Time for Mahlambi to go from prospect to star player
Phakamani Mahlambi's premature return from Al Ahly is both a blessing and a curse for a player who needs to transform from prospect to star player.
Patosi double leads City fightback at Pirates
Ayanda Patosi scored two as Cape Town City rescued a 2-2 draw at Orlando Pirates, while Mamelodi Sundowns got back to winning ways on Wednesday.
Chiefs claim back-to-back wins with Stars success
Kaizer Chiefs rose to third in the PSL table after a comfortable 2-0 success at Free State Stars in Bethlehem on Tuesday.
Team of the Week: The Boks make a comeback
Last week not a single Springbok made our team of the week following their defeat at the hands of the Wallabies in Brisbane. This week, however, there are South Africans sprinkled all over after their courageous victory over the All Blacks.
Rebooted: Du Toit's tears epitomised Boks' effort
How did the Springboks manage to beat the All Blacks with just 25 percent possession?
'They are all running away from me' - WBA champ Rofhiwa Maemu
When Rofhiwa Maemu defends his WBA Pan African featherweight title against Tello Dithebe at Meropa Casino on September 21, he will be looking to make a statement of intent.
Philander out until November with ankle injury
If fit, the fast bowler, who hasn't played for South Africa since the Galle Test in July, would have been selected alongside Dale Steyn for the upcoming ODIs against Zimbabwe
Dube makes history at PGA of SA awards
Kenneth Dube was named the 2018 PGA of SA Professional of the Year on Monday, making him the first Black South African to achieve this honour
Rassie Erasmus to coach Barbarians
The Barbarians will be coached by Springbok coach and South Africa's Director of Rugby when they take on Argentina for the Killik Cup at Twickenham on 1 December 2018.
Mitchell leaves Bulls, named England defence coach
England have appointed John Mitchell as their defence coach until the end of 2019 Rugby World Cup. The New Zealander coached the All Blacks to a third place finish at the 2003 World Cup.
Zambia, Cameroon through to semifinals
Zambia and Cameroon sealed their places in the 2018 COSAFA Women's Championship semifinals with comfortable Group B victories in Nelson Mandela Bay on Tuesday.
Banyana canter to COSAFA semifinals
South Africa eased into the COSAFA Women's Championship semifinals with a 6-0 defeat of Malawi in their final pool match.
Folau stars as NZ netball beat South Africa
Goal shooter Maria Folau finds her range and leads New Zealand to a 61-37 win over South Africa in the Quad Series.
Browns sign rookie South African kicker
Zane Gonzalez's four missed kicks on Sunday against the Saints cost him his job as the Browns signed rookie Greg Joseph after a tryout on Monday.
How Imran Tahir secured his CPL XI place
Fawad Ahmed and Oshane Thomas also surprise weapons amid proven performers
Marizanne Kapp bowls South Africa to 40-run win
Pacer becomes third South Africa women's bowler - after Dane van Niekerk and Shabnim Ismail - to claim 100 wickets in ODIs
AmaZulu hold Sundowns as Celtic, Highlands win
Sibusiso Vilakazi spared Mamelodi Sundowns' blushes with a late equaliser in a thrilling 3-3 draw at AmaZulu - elsewhere Celtic and Highlands won.
Billiat inspires Chiefs to big win over City
Kaizer Chiefs bounced back to form in emphatic style with a 4-1 victory over Cape Town City in their Absa Premiership clash on Saturday.
SA All Stars victorious at Lesotho Sevens
A South African All Stars team beat the Blue Bulls in an all-South African final to win the Lesotho Sevens.
All Stars shine brightest in Lesotho
The SA All Stars beat the Blue Bulls in the Maseru International Sevens Cup final at Setsoto Stadium in Lesotho, with Zambia winning the bronze medal.
Springboks mix fire with a dash of panache
KweséESPN looks at five takeaways from the Springboks' stunning win over the All Blacks in their Rugby Championship match in Wellington.
Dyantyi, De Klerk top of the Springboks' pops
KweséESPN looks at how the Springboks rated individually following their shock Rugby Championship win over the All Blacks in Wellington.
Erasmus: Boks' planning back on track
South Africa coach Rassie Erasmus had exaggeratedly suggested he could be looking for a new job if his side had lost to the All Blacks on Saturday, instead a 36-34 win showed his team were moving the right way towards next year's Rugby World Cup.
Wayne Parnell takes up Kolpak deal with Worcestershire
The left-arm seamer has effectively ended his South Africa career in favour of the county deal and the chance to explore T20 leagues
Klusener replaces Vettori as Rajshahi coach
The South African allrounder was roped in due to the BPL dates clashing with the BBL - where Vettori has a long-term contract with Brisbane Heat
David Miller gives up Test dream to focus on World Cup
The Africa batsman has made himself unavailable for selection in first-class cricket
Coetzee inspires Ulster to victory over Kings
Former Springbok loose-forward Marcell Coetzee rock the shackles with a second-half try to help Irish side Ulster to a 28-7 victory over hosts the Southern Kings in their PRO14
Griquas rally to beat Free State Cheetahs
The Griquas claimed their first win of the 2018 Currie Cup when they rallied from behind to beat the Free State Cheetahs 52-24 in Kimberley on Saturday evening.
Western Province rout Lions in try-fest
Western Province took another step towards a home Currie Cup semi-final after they beat the Golden Lions 65-38 in a 14-try thriller at Emirates Airline Park in Johannesburg on Saturday afternoon.
Blue Bulls' chase semis after Pumas win
The Blue Bulls temporarily moved to the top of the Currie Cup standings when they beat the Pumas 39-29 in the weekend's first fixture in Pretoria on Friday night.
Steyn returns to Proteas' ODI mix after two years
With World Cup 2019 in view, the fast bowler is set to play his first ODI in almost two years after being picked for the series in Zimbabwe
Dale Steyn back in South Africa's ODI mix
All the Top stories from September 14.
Semenya in bold Nike ad: 'I was born to do this'
Olympic and world 800m champion Caster Semenya has joined American football player Colin Kaepernick in featuring in bold new Nike ad, with her tagline stating, "I was born to do this".
Six attackers who could improve Bafana
KweseESPN looks at six players not included in the current South Africa squad who could provide some solutions to their goalscoring problems.
Bafana's problems laid bare in Libya draw
All of South Africa's problems in attack were laid bare in their disappointing draw with Libya, which was yet another stalemate at home.
Baxter under pressure for Seychelles matches
South Africa coach Stuart Baxter must get six points from matches against Seychelles after admitting his side let themselves down against Libya.
Banyana's road to the World Cup starts now
South Africa's road to the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup starts on Wednesday when they play their opening match of the COSAFA Women's Championship.
MTN8 final to be played in Durban - PSL
The 2018 MTN8 final between SuperSport United and Cape Town City will be played at the Moses Mabhida Stadium in Durban on September 29
Silva goes from hero to villain for Sundowns in cup defeat
Toni Silva went from hero to villain as Downs were dumped out of a second cup competition in a week with a shootout loss to Cape Town City.
SuperSport win at Chiefs, reach MTN8 final
SuperSport United went away to Kaizer Chiefs on Saturday and won 1-0 in the second leg of the MTN8 semifinal to book a place in the final.
Semenya sets SA record at Continental Cup
Caster Semenya set another South African record, as she won the silver medal for the African team in the 400m Women at the IAAF Continental Cup in Ostrava, Czech Republic.
Kgothatso Montjane found wheelchair tennis and it opened up a new world
Kgothatso Montjane did not pick up a tennis racket until she was 19. Now, she has played in all four of this year's Grand Slams, reaching new heights and bringing more hope to others.
25 Moments That Changed Cricket: The 438 ODI
Willemse's SuperSport contract expires
Former Springbok wing Ashwin Willemse will not be back on air after his contract with broadcaster SuperSport expired.
Nash: 'I probably should have shot the ball 20 times a game'
One of history's best passers also possessed an elite jumper. So, what if Hall of Famer and two-time MVP Steve Nash had flipped his pass-first, shoot-last mindset?
Why there's no such thing as a finisher in ODI cricket... sorry Jonty, Bouch, Hansie
Our insistence on thinking of players this way is because of cognitive biases