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Professional referees - is that the answer?
It seems this question has been around for a long time. In fact, I remember being asked it way back in 1992. Read full blog
Nigeria to win the 2014 World Cup!
If you were a betting man, who would you put your money on to win the 2014 World Cup? Or better still, would you put your money on any of the African teams to win it? Read full blog
Season's bleatings
Christmas can come early and this year the Bulls decided to bring it to us not even halfway into a Super Rugby season. Read full blog
For Nigeria the noise will come
One just has to look at a map of Africa and South America to understand the special relationship that Brazil and Nigeria share. Read full blog
Climbing the pyramid of success
The fact that an Al Ahly official said the club “have started negotiations with Oupa Manyisa” speaks of the impact Orlando Pirates made in the Caf Champions League. Read full blog
The ghost of Billy Joe
Seven-time major winner Sam Snead was the first Masters champion to be awarded the green jacket when he romped to victory at Augusta in 1949. Read full blog
Many happy returns
After a productive week in Durban, I’m pleased to report I’ve qualified for my fifth Commonwealth Games. Read full blog
The value of versatility
With injuries a constant diet in a competition as gruelling as Super Rugby, I believe the currency of versatility and the depth of one’s playing squad cannot be undersold. Read full blog
Super Rugby mid-term report
We’re about halfway through the round robin, so a mid-term report might be in order. Read full blog
Tradition and history against Africa
It is eight weeks to the start of the 2014 World Cup and predictions are being made on who will lift the coveted trophy. Read full blog
Respect your coaches please
I’m a little sick in the pit of my stomach over how Kenyan Premier Clubs are treating their coaches. Read full blog
Liverpool staying the course
In an incredible atmosphere at Anfield, Liverpool kept up their relentless pursuit of Liverpool’s first Premier League title in 24 years. Read full blog
It ain’t won in April...or May
One of Naas Botha’s famous comments from back when he was a player was that the Currie Cup wasn’t won in May. Read full blog
KP's chance to shine again
International cricket takes a break for an extended period with the IPL due to begin on April 16. Read full blog
Give David Moyes a chance, would you?
All season long the name David Moyes has been on the lips of every football spectator and commentator. Read full blog
Up for grabs at Anfield
In the cauldron of Anfield - the home of Liverpool football club - this Sunday will be one of the biggest matches of the season as Manchester City come to town. Read full blog
Costly wides killed our trophy hopes
As I write this, I’m just a few hours away from flying out to Dubai for the Indian Premier League, which starts next Wednesday. Read full blog
Bruce Fordyce and Lilfordia
The first time I visited Lilfordia School 80 kilometres outside Harare was over 20 years ago. It was before Alistair Campbell had become Zimbabwe’s national cricket captain but soon after the country had been granted test status. Read full blog
So what's wrong with SA rugby?
If it is true that one learns more from defeat than from victory then this country’s rugby IQ must have shot through the roof during round eight of this year’s Vodacom Super Rugby tournament. Read full blog
My Unsung Heroes XI
In between last weekend’s drama featuring the teams at the top and bottom of the Barclays Premier League table, two individuals also left a lasting impression. Read full blog

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Dr Errol Sweeney
Professional referees - is that the answer?
It seems this question has been around for a long time. In fact, I remember being asked it way back...

Neil Tovey
Climbing the pyramid of success
The fact that an Al Ahly official said the club “have started negotiations with Oupa Manyisa”...

Marsha Cox
Packing nightmares!
SA women's hockey captain Marsha Cox is packing for a crucial few weeks away from home.

Roland Schoeman
Many happy returns
After a productive week in Durban, I’m pleased to report I’ve qualified for my fifth Commonwealth...

Brendan Venter
The value of versatility
With injuries a constant diet in a competition as gruelling as Super Rugby, I believe the currency...

Tony Johnson
Super Rugby mid-term report
We’re about halfway through the round robin, so a mid-term report might be in order.