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Proteas looking good for World Cup
South African one-day international captain AB de Villiers is doing a terrific job leading the South African team in this format of the game. Read full blog
Tuk-tuk traffic mania
Just a few weeks ago Proteas coach Russell Domingo admitted how much he enjoyed the feeling of victory when it wasn’t AB de Villiers or Hashim Amla scoring the majority of the runs. Read full blog
Baxter’s men on the ball
Kaizer Chiefs’ 15-match winning streak may have ended but they remain the team to beat in the PSL. Read full blog
SA's death-bowling dilemma
Let’s talk about death bowling. We all know that South Africa has been erratic in this essential component of the limited overs game for a considerable time. Read full blog
AB brightens gloomy mood at home
AB de Villiers admitted that there had been one or two awkward moments during the first ODI against New Zealand but was still as satisfied as any international captain should be with an ultimately comfortable six-wicket victory. Read full blog
Mata can't replace Rooney
Manchester United started the first of three crucial Premier League games against West Brom (away), Chelsea at (home) and Manchester rivals City (away) with a draw against Albion at the Hawthorns. Read full blog
Battle for balance
The more I think about it, the more the current state of sport in South Africa concerns me. Read full blog
The Proteas keep marching on
As expected the Proteas defeated New Zealand in emphatic fashion here in Mount Maunganui in the first game of a three-match one-day international series. Read full blog
Rising with Pace
It's been a tough road for women's professional golf the world over in recent years, but few have found the going tougher than the South African game. Read full blog
Rodgers must focus on the league
Many footballers arriving in the Barclays Premier League have been warned of second-season syndrome. Read full blog
Dortmund's winning formula is killing it
I sat in Signal Iduna Park to watch Dortmund over-run Arsenal and wondered, how long will it take before they self-destruct? Read full blog
Australian sideshow not good for rugby
Much as we like to beat each other, New Zealand, South Africa, Australia and now Argentina need each other to be strong… Read full blog
No choke for Province this time
With this being the week of a Newlands Currie Cup final, there is sure to be one question dominating the rugby conversation in Cape Town – will Western Province choke again? Read full blog
Bowlers coming off second best
It is fair to say that bowlers around the world are struggling to come to terms with the rule changes for the fifty over competition. They have come in for a battering, particularly in domestic A-list cricket. Read full blog
A Gooner or a gonner?
An International Break can do funny things to the mind. Mine, for instance was heavily engaged this past week wondering whether we have seen the last (for the time being at least) of Mesut Ozil, Petr Cech, David De Gea and Juan Mata in the Barclays Premier League. Read full blog
Unfamiliar territory in NZ
Greetings from Mount Maunganui in New Zealand. Where, you might ask, and you wouldn’t be alone. I had to look it up, because it’s also a place that has never before seen international cricket being played there. Read full blog
Challenging the system
Tennis can be a tough sport. There are days when you win matches that you shouldn’t. There are also days when you feel like you really should have won the match but didn’t. Read full blog
Bowled out for 50?
Weather forecasts seldom make for pretty reading in the UK. But even by their already grim standards, the Met Office’s precipitation projections for the weekend - given the amount of rain that has already fallen this week in London - are rather depressing. Read full blog
Why can’t soccer be like rugby?
Sport is supposed to be sport; something we all do for the love of it, for recreational purposes, or to keep ourselves fit. Read full blog
Bok requirement must be bottom line
With Jaco Taute on the doubtful list and involved in a race against time to be fit for Saturday’s Absa Currie Cup semi-final, it's easy to agree with those who feel Western Province have drawn the short straw. Read full blog

Sports Talk



Kepler Wessels
Proteas looking good for World Cup
South African one-day international captain AB de Villiers is doing a terrific job leading the...

Neil Manthorp
Tuk-tuk traffic mania
Just a few weeks ago Proteas coach Russell Domingo admitted how much he enjoyed the feeling of...

Neil Tovey
Baxter’s men on the ball
Kaizer Chiefs’ 15-match winning streak may have ended but they remain the team to beat in the PSL.

Haze's Comment
SA's death-bowling dilemma
Let’s talk about death bowling. We all know that South Africa has been erratic in this essential...

Roland Schoeman
Battle for balance
The more I think about it, the more the current state of sport in South Africa concerns me.

Gavin Rich
No choke for Province this time
With this being the week of a Newlands Currie Cup final, there is sure to be one question...