Tiisetso Malepa Sports reporter

Tiisetso Malepa is a sports reporter for TimesLIVE and its sister sites with a focus on cricket, football and rugby, as well as all Olympic sports.

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Chris Morris breaks silence on his whopping R32.8m IPL price tag

Chris Morris became the most expensive player in the history of the Indian Premier League (IPL) auction after he was ...

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Cricket SA opens applications for new independent board members

Cricket SA (CSA) will this week sift through hundreds of CVs after the organisation invited applications for candidates ...

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'We will attack Pirates from the word go‚' says SuperSport coach Tembo

SuperSport United coach Kaitano Tembo says his side will attack Orlando Pirates right from the first whistle in ...

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Pirates avoid big guns but still handed tough Confed Cup group stage draw

Orlando Pirates avoided the big guns in the Caf Confederation Cup group stage but were still handed a relatively tough ...

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Kaitano Tembo wants more from his ambitious SuperSport United side

SuperSport United's place on the Premiership standings at the halfway mark may be something to celebrate but coach ...

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T20 Challenge a chance to play for Proteas contracts‚ says Smith

The Cricket South Africa (CSA) T20 Challenge packed with a strong contingent of Proteas players will start in a ...

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Smith cagey on who will play in Division 1 in Cricket SA’s new playing structure for next ...

The bidding process for franchises of the new two-tier 15-team domestic structure is under way, but details around ...

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Nathi Mthethwa extends Cricket SA interim board's tenure by two months

Sports minister Nathi Mthethwa has granted a request from the Cricket South Africa (CSA) interim board to have their ...

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Australia remain cold to attempts to reschedule incoming tour against the Proteas to ...

Cricket South Africa (CSA) director of cricket Graeme Smith has revealed that there have been no inroads made with ...

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The Proteas collapse to Pakistan again to slump to first T20 defeat in Asia

David Miller sparkled with a fighting 85 off 45 balls and spinner Tabraiz Shamsi dazzled with four wickets but in the ...

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