South Africa’s big three, Orlando Pirates, Kaizer Chiefs and Mamelodi Sundowns, all do battle in continental competitions this weekend as the Caf tournaments continue to grow in importance in SA football. DEAN WORKMAN explores.
Temba Bavuma’s performances in the Test series against Pakistan prove why he is a crucial cog in the Proteas’ batting unit, writes KHALID MOHDIN.
Siya Kolisi’s comments on transformation have been blown sadly out of proportion, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
The Springboks will head into World Cup clashes against the top European teams as underdogs, writes JON CARDINELLI.
The appointment of Ernst Middendorp as head coach at Kaizer Chiefs may have been met with some backlash, but the addition of Shaun Bartlett as his assistant provides the Soweto giants with a promising duo to take the club forward. DEAN WORKMAN explores.
Kaizer Chiefs’ progress under coach Giovanni Solinas has been severely diminished, with growing concerns that it could prove to be yet another season without silverware for Amakhosi, writes MARSHALL GOUTS.
Banyana Banyana coach Desiree Ellis shares her thoughts on why women’s football is on the rise in South Africa and how there are limitless opportunities for women in football.
After defeat in the Telkom Knockout semi-finals at the hands of arch-rivals Orlando Pirates, Kaizer Chiefs coach Giovanni Solinas is skating on thin ice at Naturena, writes DEAN WORKMAN.
The home nations have outperformed South Africa and Australia for the better part of three seasons and will head into the 2019 World Cup with a psychological edge, writes JON CARDINELLI.
George Lebese wants to leave Mamelodi Sundowns almost a year after signing from Kaizer Chiefs, and there are some lessons to be learned from his fall from grace, writes MARSHALL GOUTS.