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Johannesburg – Orlando Pirates have confirmed reaching an agreement with Swallows for the services of midfielder Austin Muwowo on a season-long loan with the Dube Birds for the upcoming 2021/22 season. The Zambian international, who spent the past two seasons with Bucs, will be joined by new signing Monnapule Saleng, Pirates said in a statement. […]
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Johannesburg – Incidents of dagga offenses, Covid-19 infections, a near punch-up between an official and a coach, and player withdrawals were some of the factors that contributed to the SA Under-23 having such a nightmare tournament at the Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan, in the last two weeks. The boys are back in Mzansi after […]
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Johannesburg – The entire part of running in the heats is to progress to the next round while conserving energy and that’s exactly what Wayde van Niekerk did on Sunday at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, reports teamsa.co.za The South African lit up the Rio 2016 Games when he lowered the men’s 400m world record to […]
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Johannesburg – South Africa’s fastest men opened their Olympic campaign in explosive fashion yesterday (Sat), making their collective presence felt in the 100m heats at the Tokyo Games, Athletics SA has announced. Gift Leotlela (10.04) and Akani Simbine (10.08) won their first-round heats, while Shaun Maswanganyi finished third in his heat in 10.12. All three […]
Johannesburg – Royal AM will finally know their fate on Wednesday, August 11 when the PSL disciplinary committee (DC) will deliver its judgment in a case of bringing the League into disrepute against the Durban club. The DC sat for the third time on Saturday to deliberate on Royal AM’s case of having not honoured […]
Johannesburg – Sprinter Akani Simbine is right where he wants to be. In lane four in his heat later on Saturday as he starts his build-up to be crowned the fastest man on earth on Sunday evening, reports teamsa.co.za Thinking that Simbine might win the men’s 100m gold medal at these Tokyo 2020 Olympics is […]
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Johannesburg – The swimmers have finished competing at the Tokyo Olympics. This is how Team SA fared across the codes on Saturday, reports teamsa.co.za ATHLETICS Women’s 400m hurdles, heats: Wenda Nel is through to the semi-finals after finishing 3rd in her heat in 56.06sec. The 1st 4 in each heat qualified. Her time placed her […]
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Johannesburg – South African swimmer Tatjana Schoenmaker triumphed in the greatest women’s 200m breaststroke race of all time. On the biggest stage. In world record time. It doesn’t get better than that, reports teamsa.co.za The South African superstar beat the American Lilly King in a titanic struggle, finally breaking her opponent’s resolve in the final […]
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Johannesburg – The SABC bosses have launched a salvo at CAF, claiming Africa’s football mother body is negotiating its broadcast rights in bad faith. SABC general manager Gary Rathbone has lashed out after the public broadcaster was almost left out in the cold when it came to broadcasting the historic CAF Champions League final between […]
Johannesburg – The Premier Soccer League (PSL) chairperson Irvin Khoza and the league’s acting CEO Mato Madlala must ditch their Orlando Pirates and Golden Arrows chairpersons’ hats respectively to decisively deal with the Royal AM quagmire holding professional football to ransom. It is about time Khoza and Madlala wore crowns of the PSL’s most senior […]