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Come Back Chopper
Everybody enjoys a good comeback story. For that matter, even the bad comeback stories have an awkward attraction to them. Read full blog
SuperWrap: Week 14, 2015
An optimist will look at a glass of water and call it half-full. A pessimist will look at that same glass and call it half-empty. A South African rugby fan won’t even look, he’ll just categorically state that the top half has left overseas and the bottom half is spoiled by politics and antiquated game-plans. Read full blog
Bloodied but unbowed
It will take a bit of time for the pain to settle and for us to realise that the sun will rise again tomorrow. Read full blog
Looking for Mr Special
Two boxers drew a full house of almost 17 000 spectators to the MGM Grand Garden Arena not so long ago. Read full blog
Ref assault should be condemned by all
The assault on a referee in Saudi Arabia recently should be condemned by all. Read full blog
Some accountability at last
The fact that Sanzar has responded to some shoddy refereeing over the weekend is good. We have some accountability. Read full blog
The final frontier
Where do you begin with McIlroy? It's unusual to see players shoot scores as low as 61 but never will you see it done as nonchalantly. Read full blog
Braced for one more big week
I’m writing this about 24 hours before our big qualifier against the Mumbai Indians in Mumbai – a huge game for us, but one we’re confident about. Read full blog
Success determined by injury list
As we approach the business end of the Super Rugby season, I believe that the team which has their main players i.e. their star performers available, and playing well, will win this gruelling competition. Read full blog
Where is the Blitz in these Boks?
The spectacular implosion by the Blitzboks to hand their World Series lead – and then the title – to South Sea magicians Fiji doesn’t bode well for the all-important Rio Olympics. Read full blog
Relax, the World Cup isn't won in May
It’s been a long time since a Super Rugby weekend has been so abjectly poor for South Africans, and you apparently have to go back to 2007 for the last time that four local sides lost to overseas opposition in the same weekend. Read full blog
Mystery author's story of glory
Handwritten notes from a pile of old files tell the story of the fighting Toweels; a father and his six sons. Read full blog
One mistake sunk 'Sweet William'
One of the most memorable fights was between a heavyweight and an opponent who weighed at least 12 kg less. Read full blog
Three headaches for Juventus
An estimated 400 million audience around the world are glued to their television sets. I am sitting among some 74 475 fee-paying spectators that have filled the terraces of the magnificent Olympiastadion. Read full blog
My Absa Prem team of the season
Games are won by scoring goals but defence wins titles. That rang true for Kaizer Chiefs. Read full blog
SuperWrap: Week 13, 2015
How do you conquer Europe? It is a question that has vexed many a warmonger through the ages, and one that none of them could really ever find the answer for. Read full blog
Glasgow – hard on body and heart
I have to start off by saying that writing this blog entry has proved a very difficult assignment. Read full blog
England cricket is in a shambles
You couldn't make this ‘Kevin Pietersen versus the England and Wales Cricket Board’ stuff up. KP scores a rampant 350 not out and the ECB successfully continues to be the laughing stock of the sporting world. Read full blog
Big gun players should be up top
The times in the international cricket schedule when national coaches can just sit back and relax and perhaps even get away from the game so as to refresh or reboot are few as well as rather short. Read full blog
I'm not surprised Arsenal stumbled
Why am I not surprised that Arsenal has stumbled at the final hurdle, or close to the final hurdle? Read full blog

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Segun Odegbami
Three headaches for Juventus
An estimated 400 million audience around the world are glued to their television sets. I am sitting...

Kyle Brown
Bloodied but unbowed
It will take a bit of time for the pain to settle and for us to realise that the sun will rise...

Dr Errol Sweeney
Ref assault should be condemned by all
The assault on a referee in Saudi Arabia recently should be condemned by all.

Tony Johnson
Some accountability at last
The fact that Sanzar has responded to some shoddy refereeing over the weekend is good. We have some...

Neil Manthorp
Come Back Chopper
Everybody enjoys a good comeback story. For that matter, even the bad comeback stories have an...

Brendan Venter
Success determined by injury list
As we approach the business end of the Super Rugby season, I believe that the team which has their...