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SABC cease violent protest broadcasts with immediate effect

Tensions flare up on second day of protests in Hammanskraal

SABC on Friday announced on a statement that it will cease broadcasting of content showing violent protests. Political parties do not agree with this decision.

RIP El Professori

By: Mohammed Youshaa Hoosen South Africa had to say goodbye to one of the best coaches to ever grace the beautiful game in Mzansi. Teodorescu Dumitru, born September 2nd, 1939 passed away on Thursday afternoon after a heart attack in a Johannesburg shopping mall left him in a critical condition, later taking him from the…

Its official, Jose!

By Mohammed Youshaa Hoosen It may have on ly taken 3 days to discuss image rights and the nitty gritties, but for all Manchester United supporters, it felt like an eternity! Jose Mourinho has officially signed a contract alleged to be 3 years in length. Mourinho is said to be earning double the amount Van…

From ‘Giant Slayers’ to dining with Giant’s

By Lita Gqirana Baroka FC has gained promotion to the Premier Soccer League (PSL) for the first time in the club’s short history by claiming the single automatic-promotion spot with a tough 1-1 draw against Milano United on Sunday afternoon. Baroka FC, a Polokwane-based club, first burst onto the country’s television screens when they went…

AB de Villiers sets IPL stage alight

AB de Villiers sets IPL stage alight

Skipper of the Proteas and one of the world’s current best batsmen in cricket AB de Villiers, last night again showed the world how it’s done as he scored an unbeaten 79 runs to lead his Indian Premier League (IPL) franchise, the Royal Chargers Bangalore (RCB) to the final of the IPL after beating the Gujarat Lions.