Fifa trial witness provides details of rampant corruption

Argentinian businessman Alejandro Burzaco testifies that broadcasters took part in a $15m bribe to a Fifa executive to secure media rights to the 2026 and 2030 ...

Brockie makes long journey to Cup final

New Zealand international arrives in Johannesburg early on Friday morning after the World Cup play-off against Peru

Baxter dishes up the excuses

Baxter blames his delayed appointment to the coaching seat as the reason for the national team’s failure to qualify for the 2018 World Cup

Aussies book their ticket to the 2018 World Cup

Playoff triumph over Honduras sets Socceroos on course for Russia

How Bafana players rated in Dakar

Player ratings from a fourth defeat in six qualifying games

Sofa ‘better than Bafana bench’

Thulani Serero explais his decision to shun the national team

Fifa corruption trial kicks off with expectations of explosive revelations

The case against three ex soccer bigwigs has started in dramatic style, with jurors being guarded, witnesses threatened and heavy debate around ‘four ...

Cape Verde killed us, says Stuart Baxter

Bafana Bafana’s World Cup campaign was lost in their defeats against Cape Verde

Itu ready for action in World Cup qualifier

A late fitness test will determine if maskman Itumeleng Khune will be on the field at the Peter Mokaba Stadium

Dungi Moeti says Bafana need to improvise

Baxter ‘does not have too many options’

Siphiwe Tshabalala back as SA’s talisman

The Kaizer Chiefs playmaker has netted 12 goals for his country and often came up with a stunner when it was needed most

Serero — a serial trouble maker

If Thulani Serero comes across as one of the smuggest‚ big-headed players to have pulled on a Bafana jersey‚ his actions this week appear to confirm that.

Itumeleng Khune joins Bafana in camp

Stuart Baxter will be relieved to finally have his full squad in camp

Referee to watch small screen in England match

A video referee will be used in England’s friendly against Germany

Why Gamal blows hot and cold at Wits

The pace of the Premier Soccer League takes a toll on the ex-Al Ahly striker

Mthatha Bucks part ways with Palmer

The Eastern Cape club says the parting was mutual

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