mind when he introduced us to the image of two diverging roads that could be taken to a title, but he missed a great opportunity if he didn’t. Read full blog
It all starts again now
The time has come to draw the line between everything that’s happened up to now, and what’s about to happen. Read full blog
The greatest one of them all
No one said it better than David Feherty yesterday. “I’m starting to feel a little guilty that I didn’t pay to get in to watch this.” Read full blog
Does Ronaldo care about the haters?
If there is one thing that is certain about Cristiano Ronaldo it is that he doesn’t leave people indifferent. Read full blog
Forget Brexit - it's time for Sexit
“I’d like to borrow his body for just 48 hours – there are three guys I want to beat up, and four women I’d like to make love to.” Read full blog
Why you can't blame the Lions
The decision taken by the Emirates Lions management to select a second string side for their final Vodacom Super Rugby league match against the Jaguares would have raised many eyebrows. Read full blog
Look in the black and white mirror
The greatest fear, it is said, is the fear of the unknown. It makes sense on a personal level. Read full blog
Open diary, with Glenmorangie
Sunday, July 17: What a final day at this year’s Open! Read full blog
Hats off to Clattenburg, Euro refs
It’s been an entertaining and sometimes dramatic European Football Championships this year in France. Drama in the many missed penalties by both Germany and France in the semifinal. Read full blog
Bring on Thursday!
Ah, Mondays. That was the instinctive response to the alarm going off this morning. But, realising which week it was, I quickly sprung out of bed. Read full blog
Colourful history of SA boxing
South African boxing has had a colourful history, but as happened in some other countries as well, there were times when some colours were never seen in the ring at the same time. Read full blog
Running the rule over new format
We have our top 8, surely. It’s just a matter of sorting out the detail. Read full blog
Ronaldo's date with destiny?
Very few footballers split public opinion like the Portugal captain Cristiano Ronaldo. Read full blog
Hacks attack, but pack was crack
In the wake of an 88-point thriller at AAMI Park, one could reasonably have expected reports coming out of Melbourne on Saturday to depict scenes of glorious carnage and destruction. Read full blog
Focusing on the things that matter
For all the tables they put up on their very good website, the one that Sanzaar doesn’t show you is the overall combined log. Read full blog
Inconsistency on penalties baffles
I can understand different referees seeing different situations from different angles and giving differing decisions. That’s part of the game. Read full blog

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