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

How to hit a home run

An ex-baseball player and a law graduate changed sports management

Opportunity knocks for Proteas

Proteas aim at Champions Trophy victory

Stellenbosch FC: Into rugby’s heartland

Stellenbosch FC aim to shake things up in the local football landscape

Now for major cricket trophy

Proteas have a point to prove at tournament

Cricket: Bold new spirit has emerged

SA cricket fans have good reason to smile but the Proteas are not the finished article

Privatising sport: an elixir?

Rugby, cricket and soccer are all run by the Keystone Cops. What’s the answer?

Sport in 2017: Let’s forget the Boks and Bafana

After a not-so-colourful year, SA can look forward to a few of its own stars to redeem the country’s sporting image

2016 SPORTS NEWSMAKER: The little giant

In a country with a rich history of sporting excellence, no other athlete has come close to what the diffident Bloemfonteiner has achieved: despite being a ...

Horse racing: Sport of kings, and queens

The L’Ormarins Queen’s Plate at Kenilworth looks set to become the premier racing event of the year