SPORT

Steve Tshwete Stadium collapsing and taking local sport with it

Mayor blames vandals and lack of cooperation from local teams

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9 November 2020

Lotto millions used for minor renovations to stadium

… but it was meant for a brand new sports facility

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10 September 2020

R300,000 lotto grant for school comes to naught because of criminals

“They only left stumps of goalposts,” says primary school principal

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5 August 2020

Cape Flats children show their athletics skills

“It’s where they can express themselves in a positive way instead of taking a gun”

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29 January 2020

From street child to open water athlete

Thabiso Molefi ran away from home at 14. Five years later he swam from Robben Island to Blouberg

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13 January 2020

Eastern Cape karate champ has no sponsors to get to world tournament

Litha Mtalalisi needs R20,000 to join the SA team going to Kazakhstan

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15 November 2019

Rugby unites all in Siya Kolisi’s hometown

Thousands gathered in Zwide stadium to watch the Springboks win the World Cup

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2 November 2019

Soweto’s girls and boys play competitive soccer together

“My teammates treat me with respect and dignity. I’ve never felt harassed or experienced any form of violence and abuse.”

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24 October 2019

Cape Town tennis academy is changing lives - and making champions

“People were hesitant to fund something like kids playing tennis when there might be so many other pressing problems in South Africa”

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30 September 2019

South African players on international draughts stage

Landikhaya Makeleni of KwaNobuhle hopes to challenge world champion Lubabalo Kondlo of New Brighton

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16 August 2019

Township basketball teams celebrate Youth Day at the CTICC

The two-day Youth Day Classic Basketball Tournament kicked off on 16 June with about 800 youngsters

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17 June 2019

We have nowhere to train, say Mitchells Plain learners

School trying to raise money for a sports field

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20 May 2019

Lubabalo Kondlo is the world draughts champion, but he is struggling to make ends meet

He is on a mission to popularise the game in South Africa

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9 May 2019

Dunoon sport centre comes alive after four-year legal dispute

City of Cape Town ordered to pay construction company R5.8 million and legal costs

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26 April 2019

Caster Semenya: Issues the sporting authority has to consider

Whatever the decision, the emotional toll for athletes is high

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25 February 2019

Sport coach an unsung hero in Delft

Merlin Mosoko has trained dozens of children to play basketball

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8 February 2019