Meet the first black SA woman to play at Wimbledon

Kgothatso Montjane was also the first woman in post-apartheid SA to make it all the way to the singles semifinals, alone, and in a wheelchair

Hairstyles, hype and histrionics — Ray Hartley on the Soccer World Cup

It is usually the player who is out to impress the coach, but the Icarus syndrome turns the tables

What (not) to expect from the 2018 Russia World Cup

The FM did some (crystal) ball-gazing about the Fifa World Cup. Here’s what we hope won’t be in the starting line-up

MIXED MARTIAL ARTS: Boxing for big bucks

The combat sport is fast gaining traction in SA and the rest of the continent

Springboks: Playing for a bit of pride

The frightening truth about the All Blacks is that they are not even operating at full strength. Some senior players have been absent

Springboks have made the wrong kind of history against New Zealand

Somehow, the Boks must fight back, and least give fans a much-improved performance when they next meet their nemesis, at Newlands

Bigger tests await Boks

Springboks notch up five wins in a row, but ...

Boks are looking good

Fine start but tough games lie ahead

Lions are ready for final roar

Coach may get great farewell gift from team

The business of sport

WSC paved the way for players to have more say about their pay

SA win the choking trophy

Embarrassing flop as India whip Proteas

Lions’ pride is at stake

Can the tourists win their first series in New Zealand since 1971?

Do or die for Boks at Loftus

Unpredictable French are marching to Pretoria

SA death bowling falters

Proteas chase Champions Trophy glory