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Bafana rise ten places in FIFA rankings

Bafana Bafana jumped ten places to 57th in the latest world rankings released by Fifa on Thursday. [4] comments

Birds slow down Chiefs' Gautrain - Downs drop more points

KAIZER Chiefs' eight-match PSL winning run was brought to an end as Moroka Swallows held them to a 1-1 draw in last night's Soweto derby. [40] comments

Komphela surprised by winning margin against SuperSport

Maritzburg United coach Steve Komphela was pleasantly surprised by his team's performance where the visitors handed SuperSport United a 4-1 drubbing in their Premiership encounter on Wednesday night. [0] comments

Nhleko faces fraud rap

PARENTS of the boys Nkosinathi Nhleko allegedly defrauded of as much as R800000 have threatened legal action against the former Bafana Bafana forward. [8] comments

Banyana's World Cup dream not over yet

NEXT year's Women's World Cup is still an attainable goal for Banyana, but they will have to do it the hard way - which is to win the third-place play-off on Saturday. [0] comments

Maritzburg United stop Igesund in his tracks

SUPERSPORT United suffered their first loss under Gordon Igesund in his four league matches, but the honeymoon was not supposed to end in such ignominy and heartbreak here last night. [0] comments

Hurting Zeca says bye bye

FORMER Moroka Swallows coach Zeca Marques has thanked the club for giving him the chance to lead The Beautiful Birds, but said he was departing with a "heavy heart". [0] comments

Bucs lagging too far behind

ORLANDO Pirates coach Vladimir Vermezovic admitted he was getting worried that the Buccaneers were falling too far behind Absa Premiership leaders Kaizer Chiefs. [8] comments

Why Moyes flopped: Fergie

Liebenberg keen to impress Michell

Concussion plan slated

Proteas learning a lot from street-smart New Zealand

Cannavaro probed