August 24, 2017

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Bafana Bafana player's big career move excites former coach Shakes Mashaba

Former Bafana Bafana coach Ephraim “Shakes” Mashaba says Rivaldo Coetzee’s dream move to Scottish champions Glasgow Celtic is testament to his undoubted potential.

Ajax Cape Town announce the sale of defender Rivaldo Coetzee to Glasgow Celtic

Ajax Cape Town have agreed a fee for the sale of defender Rivaldo Coetzee to Scottish Championship side Glasgow Celtic‚ the club confirmed on Monday.

SuperSport United planning to pile more misery on limping Kaizer Chiefs

Limping Kaizer Chiefs look a lit bit uncertain at the moment and SuperSport United winger Aubrey Modiba says they are planning to pile on the misery when the two sides meet in a league encounter at FNB Stadium on Wednesday night.

Beleaguered Komphela likens his struggles at Chiefs to the years Mandela spent in prison

Steve Komphela has likened himself to former president Nelson Mandela as pressure continues to mount on the beleaguered Kaizer Chiefs coach.

Ajax Cape Town production line keeps producing players

Rivaldo Coetzee’s move to Glasgow Celtic is another feather in the cap of the Ajax Cape Town development structures that must rank as the best in the country given the number of players they have produced for the local and international market.

McGregor no threat to Money

US-based former world boxing champion Chris "The Heat" van Heerden says he was not fazed by Conor "Notorious" McGregor's power during their sparring session for his welterweight 12-round boxing match with Floyd "Money" Mayweather, coming up this weekend.

Baxter did not want to mess with Bafana vibe

Bafana Bafana coach Stuart Baxter wasn't going to try to fix what isn't broken when he selected the squad to play Cape Verde Islands in back-to-back 2018 Fifa World Cup qualifiers early next month.

Johnson optimistic after Usuthu's dream start in PSL

AmaZulu coach Cavin Johnson is adamant he will achieve his targets at Usuthu despite joining the team late and having only a week of pre-season.

Cheetahs reshuffle coaches to cope with unique demands

The demands of playing in the Currie Cup premier division and imminently in Europe’s PRO 14 have led to a coaching reshuffle at the Free State Cheetahs‚ as they seek to balance their resources.

'Remember in everything that you do‚ you will be representing me‚ Kaizer Motaung'

Doctor Khumalo's departure from Kaizer Chiefs brings to an end - for now - not just a beautiful relationship between the one-time darling of South Africa's football fans and the country's biggest club‚ but also with its chairman‚ Kaizer Motaung.

Bell puts her lightweight title on line

The second instalment of Boxing SA's Women Only tournaments will take place at Ngoako Ramatlhodi Hall in Seshego, where Nosipho Bell will put her SA junior lightweight belt on the line against Raider Muleba on Friday.

Bok captain thanks fans for support

Springbok captain Eben Etzebeth is pleased with his side's showing after they beat Argentina 37-15 in their opening Rugby Championship match in front of 44000 fans at Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium in Port Elizabeth on Saturday.

Pirates show early signs of progress against Chippa

Orlando Pirates showed how they have improved from last season when they beat Chippa United 1-0 at Orlando Stadium at the weekend.

Mathosi sees red over muthi use

The SA Football Players Union (Safpu) has accused Mbombela United of threatening to fire players for refusing to use muthi.

El Clasico's tribute to plane victims

Saturday's blockbuster La Liga clash between Barcelona and Real Madrid will be preceded by a minute's silence for the 71 people killed in a plane crash that decimated the Brazilian football team Chapecoense.

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