If you thought the Springboks would be leaving our shores with the support of the entire country you would be wrong. These guys are even trying to stop them leaving.
It seems that officials at the Kgosi Mampuru II prison had enough concern about Oscar’s relationship with Radovan Krejcir that they raided the former athlete’s cell.
It pays to have friends in high places, especially when they let slip a rather big announcement. Here’s who is headed to the World Cup then.
Following claims that Oscar had been privy to some preferential treatment behind bars (at his request) the Pistorius family has struck back.
When you’re a professional cyclist competing in a televised race you have to be pretty daft to cheat as blatantly as this. Really now prawn, you should know better.
IndyCar driver Justin Wilson is battling for his life after a high-speed accident has left him in a coma. One piece of debris was all it took to cause the crash.
It’s not every day you get to read the words of a modern day inspiration – and Laird Hamilton gives the best kind of encouragement.
Recently retired TV host Jon Stewart has made no secret of his enjoyment for the WWE wrestling scene, with his latest appearance having a very telling influence.
He may be in the latter part of his career but Jamaican superstar Usain Bolt can still turn it on when he has to. He was in fine form yesterday when up against stiff opposition.
Oscar Pistorius’ time in prison has no doubt been a trial for the double amputee, but through his high profile and various complaints, his life is being made a little more comfy.
For some of us our athletic days are rather far behind us. That doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy a spot of competition, we just have to choose our weapons carefully.
There is a great deal of planning that needs to go into hosting a Formula One race, something the folks down here in the Cape would do well to remember.
It seems like sportswear giant Adidas aren’t exactly fans of Scientology, even going as far as to ban sponsored players from joining the religion. Hit them where it hurts.
Most laaities who wonder onto a rugby field will be escorted off before they can cause too much mischief. This little guy had something of an immediate impact.
Breaking news that comes as something of a shock – Oscar won’t be released from prison this Friday after the decision has come under review.
The last few weeks have posed more questions than answers for the embattled Springbok team. As we head up for the big one here are the questions the world is asking.
This Friday, Oscar will be released on parole – but what will the reactions of his fellow South Africans be? Mandy Wiener shares her thoughts…
When you’ve spent a great deal of time formulating a plan to tackle the opposition – yes, we have a plan – it is something of a blunder when that information goes public.
A good pair of sunnies come in handy for any number of reasons – hiding a hangover, a sneaky perve on the beach – but protecting your eyes is maybe the most important. You’re in luck then.
A tennis crowd is a bit like a golf crowd – they’re usually well-mannered, respectful of tradition and able to use their pensioner’s card most places. Not this crowd in Montreal.
We know that the Ozzie cricket team enjoys a good sledge but it’s rather unusual to see that take place on the tennis court. Enter Nick Kyrgios and his loose tongue.
Taking tightroping to a new height, daredevil Nik Wallenda walks across his longest feat yet in this video straight outa Wisconsin.
They have a reputation for delivering the goods and Air New Zealand did not disappoint with their latest safety video. The challenge has been laid down SAA.
We all know that these creatures lurk in the waters beneath us but it’s a different matter altogether when they are hauled out of the water. This oke looks particularly nasty.
Following Cosatu’s statement that certain black players within the Springbok team were unhappy with how they have been treated Heyneke Meyer has been forced to comment.
Hot off the heels of a successful Tour de France the MTN-Qhubeka team headed to the U.S. Things don’t seem to be going as well over State-side, however.
If getting a beat down at the hands of the Pumas wasn’t bad enough news is emerging from inside the Springbok camp that certain black players are unhappy with the set up.
Formula One superstar Jenson Button was enjoying a cheeky getaway in the south of France when things took a turn for the worse. These weren’t just your average criminals.