Georgia to tour South Africa in major boos to rugby SA
Latest News Headlines in South Africa 12-05-2021

Georgia to tour South Africa in major boost to rugby

The Springboks will return to International action in July against Georgia, after almost two years in the covid-19-enforced wilderness.  The World Champions have had plenty of time to bask in their status as the best in the business, despite last playing in November 2019, when they defeated England 32-12 in the final of the World […]

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Quinton De Koch has been a tower of strength in a dark time for South African Cricket
Latest News Headlines in South Africa 29-04-2021

Crisis averted for now, but South African cricket still in chaos

South Africa will not have its Test licence revoked, with Cricket South Africa and the The Members Council putting down their guns, for now.  Cricket South Africa and The Members Council released a joint press statement declaring the outstanding issues were resolved, with these surrounding amendments in the memorandum of incorporation (MOI).  This followed Minister […]

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PSL football betting
Latest News Headlines in South Africa 26-04-2021

Early PSL tips, odds and fixtures for April 27-28

The Premier Soccer League resumes on Tuesday, April 27, with leading South African bookmakers now accepting bets on these matches. Below we will will highlight the PSL odds for April 27 and 28 matches, plus give you our free tips.  The early game on Tuesday is between Stellenbosh and Maritzburg United, with the former the […]

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Francois Louw's retirement hurts the Springboks chances of beating the Lions
Sports 24-04-2021

Rugby: Springboks outsiders for Lions Tour Test series

World champions South Africa are outsiders to win the three-Test series against the British Lions, due to be played later this year. has priced the Springboks at $2.25 to win the series, with the British & Irish Lions warm favourites at $1.66. A drawn series is paying around $29.00 with online bookmakers.  The first […]

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Rainbow Cup split in two in blow to South AFrica rugby
Latest News Headlines in South Africa 23-04-2021

Rainbow Cup split in two after players denied entry into UK

The Rainbow Cup has suffered a blow after organisers were forced to split it into two separate tournaments, because of covid-19 restrictions in the UK.  The revamped Rainbow Cup will now see the Cell C Sharks, DHL Stormers, Emirates Lions and Vodacom Bulls stay in South Africa and play each other twice over seven weeks.  […]

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