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Poor decisions cost a lot of matches
The Eastern Cape has the largest cricket catchment area in the country which means, among others things, that many people drive from far and wide to watch an international when they come to town. Read full blog
Are batsmen being favoured too much?
The sensational batting feats in one day international cricket continue. I am pretty sure that the ICC had no idea when they brought the new rules into the equation just how much they would favour batsmen. Read full blog
Uniquely African flavour at Afcon 2015
I am watching Afcon 2015 remotely from my home in Nigeria. It has been a totally different experience. I am missing the electricity and atmosphere of being at the venues live. Read full blog
Bafana pay the penalty
Dean Furman is a loyal national team player full of passion and dedication to the Bafana cause. Read full blog
Afcon 2015 exciting and surprising
In 2008, I had to pick up a personalised pair of football boots for a member of the Nigerian squad. Read full blog
'Little' Africa has no fear
Once upon a time there was “little” Africa when it came to football and there was “big” Africa. Read full blog
A Fat Man, a Surgeon and a Swimmer
The most popular and often accurate way to judge the ‘mood’ of a nation is by what the taxi drivers are saying. Read full blog
Is rugby in danger of losing its soul?
The advent of rugby as a professional sport has not been without its negativity, and despite the swathes of cash being floated about, a serious question must be asked whether or not the game is in danger of losing its soul? Read full blog
AB miracle gives SA favourites tag
Every now and then a sporting miracle occurs. Those fortunate enough to witness such an event will always remember the sheer magnitude of the occasion. Read full blog
The amazing Mr De Villiers
It really is unbelievable how the Wanderers Stadium is able to produce these record breaking cricket matches with such regularity. Read full blog
From efficiency to calamity
"I'm playing for second now," conceded Rory McIlroy on Sunday morning at the HSBC Abu Dhabi Championship. Read full blog
Holt’s role in East Side Story
There is something about the East Rand that seems to bring out the fighting spirit in young men. Read full blog
And the key players are...
The Proteas have many of the best players on earth and some of the least distinguished. Read full blog
Laying down a marker
It was great to have a couple of days rest after the second T20 against the West Indies. There are a lot of games coming up, followed by further World Cup preparation and the tournament itself. Read full blog
Let Afcon 2015 begin!
Of course, my first statement on Afcon 2015 must be that the defending champions will not be at the championship. How come? Read full blog
Open season
For many tennis fans, Australia’s Summer of Tennis campaign kicks off the start of The Tour year, culminating in the always-exciting Australian Open at Melbourne Park. Read full blog
Will ref’s decisions affect outcome of Afcon 2015?
The African Nations Cup starts on Friday 16th January. It’s been a long hard slog for most of the teams and the waiting is over. Read full blog
Legends of Afcon, part 2
Following our readers’ feedback on my column, The Legends of Afcon, I’ve decided to pen a follow-up piece. Read full blog
Managing expectations in group C
If players are the paintbrushes then coaches are the paint. Football managers provide the substance that informs the style. Read full blog
Nineteen is good news for Bafana
Do you believe in numbers? Do they mean anything to you? Bafana's last Afcon glory was a whole 19 years ago. Read full blog

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Neil Manthorp
Poor decisions cost a lot of matches
The Eastern Cape has the largest cricket catchment area in the country which means, among others...

Kepler Wessels
Are batsmen being favoured too much?
The sensational batting feats in one day international cricket continue. I am pretty sure that the...

Segun Odegbami
Uniquely African flavour at Afcon 2015
I am watching Afcon 2015 remotely from my home in Nigeria. It has been a totally different...

Neil Tovey
Bafana pay the penalty
Dean Furman is a loyal national team player full of passion and dedication to the Bafana cause.

Brenden Nel
Is rugby in danger of losing its soul?
The advent of rugby as a professional sport has not been without its negativity, and despite the...

Calvin Emeka Onwuka
Afcon 2015 exciting and surprising
In 2008, I had to pick up a personalised pair of football boots for a member of the Nigerian squad.