It was Formula One against IndyCar as two of motorsport’s events of the year took place on the same day – and for the neutral spectator there can only have been one winner, writes GARY LEMKE.
New Zealand’s teams have racked up 13 out of a possible 15 regular-season wins to inflict further psychological damage on their South African counterparts, writes JON CARDINELLI.
National team coach Stuart Baxter has picked his first Bafana Bafana squad and it appears to tick all the right boxes, writes WADE PRETORIUS.
Bidvest Wits clinched their maiden PSL title, but there was a lot more to their title triumph than only a star-studded squad. MARSHALL GOUTS explores five reasons why they achieved glory.
Allister Coetzee has made a popular call to install Warren Whiteley as his Springbok captain and first-choice No 8. Whether it is the best decision for a team with everything to prove in 2017 is another story, writes JON CARDINELLI.
It’s been a long, hard slog of a season but there’s no excuse for celebrating fourth place and no exceptions should be made, writes WADE PRETORIUS.
GARY LEMKE says French Open organisers took the moral high ground by denying Maria Sharapova a wildcard entry.
The Blitzboks and Kings have proven what can be achieved through commanding coaching, compelling inclusivity and a strong team culture, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
The poorly coached Bulls have come to epitomise everything that is wrong with South African rugby, writes JON CARDINELLI.
The South African Football Association (Safa) confirmed the worst kept secret in local football fraternity, the re-appointment of Stuart Baxter as national team coach, but is the Scotsman doomed for failure? MARSHALL GOUTS explores.