England shouldn’t rely only on pace, says former fast bowler

Darren Gough suggests that team rotate Jofra Archer and Mark Wood for second Test against West Indies

Former players and coaches rally behind Ngidi

The 31-strong group says the paceman’s Black Lives Matter stance is a chance for Cricket SA to take a stand against racism

Solskjaer vows ‘we’ll put it right’ after Man United drop points

Southampton’s stoppage time equaliser at Old Trafford dents home team’s top-four hopes

Durban July draw nightmare for Snaith

Trainer’s fancied runners get the outside barriers for the big race

SA Rugby eager to get top players in action

A State of Origin series is being contemplated for a local TV audience — or they may play in a ‘bio-bubble’ abroad

Man City appeal victory not good for football, says Klopp

The Liverpool boss says the Financial Fair Play rules protect teams and the competition

PSL players will be tested again before entering ‘bio-bubble’

Irvin Khoza rules out risking lives as the Premier Soccer League outlines final details of the remaining season

Tiger back, no stopping Miguel, Morikawa power: golf talking points

Back after a five-month break, Woods to tee off with McIlroy and Koepka at Jack Nicklaus Memorial

Real Madrid move closer to title after digging deep to beat Granada

Coach Zinedine Zidane celebrates wildly, praises his side for coping with opponent’s late onslaught

NEIL MANTHORP: Black voices matter

Ashwell Prince lifts the lid on racism in cricket and now it’s time to have honest, uncomfortable conversations

Uncomfortable truths on the horizon for Cricket SA

In a country where black lives haven’t mattered much, those lives will matter regardless of what the likes of Dippenaar or Symcox think.

Racing Point brush Renault protest aside

Mercedes-powered team seen as contenders if they can get the full potential out of their car

Restart of PSL season uncertain, says Khoza

Football boss Khoza not able to confirm date for a restart following the league’s suspension in March because of the coronavirus pandemic

Sachin Tendulkar slams flaws in umpire referral system

When the decision goes to the third umpire, let the technology take over, says cricketing great

Athletics SA says Olympic squad members have permission to train‚ but do they?

Sports ministry spokesperson says Athletics SA has not submitted plans to resume training

Khumalo’s decision to miss July seems a smart move

With the competition mostly in KwaZulu-Natal, the Gauteng-based rider is picking up plum mounts

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