Tuesday, 25 June 2019

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COSATU DEMANDS SA RUGBY TRANSFORMATION

COSATU DEMANDS SA RUGBY TRANSFORMATION

The Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU) called for the local rugby transformation plan to be discussed publicly. The union said such inputs at all levels should b ...

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ABSA PREMIERSHIP RETURN PREVIEW

ABSA PREMIERSHIP RETURN PREVIEW

Following a week of none action due to the FIFA sanctioned international games, South Africa's Absa Premiership league competition resumes on Saturday with all teams in action. ...

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LEADERS CHIEFS LOOK BEYOND AFCON BREAK

LEADERS CHIEFS LOOK BEYOND AFCON BREAK

With no league action for almost a fortnight owing to the Africa Cup of Nations Cup 2015 qualifiers, log leaders Kaizer Chiefs would be hopeful the recess does not affect their rh ...

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HIGHFLYERS, STRUGGLERS MEET IN ABSA PREMIERSHIP

HIGHFLYERS, STRUGGLERS MEET IN ABSA PREMIERSHIP

A pair of derbies scheduled for Friday, including a Cape Town one that will be played out of the city, will highlight the resumption of the Absa Premiership. On a d ...

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CHIEFS EXTEND PREMIERSHIP LEAD

CHIEFS EXTEND PREMIERSHIP LEAD

Pacesetters Kaizer Chiefs have extended their unbeaten run to five as they thrashed visiting SuperSport United 2-0 in an exciting Absa premiership encounter played at FNB Stadium ...

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Racism returns to haunt SA rugby

Racism returns to haunt SA rugby

Allegations of racism in South African rugby have resurfaced with Springboks coach, Pieter de Villiers, being accused of selecting players based on colour instead of form. The Con ...

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Ghana skipper sorry for World Cup disaster

Ghana skipper sorry for World Cup disaster

Ghana captain, Asamoah Gyan, has apologised on behalf of the senior men’s national side following a disastrous 2014 FIFAWorld Cup. This followed the team’s arrival from Brazil."We ...

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Ghana President demands World Cup “post-mortem”

Ghana President demands World Cup “post-mortem”

Ghana President, John Dramani Mahama, has called for investigations into the senior men’s football team’s Ghana's disastrous showing at the World Cup in Brazil. The Black Stars’ a ...

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Praises for high flying Super Eagles

Praises for high flying Super Eagles

The ruling party has congratulated the senior men's national football team for progressing to the knockout stages of the FIFA World Cup. The People's Democratic Party (PDP), in a ...

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International sides for new SA soccer tourney

International sides for new SA soccer tourney

Junior sides from some top leagues in Europe and South America will soon converge in South Africa for the inaugural Durban Under-19 International Football Tournament. Among the si ...

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