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Bloem set to host Wallabies and England

It’s hasn’t been a month yet since the Toyota Free State Cheetahs were crowned as the Currie Cup champions for the first time in...

Today in History

These are some of the events that happened on this day, in the South African history. 1985     State of Emergency enters 100th day The state of...

Today in history

These are some of the events that happened on this day, in the South African history. 2005    Janita Claassen (58) SA singer dies of...

Today, 30 years ago, Zola Budd and Annette Cowley were banned...

On 13 July 1986 Commonwealth Games officials in London ruled that two South African born athletes, Zola Budd and Annette Cowley, could not participate...

From second to front row to Baby Boks

Switching from lock to prop is unheard of in rugby, let alone making the switch and then being called up to represent one's country...

Shimlas Mafuma named in SA U20 World Cup squad

Junior Springbok coach, Dawie Theron, on Tuesday named his 28-man squad that will do battle at World Rugby Under20 Championship in Manchester, England, from...

England Saxons to face SA A in Bloemfontein

Six Nations Grand Slam winners England will send a strong Saxons team – effectively the country’s next-best – to face South Africa ‘A’ in...

England beat SA A by 44-runs

The English cricket team have wrapped up their preparations for the T20 series against the Proteas with a 44-run win over South Africa A...

McKenzie start working with Proteas batsman

Former Proteas and Highveld Lions batsman, Neil McKenzie, officially starts his role as the Proteas batting coach. McKenzie becomes the first specialist batting coach for...

De Kock and Amla set up 7 wicket win

The Proteas have won the third One-Day International against England by seven wickets to give themselves a chance in the series. Chasing 319 runs for...

Enjoy the moment

Springbok captain Jean de Villiers (middle) has called on the men in green and gold to enjoy the occasion as they fly South Africa's flag during the 2015 Rugby World Cup. PHOTO: LEE WARREN

Fourth WC for Matfield

Victor Matfield leading from the front against Argentina in Buenos Aires during the Rugby Championship. PHOTO: GABRIEL ROSSI

Swimming legend celebrates 29 years in City of Roses

On his 56th birthday (29 April) the legendary Simon Gray was interviewed for a TV program “My Story” which will be screened on M-Net in due course. The program is about crackerjack four times Olympian, Ryk Neethling, who was adamant that they interview (insert) Gray for the program as well. Neethling said Gray was his role model when he started his swimming career under the guidance of Gray. PHOTO: Rufus Botha

Netball South Africa select strong side for England series

Back l-r: Nontle Gwavu, Maryka Holtzhausen (Captain), Melissa Myburgh, Vanes-Mari du Toit, Adele Niemand, Nokuthula Qegu, Karla Mostert. Front l-r: Lindie Lombard, Yolandi Stone, Bongiwe Msomi (Captain), Simnikiwe Mdaka, Precious Mthembu.

Reën verseker Engeland behou die As

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