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African football whistleblower fired after accusing boss of corruption

15 Apr 2019

JOHANNESBURG African football's ruling body has fired a senior official after he made corruption accusations against the organisation's president in a potential blow to FIFA's efforts to clean up the game after a raft of scandals worldwide.

African soccer whistleblower fired after accusing boss of corruption

15 Apr 2019

JOHANNESBURG African soccer's ruling body has fired a senior official after he made corruption accusations against the organization's president in a potential blow to FIFA's efforts to clean up the game after a raft of scandals worldwide.

Soccer-African soccer whistleblower fired after accusing boss of corruption

15 Apr 2019

JOHANNESBURG, April 15 African soccer's ruling body has fired a senior official after he made corruption accusations against the organisation's president in a potential blow to FIFA's efforts to clean up the game after a raft of scandals worldwide.

Stuttering South Africans look for change of fortune in Super Rugby

10 Apr 2019

CAPE TOWN South Africa's Super Rugby teams will be expected to pull their socks up after a dismal weekend where their commitment and character came in for harsh criticism.

South Africa secure last berth at Cup of Nations finals

24 Mar 2019

JOHANNESBURG South Africa booked the last place at the African Cup of Nations finals with a 2-1 away win over Libya thanks to Percy Tau's double on Sunday to complete the lineup for the 24-team finals being hosted in Egypt in June.

Burundi qualify for first African Cup of Nations finals

23 Mar 2019

JOHANNESBURG Burundi qualified for the African Cup of Nations finals for the first time as they kept Gabon striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang in check to get the point they needed in a 1-1 draw on Saturday.

South Africa need 41 runs to beat Pakistan

05 Jan 2019

CAPE TOWN South Africa will need to knock off just 41 runs on Sunday to beat Pakistan in the second test and take a winning 2-0 lead in the three-test series despite Pakistan providing gallant resistance on the third day at Newlands.

Cricket-Pakistan lose wickets in bid to fight back v S.Africa

05 Jan 2019

CAPE TOWN, Jan 5 Pakistan were struggling on 37 for two against South Africa at lunch on Saturday after losing early wickets on the third day of the second test at Newlands as they tried to stave off defeat.

Du Plessis ton puts South Africa in commanding position

04 Jan 2019

CAPE TOWN South Africa captain Faf du Plessis led from the front with a hard-earned century to give the hosts a commanding 205-run advantage at the end of the second day of the second test against Pakistan at Newlands on Friday.

Cricket-South Africa move past Pakistan’s first innings score

04 Jan 2019

CAPE TOWN, Jan 4 South Africa moved past Pakistan's first innings total as captain Faf du Plessis scored a dogged 33 not out to take his side to 188 for four at lunch on the second day of the second test at Newlands on Friday.

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