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Why The New Mo Salah Chant Makes Me Uncomfortable

The new Mo Salah chant from Liverpool fans has been taking the world by storm. Liverpool's number 11, Mohamed Salah has been leading the...

Meet Kholo Montsi – South Africa’s rising tennis star

At 17, Kholowam “Kholo” Montsi is a rising star in the tennis world. He won his first match at the French Open...

What are the transformation targets of SA sports?

Another year and the same battle continues. Transformation. Some think it's a waste of time, others think it's "reverse racism". Others still, like Afriforum...

Girl Power: Why Netball Is The Sport To Watch In South...

Netball in South Africa has been growing in popularity over the past few decades. Even though the national team, the Spar Proteas, is ranked...

Women’s World Cup: Watch Out For Refiloe Jane And Thembi Kgatlana

Refiloe Jane and Thembi Kgatlana are two of the many stars the Banyana Banyana team have on their roster. The team heading...

We need to speak about how badly sportswomen are paid

Women already have to deal with misogyny and discrimination in all sectors of society solely by virtue, well, of them being women. And for...

Toxic Masculinity In Football Needs To Be Addressed

This weekend, the news and social media were awash with images of Kaizer Chiefs supporters storming onto the pitch of the Moses Mabhida Stadium....

EXTRACT: But He Speaks So Well by Ivan Johnson

Journey with Ivan Johnson in this memoir of an identity crisis as the high­spirited boy from a close-­knit family on the Cape...

Banyana Banyana’s 5 Biggest Wins

After an unsuccessful World Cup Banyana Banyana had a lot to prove going into the COSAFA Women’s World Cup. And prove themselves...

In 2021, Banyana Banyana needs to be given the recognition they...

On Saturday, November 14, Banyana Banyana won the 2020 COSAFA Women’s Cup. Their 2-1 victory over Botswana marked the seventh time they...

Soccer’s #MeToo Moment Is Overdue

OPINION In less than a year, two high profile football players - Cristiano Ronaldo and Neymar Jr - ...

Mt Everest Conqueror Sibusiso Vilane: “I Have Lost Count Of The...

South African mountain climber and the first African to climb Mount Everest in 2003, Sibusiso Vilane recently reached 8 000 metres on the 8...

Springbok Zinhle Ndawonde: My Tough Upbringing Didn’t Deter Me

As Told To Born and bred in Inanda Township, firefighter and Springbok player Zinhle Ndawonde will be heading to...

We Stan Africa’s Top Woman Coach

Last week Banyana Banyana coach Desiree Ellis retained her title as the top woman coach on the African continent. This isn’t her...

Mo Salah Is A True Hero

On Sunday night, everybody’s favourite footballer Mohamed “Mo” Salah picked up the Professional Footballers’ Association (PFA) player of the year for the 2017-18 season....

Another SA soccer player dies in a car accident

South Africa has lost another young soccer player to a car accident; this time it was Mlondi Dlamini, who played for Maritzburg United. The midfielder...

Rantso Mokopane On How The NWU Attack Happened

Twenty-two-year-old Thabang Mosiako, a South African athletics champion who was due to fly to Algeria for the CAA African Cross Country Championships in March...

Lungi Ngidi and Kagiso Rabada have transformation critics shook

On Wednesday, South Africa beat India in the second match of the Freedom Series. But really it was the 21-year-old debutant Lungisani Ngidi who...

The Story of South African Cricket, from its tragedies to triumphs

Ashwin Desai's newest book, Reverse Sweep: A Story of Post-Apartheid South African Cricket is a compelling read. It traces the history of...

Shabnim Ismail Is Aiming For The Top

In the second of our series on the Proteas players, The Daily Vox team spoke to right-arm bowler, Shabnim Ismail.
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