South Africa’s medal haul at the IAAF World Championship was their best ever. But the six medals tell just half the success story. There’s so much more talent lying in wait, if only the sporting administrators would do their bit. By ANTOINETTE MULLER.
Caster Semenya bagged bronze in the 1,500m at the IAAF World Championships in London on Monday night. In a tough race – and with her main event still to come – this was another box ticked in an ever-growing legacy of one of the greatest athletes South Africa has produced. By ANTOINETTE MULLER.
Two soccer fans died after an incident during the weekend’s Soweto derby at Soccer City. As news began to filter through of the horrific tragedy outside the buzz of the stadium, everything carried on through deafening silence from those in charge. By ANTOINETTE MULLER.
Wayde van Niekerk and Akani Simbine’s camaraderie with their omitted team-mates sends a strong message to South Africa’s sporting admin: stop your nonsense, we’re sick of the way you treat us. And South African sport sure could do with more of it. By ANTOINETTE MULLER.
After more than 3500km of cycling, the Tour de France 2017 is all over. It’s been a race of epic highs and dramatic lows. With the help of EPA Photography, we take a pictorial glance at some of the highlights of the 2017 tour. By ANTOINETTE MULLER
A 218-page report seen by Daily Maverick, which now suspended Sascoc CEO Tubby Reddy confirmed was commissioned by him, seems to contain evidence of bugging devices found at the Sascoc offices. Five devices in total were uncovered, according to the claims. By ANTOINETTE MULLER and PAULI VAN WYK.