Wed Aug 20 12:43:14 SAST 2014
Zambian invasion for Banyana

Banyana Banyana are set to travel to Zambia to face the women's national team, after the neighbours .

Chiefs sweat for fifth win - Masango breaks stubborn Celtic

THEIR most frustrating 90 minutes this season saw Kaizer Chiefs still manage to extend their winning run to five matches, with a 1-0 Absa Premiership victory over Bloemfontein Celtic last night. [29] comments

Downs' rhythm gone - Marques hopes to add to woes

MOROKA Swallows' excellent start to the new season will receive a stern examination when they host wounded defending champions Mamelodi Sundowns in an Absa Premiership clash at the Dobsonville Stadium. [1] comments

No respite for Bucs

THE sometimes wasteful Orlando Pirates face yet another daunting task against AmaZulu tonight. [0] comments

PSL told to keep up with times

FORMER referee Errol Sweeney believes the Premier Soccer League should be considering the use of vanishing foam and goal-line technology in its matches. [1] comments

Goal drought a worry for Wits coach Hunt

GAVIN Hunt has goals on his mind and, more specifically, where his side's next goal is going to come from as they face a difficult league match against Maritzburg United at the Bidvest Stadium tonight. [1] comments

AmaTuks don't want to flirt with trouble

UNIVERSITY of Pretoria are uncomfortable lying second from bottom of the Absa Premiership log, saying they want to move out of the relegation zone immediately. [0] comments

Banyana friendly moved

THE international friendly between Banyana Banyana and Zambia, which was scheduled for Limpopo on Sunday, has been moved to Lusaka. [0] comments

PSL forced to reshuffle fixtures

THE Premier Soccer League has shifted around its programme for next month to close up the gap in the fixture list left open by the postponement of the Cosafa Senior Championships. [0] comments

Old Trafford thrill for SA kids

THE start of the Louis van Gaal era was a rotten day to forget for anyone in Manchester, except for two football-mad and incredibly fortunate Johannesburg kids, Mfanelo Mabale and Nokuthula Nkabinde. [0] comments

Fabregas already looks a bargain

BURNLEY - Spanish midfielder Cesc Fabregas provided a swift demonstration of why Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho was so keen to bring him back to the Premier League as he orchestrated Monday's 3-1 season-opening win at Burnley in commanding fashion. [0] comments

Mhlongo in mean mood

Proteas seal series after comedy act

Boks aren't worried about bonus point

Suarez gets professional help after biting drama

Ajax forced to move to Athlone by US television drama

Bayern's rivals in with sniff