4.6.2020 08:13 am
Two-time All Blacks World Cup winner Dan Carter announced a shock Super Rugby comeback with the Auckland Blues on Thursday, at the age of 38, saying he realised during the coronavirus lockdown how much he missed the game.
Carter, a three-time world player of the year, has been a free agent since returning to New Zealand in March from Japan, where a virus-enforced shutdown ended his stint with Kobe Steelers.
After taking an enforced break, Kagiso Rabada says he remains fully committed to the national cricket team.
The national federation has urged golfers and clubs to remain patient as talks with the sports ministry continue.
Non-contact professional sport contests can be held from next month, government has confirmed, but federations will first need to prove they have sufficient safety protocols in place.
While track and field competitions remain suspended due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Akani Simbine is eager to hit the track when racing resumes.
Exciting times lie ahead for South African rugby, according to Ross Cronje, and the Lions will be ready regardless of who they face when play resumes.
Despite the struggles facing the game during the lockdown, Central Gauteng Lions Cricket has predicted a bright future.
The 2020 Nedbank Golf Challenge will be held between December 3-6.
Lions prop Jannie du Plessis hopes scrums will still be a key area of the game when rugby players return to the field.
The Lions have retained the services of Wandisile Simelane for another two years.
Reports suggest that Ruan Dreyer could be returning to Johannesburg.
Director of rugby Jake White has made some changes to the coaching support staff at the Bulls.
Elite golfers face a challenge in an attempt to juggle events when the European and American tours resume.
The national golf federation is hoping government will allow amateur golfers to return to the course as lockdown restrictions are eased.