Cricket South Africa confirmed on Tuesday that the T20 Global League has been postponed. Despite media being assured just last week that the tournament would go ahead as scheduled, the governing body now says the decision to postpone it was “not taken lightly”. By ANTOINETTE MULLER.
It’s been a while since the All Blacks have had to work as they did at the weekend. And while there have been notable improvements for the Springboks, only convincing efforts in Europe will ensure their redemption for 2018. And then there’s the matter of not ignoring what continues to plague the country’s development structures. By ANTOINETTE MULLER.
During 2015, more than R2-million in Lotto money, applied for through Sascoc and reserved for Basketball SA, seemingly grew legs. Nobody knows where the money went, but what we do know is that it definitely didn’t go to the NBA as claimed in an expenditure report from Sascoc. By ANTOINETTE MULLER.
Those red and yellow suits at Lord’s must have crumbled over into their crumpets this week when news emerged of the plans the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has for Test cricket. Or not, since most of the members probably remember a time when Test cricket was played across four days. ANTOINETTE MULLER explains.
Another week, another crisis. South African rugby seems to be swinging from one nadir to the next. And while New Zealand’s playing style is often seen as the benchmark for excellence, it is their approach to fostering inclusive structures that could really teach the suits a lesson or two. By ANTOINETTE MULLER.
While much fuss was made about Kevin Anderson’s run in the US Open, South Africa already has a champion in the event. Lucas Sithole is a wheelchair tennis player – a sport that is thriving in the country, despite serious challenges and a fraction of the coverage the mainstream sports get. By ANTOINETTE MULLER.
Remember that “top secret” report that was so “top secretly” leaked to several media houses a while back? The one that alleged Sascoc’s offices were bugged? Turns out the company who invoiced for – and allegedly got paid for it – listed “first aid” as one of their line-items. By ANTOINETTE MULLER .