A tournament tarnished by the carnage of the last seven days at the African Nations Cup, after initially set to be a remarkable success story, could still resurrect itself with a dream final tomorrow.
Hashim Amla’s third double-ton for South Africa and Stiaan van Zyl’s unbeaten century on debut against West Indies helped the hosts declare on 552 for five before rain brought an early end to day two of the first Test yesterday.
“If it is not netball, it is not right.” This is the bold and catchy statement printed on the back of the T-shirt Eastern Cape Schools Netball (ECSN)
Humanity must “jealously guard” against racist tendencies in sport, President Jacob Zuma said today. “The world cannot allow sports to be used to perpetuate ideas which divide humanity and limit the ability of people to work together for development,” Zuma said in a speech prepared for delivery at a summit in Kempton Park, on the East Rand, against racism in sport.
THERE are two ways to look at the Springboks’ battle readiness for today’s Rugby Championship Test against the All Blacks at Ellis Park.
Brazil look to their talisman for one big push
French crew absorbs SA rugby culture. FORMER Selborne College pupil and current French rugby star Rory Kockott is in East London for a few days, along with a French film crew to film a documentary on the player’s life.
Gunners and Chelsea stumble in run-up to Christmas. ARSENAL and Chelsea fill two of the Premier League’s top three spots but will be hoping to shrug off indifferent form as they get the busy Christmas period under way when they clash on Monday.