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I'm not imposing quotas - Mbalula
A 60-40 quota favouring black players would not be imposed on anybody, Sport Minister Fikile Mbalula said in Pretoria on Wednesday after meeting three minority groups. Read full article
Young SA slalom stars make history
Don Wewege and Brandon Orpwood have made history by becoming the first South African paddlers to race into the semifinals of the ICF Junior and under-23 World Championships. Read full article
Khumalo 'at peace' with possible end
Mountaineer Saray Khumalo says she has accepted that her attempt to become the first black African woman to summit Everest could be called off. Read full article
Jordy finishes fifth in Aus
South African surfer Jordy Smith had a good return to form at the recent Margaret River Pro surfing event in Australia, finishing fifth in the second event of the year over the weekend. Read full article
Ding goes down to shock defeat
Chinese hopes of a first-ever snooker world champion were ended for this year as world number two Ding Junhui went down to a surprise 10 frames to nine defeat by English qualifier Michael Wasley on Tuesday. Read full article
The Week in Pictures – Apr 14-20
Welcome to the Week in Pictures – our wrap of the past week's top sporting action in images. Read full article
South Africa qualify for Indoor World Cup
The South Africa men’s and women’s indoor hockey teams have qualified for the 2015 Indoor Hockey World Cup finals after defeating Namibia in three-test Africa Qualifier series in Windhoek. Read full article
Brazil unveils $10 bln infrastructure budget for Rio
Brazilian authorities unveiled an infrastructure budget of $10.76 billion for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, 25 per cent more than planned, as they try to reassure the world they can deliver facilities on time. Read full article
SA men’s hockey final WC selection squad
The South African Hockey Association has released the names of the players to attend the final selection camp ahead of the national men’s team’s participation in the 2014 Hockey World Cup finals. Read full article
Schoeman wants a podium place
South African triathlete Henri Schoeman has his sights set on a top finish at the ITU World Series in Cape Town on April 27. Read full article
PE women ready to hit the streets
Women of all ages are counting the days to the Eastern Cape’s most beautiful road race, the SPAR Women’s Challenge, which hits the streets of Port Elizabeth during the first week of May. Read full article
Cup sailor De Ridder suspended five years
America's Cup sailor Dirk de Ridder has been suspended from sanctioned events for five years by sailing's international governing body, two people with knowledge of the decision said on Tuesday. Read full article
NSA launches Netball Premier League
Netball SA (NSA) launched Africa's first semi-professional netball league on Tuesday, which will start on 10 May and end with the final in June. Read full article
The Week in Pictures – Apr 7-16
Welcome to the Week in Pictures – our wrap of the past week's top sporting action in images. Read full article
Talk of moving Rio Olympics 'premature'
The International Olympic Committee said on Wednesday it was "premature" to speculate about taking the 2016 Games away from Brazil. Read full article
Government, Rio 2016 officials offer assurances
Top officials of the 2016 Rio Olympics and the chief of staff for Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff met for two hours on Tuesday. Read full article
Hartley stars at SA Sprint Champs
Bridgitte Hartley starred at the South African Sprint Canoeing Championships on the weekend at Nagle Dam, near Cato Ridge, KwaZulu-Natal. Read full article
The Week in Pictures – Mar 31-Apr 6
Welcome to the Week in Pictures – our wrap of the past week's top sporting action in images. Read full article
Oxford win 160th Boat Race
Oxford University beat Cambridge University by a crushing 11 lengths, the biggest victory margin since 1973, as they won the 160th Boat Race on London's River Thames on Sunday. Read full article
'Transformation progress shocking'
The Sascoc President Gideon Sam and Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula said athletics, cricket, football, netball and rugby are falling behind with transformation and development. Read full article
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