Everyone knows that our national cricket team has behind-the-scenes transformation targets to meet, but at least now they’re out in the open.
It’s easy to rant when we are told we can’t host any major sporting tournaments going forward, but have these two sporting codes done enough?
It seems a Saturday outing to watch the Boks play might be a fiery affair, with the ANC Youth League announcing plans to disrupt proceedings.
Yesterday was a rough one for many South African sports fans, although some number crunching shows that representation might be around the corner.
The wounds are still raw following the Proteas semi-final defeat in the World Cup last month. Now we have proof that the team which took the field came about from political meddling.
Rugby quotas are necessary because we have not done enough over the last 20 years to support black players, says Max du Preez.
Quotas are back. The new quota system introduced by the South African Rugby Union (SARU) will result in more black talent on the fields. The system will be introduced in domestic rugby as of next year. A 22 man squad will need seven players of colour, five in the starting team and at least two as part of the forwards.