SELBORNE College scored a try in the final minute of the match to snatch a brilliant 25-21 derby win against Dale College at home on Saturday.
The sport in country thrown into turmoil over resignation BOXING in the country has been thrown into turmoil after the sudden and shock resignation of Boxing SA board chairman Ngconde Balfour yesterday.
It makes players more intelligent, says association chief GAMING body Mind Sports South Africa (MSSA) are on a drive to have gaming recognised as an e-sport at schools in South Africa.
SRI Lankabhimanya Ranasinghe Premadasa served as Sri Lanka’s third president from January 2 1989 until May 1 1993, when he was assassinated by the Tamil Tigers.
KAIZER Chiefs begin the defence of their Absa Premiership title against Mpumalanga Black Aces at Mbombela Stadium tonight in buoyant mood having lifted three trophies in the space of four months.
Triple triumph for SA’S three medal winners CHAD Le Clos and Cameron van der Burgh gave SA a golden double at the world championships in Barcelona last night – but it was little-known Giulio Zorzi who added a perfect finish with an unexpected bronze medal.
DESPITE efforts by Athletics SA (ASA) to obtain an exemption, the 27-member team representing South Africa at next month’s IAAF World Championships in Moscow, will be missing Caster Semenya.
Peddie farming project now producing 3 000 tons of pineapples WHAT was once a stretch of field overgrown with grass is now a thriving pineapple farming project that yields as much as 3 000 tons of produce per harvest.