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The British & Irish Lions make three changes to the team they hope will repel the Springboks' backlash

The British & Irish Lions make three changes to the team they hope will repel the Springboks' backlash

The British & Irish Lions have made three changes to the team they hope will repel the Springboks' backlash in Saturday's second Test in Cape Town.

CONFIRMED | Kaizer Chiefs sign Keagan Dolly and Cole Alexander

Kaizer Chiefs have confirmed the signings of out-of-contract players Keagan Dolly and Cole Alexander.

SA under-23 side turns to a 'hope and prayer' ahead of Mexico showdown in Tokyo

Even after two defeats‚ South Africa are mathematically not out of the men’s Olympics football tournament‚ but would need to win by three goals against Mexico in their final game at the Sapporo Dome on Wednesday to progress.

Springboks have their backs to the wall ahead of crunch Lions showdown

With their backs to wall and now no room for error‚ the Springboks‚ much like they did when every game became a must-win after a poor start at the Rugby World Cup (RWC)‚ have reverted to their much vaunted six/two split on the bench.

Springbok coach Jacques Nienaber names the squad to face the British and Irish Lions in the second Test

Springbok coach Jacques Nienaber has made three changes to the starting team and six in total to the match-day squad ahead of the second match of the series against the British and Irish Lions at Cape Town Stadium on Saturday.

Tinkler explains the reasons behind City's movements in the market during the off-season

Cape Town City have aimed to bring necessary youth to an ageing squad with their signings‚ coach Eric Tinkler has said.

Blitzboks are pushed off the podium at Tokyo Olympics

The Blitzboks became Team SA’s latest high-profile casualty when they were eliminated from the medal hunt at the Tokyo Games on Tuesday.

Grant Kekana happy to be reunited with close friend Aubrey Modiba at new club Sundowns

Recently signed Mamelodi Sundowns defender Grant Kekana has settled in nicely at Chloorkop thanks to some help from  close friend and former team-mate Aubrey Modiba.

Hamilton pledges 20 million pounds to new Mission 44 foundation

Seven times Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton made a personal pledge of 20 million pounds ($28 million) on Tuesday as he launched a new foundation, Mission 44, supporting under-represented young people in Britain.

Kaizer Chiefs edge closer to securing Keagan Dolly's signature

Kaizer Chiefs’ energetic activity in the transfer market is continuing‚ with a number of high-profile players on the club’s radar and Amakhosi apparently close to signing Keagan Dolly and Cole Alexander.

Davids wants the Springbok forwards to think on their feet following defeat to Lions

Springbok assistant coach Deon Davids says the team's forwards need to think on their feet following the South Africa's first-Test defeat to the British & Irish Lions last Saturday.

Bavuma believes the Proteas have a ‘nice headache’ ahead of the T20 World Cup

With the South African T20 side boasting five capable opening batsmen‚ captain Temba Bavuma says the selectors are going to have a ‘nice headache’ while trying to balance and selecting the team for the World Cup.

Silver surfer Bianca Buitendag slays giants to reach Games podium

Semi-retired surfer Bianca Buitendag from the sleepy city of George stunned the world as she scooped Olympic gold/silver at the Tokyo Games on Tuesday.

Japan's Osaka bundled out of Tokyo 2020 third round

Japan's great hope for tennis gold Naomi Osaka was beaten on Tuesday in the third round of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics tournament, saying she had not known how to cope with the pressure of the occasion.

Hatherly cherishes his best Olympic finish

Alan Hatherly described his performance in the men’s Olympic Games mountain bike cross-country final as the highlight of his career.

Hockey star Julius shares Olympic experience

Team SA is enjoying itself in a bio-bubble at the Olympic village in Tokyo, Japan, but find it awkward to sleep in beds made of card boxes.

Miller, Fortuin to face off in Women's Month

With Women’s Month on the horizon, Gauteng Boxing Promoters Association (GBPA) has made sure that it keeps female boxers working in the ring and has given its own local boxing favourite bantamweight champion Melissa “Honey Bee” Muller the opportunity to put her title on the line against Sharadene “Shinzo” Fortuin at the Booysens Boxing Club on August 15, GBPA secretary Shereen Hunter has announced.

PSL debut at 28 means Dube joins late bloomers list

Following Kaizer Chiefs' capture of 28-year-old Thabani Dube, who’s never played in the top-flight before, Sihle Ndebele looks at some of the late bloomers who managed to knuckle in the Premier Soccer League (PSL) in recent years.

Cole all set to reunite with Baxter at Chiefs

Cole Alexander is set to complete his move to Kaizer Chiefs before the end of the week and to reunite with coach Stuart Baxter.

Bucs defend signing over 30 players in just three years

Orlando Pirates administrative officer Floyd Mbele has defended the club’s recruitment policy, which has seen them sign more than 30 players in the past three seasons, after four recent new additions.

Mkhulise reminisces about how NFD groomed him

Mamelodi Sundowns attacking-midfielder Sphelele Mkhulise has opened up about how loan stints at Black Leopards and Richards Bay molded him to be a decent player he is today.

Royal vow to take fight with PSL to ConCourt

Despite Royal AM’s hopes of automatic promotion to the DStv Premiership being dismissed by Johannesburg high court judge Leonie Windell, the club hierarchy are refusing to throw in the towel as they plan to go as far as the Constitutional Court.

Women power gives Team SA two medals at the Tokyo Games

Swimmer Tatjana Schoenmaker kicked off an all-women two-medal haul for Team SA on Tuesday morning, taking silver in the women’s 100m breaststroke at the Tokyo Olympics.

Royal AM's application to have acting PSL CEO Mato Madlala held in contempt of court dismissed

Royal AM's attempt to have acting Premier Soccer League (PSL) CEO Mato Madlala and the league held in contempt of court for the playoffs matches proceeding recently has been dismissed by Judge Leonie Windell in a South Gauteng High Court.

Covid-19 forces the cancellation of the 2021 Nedbank Golf Challenge

The 2021 Nedbank Golf Challenge hosted by Gary Player will not take place as a result of the restrictions placed on events and spectators in South Africa by the coronavirus pandemic.

Coach David Notoane admits it was SA's defensive frailties that cost them

As South Africans continued to survey the wreckage after the Under-23's heartbreaking defeat to France in a seven-goal thriller at Saitama Stadium on Sunday‚ coach David Notoane conceded that it was his side's defensive frailties that ultimately cost them the Tokyo Games Group A match.

SA women's hockey side face 'group of death'

The SA women's hockey team is the lowest-ranked team in Group A at the Tokyo Olympics, and they have a mammoth task to qualify for the quarterfinals after starting their campaign with a 2-0 defeat against Ireland on Saturday.

Buthelezi resigns to cheering SA athletes on TV

Prominent long-distance runner Philani Buthelezi cannot get over the disappointment of his failure to qualify for the Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan.

Will Khune or Petersen leave to make room for new keeper?

After signing highly rated Brandon Peterson, who last played competitive football for Bidvest Wits in the 2019/20 season, should Kaizer Chiefs axe one goalkeeper to make space?
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