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16 January 2019 5:49 AM Tsitsipas reveals he's a massive Serena fan

Melbourne - Greece's Stefanos Tsitsipas lavished bucket loads of praise upon American superstar Serena Williams after his 4-set opening round Australian Open win in Melbourne. After practicing with Williams after the recent Hopman Cup he was suitably impressed. "She was practicing really good. I would probably say even better than some of the male players 435

12 January 2019 6:55 PM Musonda brace powers Leopards past SuperSport

Thohoyandou - A clinical brace from Mwape Musonda ensured Black Leopards secured an impressive 2-0 win in Saturday's Absa Premiership encounter against SuperSport United. The home team created the first opening as Musonda raced on to a through ball before Ronwen Williams came off his line to make the save. The chances were few and far between throughout 65

10 January 2019 4:57 AM Djokovic, Halep top seeds for Australian Open

Melbourne - World number ones Novak Djokovic and Simona Halep were named top seeds on Thursday for next week's Australian Open, with 23-time major winner Serena Williams lurking at 16 on the women's side. Djokovic heads long-time rival Rafael Nadal and defending champion Roger Federer, with young-gun Alexander Zverev seeded four as he targets a maiden 92

12 December 2018 8:02 PM Middendorp gets his first win as Amakhosi coach

Cape Town - Ernst Middendorp earned a win in his first match in charge of Kaizer Chiefs as they saw off SuperSport United 1-0 at the Mbombela Stadium on Wednesday. George Maluleka scored the only goal of the game on 64 minutes although there were numerous chances missed by both sides in an entertaining end-to-end affair. There was an early opportunity 37

12 December 2018 7:50 PM Nanny convicted of shoving baby wipe down infant's throat

A Manhattan nanny has been convicted of stuffing a baby wipe down the throat of a 2-month-old boy in her care, nearly killing the child. Marianne Benjamin-Williams was found guilty on Tuesday of attempted murder, assault and strangulation after just one day of deliberations. Little Maxwell Blutreich was gasping for breath when he was rushed to Bellevue 100

10 December 2018 12:05 PM Pelley, Bjorn at odds over European Tour future

Cape Town - It's no secret European Tour CEO Keith Pelley has some ambitious plans for the European Tour, but it's safe to say not everyone is pleased with them. News broke back in October that Pelley was said to be in favour of a combined 'World Tour', believing that closer co-operation with the dominant PGA Tour in America is the way forward for the global 57

07 December 2018 7:30 PM Garces, Gardner to ref biggest 6 Nations matches

Dublin - Jerome Garces and Angus Gardner will referee the most anticipated Six Nations matches after being involved in two of the biggest calls during the November rugby internationals. Garces will take charge of Ireland-England at Lansdowne Road on February 2 during the opening weekend of the championship. The French ref last month made the final call on England's 109

07 December 2018 2:06 PM McEnroe: Serena Williams has nothing to apologise for

Cape Town - Perhaps unsurprisingly, John McEnroe doesn't think Serena Williams needs to apologise for her actions in the US Open final. Williams drew widespread support and criticism for her dramatic meltdown in New York, as she labelled umpire Carlos Ramos a “liar” and a “thief” and claimed sexism after she received three code violations. The American 49

04 December 2018 12:04 PM PRO14 coach upset at SA ref’s performance

Cape Town - Cardiff Blues coach John Mulvihill was not happy with the performance of South African referee Stuart Berry during his side’s 16-12 defeat to Ulster at the weekend. Mulvihill told BBC Sport he will talk to the tournament’s referees boss Greg Garner about the display of Berry and his fellow officials in the game in Belfast. Mulvihil said the Blues 55

04 December 2018 8:19 AM WATCH: Pharrell is not too impressed with SA's 'beloved' hadedas

We've all been there - the sun is just about to start seeping into your room, but it's still too early to properly wake up, and you snuggle for another hour or two of snoozing - that is until the song of the hadedas start. South Africans love to hate these oversized rats of the sky, squawking their presence into your brain, and unfortunately their hellish 73