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Former Chiefs winger Zwane cracks the nod as club’s head coach

Arthur Zwane is named as Chiefs’ new head coach, an appointment many players will welcome given their respect for the strict, straight-talking mentor

MARK ETHERIDGE: Tegan beats diabetes daily to excel at hockey

Her life journey was mapped out at age five but may yet take a turn in Paris

Snaith poised to strike back with strong Greyville team

Pomp And Power, Silver Darling and One Way Traffic all have realistic chances

Zverev fights back to beat Baez in Paris

German saves match point in five-set victory to advance to third round in French Open

It will be a family affair for trainer St John Gray at the Vaal

Devilish Dancer is out of Dancewiththedevil, who might well be the trainer’s favourite horse

Desperate to run, Semenya offered visual proof to show she is female

Double Olympic 800m champion says in HBO interview testosterone-lowering shots made her sick and caused panic attacks

Mohamed Salah says he will stay at Liverpool next season

Forward is concentrating on Saturday’s Champions League final against Real Madrid

Steyn and Pienaar staying put with the Cheetahs

Pair set to continue at favourite team until at least the end of next year

Caster Semenya confirmed for international debut in 5,000m

The athlete will compete in the distance at the African Championships in Mauritius from June 8-12

VINCE VAN DER BIJL: Quo vadis, Test cricket as millennials veer off to shorter formats?

Two routes could be taken to save long form amid pressure from sponsors and broadcasters

MOGAMAD ALLIE: Even with Bafana missing in Qatar, SA will be well represented

SA referee Victor Gomes and assistant Zakhele Siwela will be in action when the World Cup kicks off in November

Tears flow as Tsonga retires after French Open defeat

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga fights bravely against Casper Ruud but shoulder pain eventually kills his determination and he calls it a day in tennis

Candice Dawson eyes another grade 1 success at Greyville

Perfect Witness has what it takes to win the Woolavington 2000 on Saturday

Signing of Bok hooker Dweba fixes a chink in Stormers’ armour

Former Currie Cup winner returns to SA after playing for Bordeaux-Begles for the past two years

MAHLATSE MPHAHLELE: Kaizer Chiefs need to give the job to Arthur Zwane

Stuart Baxter’s main assistant has what it takes to step into the coaching position

Money may not buy class, but it can certainly lure sportsmen

The LIV invitational series is another among many sporting events whose main attraction is money

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