19 February 2018 President Cyril Ramaphosa received messages of congratulations from a number of Heads of State and Government during a round of telephone calls on Sunday 18 February 2018. President Ramaphosa took the calls at his official residence in Cape Town on Sunday afternoon. This followed the President’s officiatingRead More →

Bafana Bafana midfielder Thulani “Cream” Serero has been banned from playing for the senior national team on a permanent basis. This was confirmed by SA Football Association (Safa) chief executive Dennis Mumble in an exclusive interview with Independent Media from Oman. Serero made headlines last year when he asked toRead More →

Tshepo Segole, is a young man who grew up in Ekangala, he used to be a soccer player, he played for several teams such black swallows, junk killers just to name a few. He is known as Titus to friends and other Athletes. Tshepo started his primary education at ZivuseniRead More →

HOME AWAY KAIZER CHIEFS STELLENBOSCH UNITED CAPE TOWN CITY ORLANDO PIRATES ROYAL EAGLES MARITZBURG UNITED AMAZULU FC UBUNTU CAPE TOWN FREE STATE STARS CHIPPA UNITED MAMELODI SUNDOWNS EC BEES BLOEMFONTEIN CELTIC RICHARDS BAY FC BAROKA FC STEENBURG UNITED   Dates and venues for the Nedbank Cup last 16 will beRead More →

SuperSport United coach Eric Tinkler believes new striker Evans Rusike could be the answer to their goal scoring problems. Rusike joined Matsatsantsa last month as a replacement for Jeremy Brockie who left for Tshwane rivals Mamelodi Sundowns. The Zimbabwean striker opened his account in SuperSport’s 4-2 victory over Bloemfontein Celtic at LucasRead More →

Former Springbok coach Peter de Villiers has been unveiled as the new head coach of the Zimbabwe national team.De Villiers, who described the appointment as the “greatest day of my life”, will be assisted by Brendon Dawson. De Villiers was previously involved with the country’s Under-20 team, has signed a two-year contract. DeRead More →

Former Banyana Banyana captain Amanda Dlamini has retired from the South African Senior Women’s National Team after an illustrious career spanning 11 years where she earned 105 caps. After not playing for Banyana Banyana for about a year, Dlamini – who was captain of the squad at the 2012 Olympic Games in London –Read More →