April 27, 2017

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Mahlasela grateful for chance

Bloemfontein Celtic's attacking midfielder Kabelo Mahlasela could have stolen the headlines this weekend.

Sky's the limit for champion

World Boxing Council representative in South Africa Peter Ngatane spoke highly of Thulani "Tulz" Mbenge that he said the newly crowned SA welterweight champion could soon win the WBC belt.

Sharapova rags-to-riches journey resumes in Stuttgart

From the shadow of Chernobyl’s nuclear wasteland to international super-stardom and from penniless arrival in the United States, without a word of English, to a fortune of $200 million.

Larger-than-life Nick Durandt in his own words

Nick Durandt was such a colourful and flamboyant figure that even those who do not care much for boxing knew exactly who the man was.

Komphela regrets not playing Twala earlier in Chiefs' defeat to Supersport

Kaizer Chiefs should have tried to bring substitute winger William Twala more into the game‚ said coach Steve Komphela after his side’s 5-3 Nedbank Cup quarterfinal penalties defeat against SuperSport United at FNB Stadium.

Elias 'Mr Fantastic' Tshabalala sobs for Nick Durandt

Accomplished boxing trainer Elias "Mr Fantastic" Tshabalala - a protege of late boxing icon Nick "Mthakathi" Durandt - sobbed when he spoke about the man who guided his older brother Ginger Tshabalala to victory for the SA light heavyweight title in 1995.

Pirates' defence worries Motale

Orlando Pirates may have kept two clean sheets in a row but their ever-changing defence has their ex-defender Edward Motale worried.

Pitso backs SA sides for CAF semis

Pitso Mosimane has backed SuperSport United and Platinum Stars to reach the CAF Confederation Cup semifinals, after both clubs did well to qualify for the group stages.

"I also envy Kaizer Chiefs"‚ says Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane

With 44 points and sitting in fourth place‚ Mamelodi Sundowns are well-positioned for a late season assault on the teams above them as their title defence finally starts to take shape.

Tinkler attempts to take the pressure off his charges by insisting City are only aiming for a top-three finish

Cape Town City coach Eric Tinkler does not want to put pressure on his players by entertaining talk of winning the Premier Soccer League title.

Baxter admits the league title race is starting to slip away from Supersport

An exasperated SuperSport United coach Stuart Baxter stopped short of admitting his team may have played itself out of the running for league honours.

'We have one man and a dog supporting us at Wits,' says Hunt

Winning their remaining home games is going to be key to taking a first-ever Premier Soccer League title for Bidvest Wits‚ said coach Gavin Hunt after an away point against top placed Cape Town City on Wednesday.

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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