24.1.2021 08:01 am
With lockdown restrictions still in place and finances drying up one’s got to wonder if South Africa will be able to send a team to the Tokyo Games.
Before this pandemic started kicking all of us in the teeth, Olympic sports in this country were already in trouble. Now, it seems, they're on a hiding to nothing.
There have been plenty of surprises over the years and playing in familiar surroundings is no guarantee of a passage into the final.
There are many things you can do every day to make your life happier and easier; you just have to put in a little effort.
It’s funny how one person’s trash can be another person’s treasure.
“The affiliates are already struggling as we speak so are CSA going to have to subsidise everything?”
Covid, however, could yet play a major role in determining who faces off in the delayed 2020 Currie Cup final?
There is no doubt a rebuilding Proteas team thoroughly enjoy having the cool, calm wisdom of Du Plessis during their first Test against Sri Lanka.
It was a news-filled build-up to the first Test, with the announcement of Jacques Kallis joining the England coaching team and Robin Jackman sadly passing away on Christmas Day.
It’s been a stressful few months and weeks and nothing has been normal about this year’s Currie Cup competition.
If rugby’s rule makers are going to continue with their clampdown then the game will be changed and not necessarily for the good of the spectators.
Through the darkness, there have been glimmers of light, and in Olympic codes there have been flashes of brilliance which will go down in the history books.
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The domestic competition has really come alive after the Sharks surprised the Bulls in Durban last week, while the Lions and Western Province are also starting to make their ambitions clear.
Adding additional weight to your body now is only going to add to your January misery.