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Minister of Sport & Recreation Ms Tokozile Xasa (MP) speaks on the matter of...

The Deputy Minister of Sport & Recreation: Mr Gert Oosthuizen The Director General of Sport & Recreation: Alec Moemi Leaders of Federations who have joined us Members...

Team South Africa shines at IAAF World Athletics Championships

South African athletes have made the country proud at the 2017 International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) World Championships, held in London in August...

South African fans’ guide to Rio 2016 – Week 1 (3-12 August)

2 August The Summer Olympic Games begin on 5 August, with South African track star and official flag-bearer Wayde van Niekerk leading the South African...

Kenyan running shoe company inspired by country’s Olympic spirit

  — Enda (@EndaSportswear) June 30, 2016 Kenyan entrepreneur Navalayo Osembo, together with American investor Weldon Kennedy, have created Kenya's first running shoe company. Enda, which...

Sanlam Cape Town Marathon goes silver

The Sanlam Cape Town Marathon is the only run in Africa to receive Silver Label status from the International Association of Athletics Federations. It's also been declared as carbon neutral. The scenic run will take place on 20 September, and organisers hope to reach Gold Label status soon.

Team South Africa revealed for IAAF World Championships

The next IAAF World Championships is 10 days away and South Africa is sending its best athletes to compete on the global platform. Middle distance runner Caster Semenya has made it into the 31-member squad. She joins five other women in Team South Africa.

Cape Town opens world class athletics stadium

Young boys and girls hoping to become the next global athletic icon now have the opportunity to make that dream a reality, Cape Town mayor Patricia de Lille said at the opening of the upgraded Green Point Athletics Stadium on Wednesday.

Mulaudzi was a South African hero for our times

At just 34, one of the country's best runners died in a car crash on his way to an athletics meeting. A shy guy off the track, Mbulaeni Mulaudzi was aggressive and competitive when he was running, a mental toughness that brought him medals aplenty. He had turned his talents to coaching young rural athletes before his death.

Mulaudzi was a South African hero for our times

At just 34, one of the country's best runners died in a car crash on his way to an athletics meeting. A shy guy off the track, Mbulaeni Mulaudzi was aggressive and competitive when he was running, a mental toughness that brought him medals aplenty. He had turned his talents to coaching young rural athletes before his death.

Magakwe the first South African to break 10-second barrier

Simon Magakwe became the first South African to break the 10-second barrier for the 100 metres at the South African Athletics Championships in Pretoria on the weekend, clocking 9.98 seconds to break the 26-year-old national record of 10.06 seconds that he shared with Johan Rossouw.