Super Rugby 2014
A captain’s effort from Tefu Mashamaite ensured Kaizer Chiefs beat Orlando Pirates in the MTN8 final at Moses Mabhida stadium.
Kaizer Chiefs were crowned 2014 MTN8 champions defeating arch-rivals Orlando Pirates at the Moses Mabhida Stadium.
Liverpool suffered a surprise loss away to West Ham as fresh questions were raised about whether they have the defence required to win the Premier League.
The Sharks kept their Currie Cup hopes alive by overcoming the Blue Bulls at Loftus Versfeld.
Gael Monfils could miss the Davis Cup final against Switzerland after suffering a knee injury at the Metz ATP tournament.
Racial segregation existed in sport long before apartheid outlawed playing together as a nation, writes Dr Farieda Khan.
Much maligned striker Danny Welbeck scored his first goal for Arsenal as they eased past Aston Villa.
The Free State Cheetahs showed enough class to register a deserved win over the Eastern Province Kings in their Currie Cup clash.
Western Province consolidated their position at the top of the Currie Cup log with a deserved win over Griquas.
England batsman Jonathan Trott insisted that Australia fast bowler Mitchell Johnson was not responsible for his early exit from England's Ashes tour.
QPR avoided their fourth Premier League defeat of the season as a fine late equaliser from Croatia midfielder Niko Kranjcar rescued a 2-2 draw against Stoke.
Varvara Lepchenko beat fellow American Christina McHale to reach the first final of her career at the WTA Korea Open.
Police arrested a man for selling fake tickets ahead of the MTN8 Cup final in Durban.
Ivory Coast star midfielder Yaya Toure tells the BBC that he is fully committed to English champions Manchester City.
Jose Mourinho believes that Chelsea can still improve despite a perfect start to their Premier League campaign.
Golden Lions coach Johan Ackermann says his team is well-placed in the Currie Cup following their victory over the Pumas.