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South Korea send Ghana and Uruguay packingSouth Korea secured a famous victory over Portugal to send both Ghana and Uruguay crashing out of the World Cup.
World Cup trip used to bond Sundowns coachesMamelodi Sundowns coach Rhulani Mokwena says the coaches used the Fifa World Cup trip to Qatar to bond, amid reports suggesting discord in the technical team.
Senegalese “Zidane” dreamt of World Cup gloryAt the age of just 10 years old, Iliman Ndiaye made headlines as the “future Zinedine Zidane” in a Senegalese newspaper.
A maiden voyage for girls’ educationDurban-based sailor Vuyisile Jaca will be among the sailors taking part in this year's Maiden Factor race.
Japan beat Spain for top spot to send Germany homeOn a night of simply spectacular Fifa World Cup action, Japan went against the odds to top Group E with a win over Spain while Germany were eliminated.
Suarez ‘not sorry’ for 2010 Ghana incidentWith tensions already high for the Ghana Uruguay clash on Friday night, Luis Suarez said he will not apologise for the infamous incident that took place at the 2010 World Cup.
MOROCCO MOVE ON, BELGIUM MOVE OUTNot only did Morocco become the second African team through to the knockout stages in the World Cup, they did it by topping their group.
Two Guns’ Lerena gets a shot at boxing historyWhen Kevin “Two Guns” Lerena steps into the ring on Saturday he will be looking to become the fourth African boxer to win a world crown in the heavyweight division.
SA boxer welcomes bout on home soilGcina Makhoba is not fazed by being pitted against Roberto Paradero.
Messi’s blushes spared as Argentina progressAfter losing their opener to Saudi Arabia, Argentina managed to defeat Mexico last week and then Poland on Wednesday to advance to the knockout stages.
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