Female athletes lead Nigeria to record-breaking GamesAs the Commonwealth Games drew to a close on Monday night, Team Nigeria finished as the standout nation in the tournament - and they have their female athletes to thank.
Banyana star says local football must pay women moreBanyana Banyana right back Lebogang Ramalepe has revealed the financial struggle of being a female football player in South Africa.
Buhai bags “life-changing” British Open winAshleigh Buhai beat Women's PGA Champion Chun In-gee in a marathon playoff at Muirfield to secure an historic Women's Open victory.
Zambian teen puts himself in the history books… and a wheelchairZambian teenager Muzala Samukonga won his nation’s first ever Commonwealth Games gold medal in the men’s 400m event.
C’mon, Mark Robinson. Either Ian Foster goes or you go!After a weekend of celebrating a great victory for the Springboks against their greatest foe, it is quite sad to reflect on what can only be described as a pitifully ordinary All Blacks performance.
Diski has fans dancing againThe new DStv Premiership season began with a bang as fans rejoiced with the return of local football.
The Commonwealth Games stars taking on the climate crisisAs the Commonwealth Games come to a close, athletes have spoken out about the impact the climate catastrophe is having on their home nations.
A sad day for world rugby as a legend crumblesAfter 121 caps Michael Hooper, one of the most courageous rugby players of all time, walks away. Will the rugby bosses ask the tough questions about injuries and stress? Probably not, writes Lucky Maree.
Chiefs plead for patience after opening day defeatKaizer Chiefs supporting director Kaizer Motaung Junior has pleaded with supporters to be patient with head coach Arthur Zwane after losing their opening game of the season.
Super Falcons STILL waiting for Wafcon payThe Nigerian women’s football team have not yet been paid for their efforts in the Women’s Africa Cup of Nations (Wafcon) last month.
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