July 20, 2017

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Sascoc confirms Tubby Reddy’s suspension but there’s confusion

The governing body's statement suggests it's based on sexual harassment allegations but a report says it's over him breaching labour law.

Super Rugby: No time for Ackermann to think about goodbyes … yet

Every week from now on could be the departing Lions coach's last but the team is determined to delay the inevitable for a few more weeks.

The numbers don’t always tell full story

Over the course of 25 years, the record books have been rewritten dozens of times and Pollock’s knock in Durban has been bettered no less than five times.

Bullish Kevin Pietersen still wants to play for the Proteas

It's an ironic dream for the controversial 37-year-old who left South Africa exactly because of transformation.

Aussies and Germans keep up their storming form

Both qualify for the semifinals of the World Hockey League in Johannesburg.

SA’s Louis Meintjes still in frame for Tour de France accolade

The 25-year-old has a real shot a claiming the young rider's title.

Why Faf du Plessis is an ideal Proteas captain

People have marvelled over how quickly he changed South Africa's fortunes in the Test series against England. It shouldn't surprise anyone.

Forgotten Duane’s absence could become a Bok issue

Unless Springboks captain Warren Whiteley recovers in time for the start of the Rugby Championship, the depth at No 8 looks thin.

Nae spring chikun, but Roger played like one

If there is one thing which takes the sporting fancy of the Incomprehensible Scot more than his love for “fitba” and “tha goff” it is tennis; he never misses a big match at the Grand Slams unless he is absolutely forced to.

WATCH: Stormers and WP stars’ raw egg challenge

To ramp up a bit of excitement for the ever lowly Currie Cup, the Capetonians showed off some pretty neat 'alternative' skills.

The five dark horses that could be crowned British Open champion

The field vying for this year's Claret Jug is an open one and there aren't only favourites in the running...

Dramatic sales rush expected for Lions tickets

Check the ticket prices for the upcoming quarterfinal here.

SA women denied as officials’ calls frustrate

Germany snatch a win in the quarterfinals of the Hockey World League as they end on the right side of various close calls.

Fighting Proteas almost pull off a stunning World Cup upset

The national women's cricket side looked dead and buried in their semi against England before a valiant fightback almost gave them a sniff.

Super Rugby: Stormers to place their faith in the two Damians

It's a duo still finding its feet but coach Robbie Fleck has no problem placing faith in Willemse and De Allende for the Chiefs battle.

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