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Physical altercations just not cricket
South Africa have one more opportunity to finish off the tour of Bangladesh in convincing fashion with the second test starting in Dhaka on Thursday. Read full blog
Ref's job becoming more difficult
What you are about to read may sound like I’m stating the obvious, but it’s true. Read full blog
Du Plessis brothers make a statement
The Springboks have learned the hard way over the past two weekends that at the highest level domination of opponents ends up counting for little if you don’t take your opportunities and if you concede momentum with soft moments in a game. Read full blog
Week 3
July 26: Rarely does a travel day on tour take quite as long as they do here. Read full blog
Sunday's foreign choice
If a foreign coach is undesirable, what makes a foreign assistant acceptable? Read full blog
The honeymoon's over for Bayliss
New English coach Trevor Bayliss will be forgiven if he is both confused and perplexed by the inconsistency of team England. Read full blog
Battle lines drawn at the breakdown
The result in Brisbane this past Saturday was a big disappointment. With 30 seconds remaining on the clock and the ball in the Springboks’ possession, to end up losing the test match was a shocker. Read full blog
Boks are in a good space
There is some justice in the fact that Schalk Burger will become the 55th Springbok captain in the Castle Lager Rugby Championship clash with the All Blacks in Johannesburg on Saturday. Read full blog
Is this Gor Mahia's year?
Gor Mahia is having a bit of a dream season. A total of 18 games into the season, they are unbeaten. Read full blog
Tricky decisions for Proteas
Once again the discussion will be had with regard to whether there are specialist positions in the game. Read full blog
There's no place like home
"The never-ending Open," a solitary voice groaned behind me. I wished it could have gone on forever. Read full blog
I’m no great stickler for stats
There’s a trend for “Best Of the Week” teams being picked purely on statistical data for example, when the numbers simply don’t tell the whole story. Read full blog
Bok oldies are indispensable
Saturday’s loss to the Wallabies was a cruel moment in sport, one of those that draws us in so willingly and leaves us in despair when the result doesn’t go our way. Read full blog
Proteas must make changes
Assessing the stage of development that sporting teams find themselves in is key in structuring a coaching dynamic. Read full blog
Week 2
July 23: Life is very different on tour for the players. They are here to work and their careers may depend on their performances. Read full blog
The Ashes turning point
What a difference a week makes ... or more to the point, what a difference a toss makes! Read full blog
Sunday is the coach Nigeria needs
No foreign coach has ever won the World Cup. Yet some are suggesting the country needs a foreign coach. Read full blog
Super Eagles job: an uphill task worth taking
It is definitely the most delicate football job on the African continent and the most demanding. Read full blog
Proteas made bad decisions
It’s obviously disappointing to have lost the one-day series, particularly after playing so well in the T20s. Read full blog
Form versus reputation
“Statistics are like bikinis. What they reveal is suggestive but what they conceal is vital.” – Aaron Levenstein Read full blog

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Dr Errol Sweeney
Ref's job becoming more difficult
What you are about to read may sound like I’m stating the obvious, but it’s true.

Kepler Wessels
Physical altercations just not cricket
South Africa have one more opportunity to finish off the tour of Bangladesh in convincing fashion...

Gavin Rich
Du Plessis brothers make a statement
The Springboks have learned the hard way over the past two weekends that at the highest level...

Outside the Box
Rugby must follow football’s lead
With the countdown clock to rugby’s World Cup ticking ever louder, here’s hoping that the oval...

Neil's Bangladesh Diary
Week 3
July 26: Rarely does a travel day on tour take quite as long as they do here.

Michael Todt
There's no place like home
"The never-ending Open," a solitary voice groaned behind me. I wished it could have gone on forever.