Casual Day brings joy to school

Basizeni School learners discover the joys of playground equipment for the first time. On the roundabout are Retshepile Mbonani and Zinhle Ngcobo. (Image: Casual...

Wagner downs Sithole in Acsa SA Open final

World number one David Wagner defeated South Africa's world number two, Lucas Sithole, to capture the quads title in the Airports Company South Africa SA Open wheelchair tennis tournament at Ellis Park in Johannesburg on Saturday.

Van Dyk wins 10th Boston Marathon title

South African wheelchair-racing star Ernst van Dyk became the first person to win the Boston Marathon 10 times when he sped to victory on Monday. Van Dyk's amazing run was achieved in only 15 appearances in the iconic event, which dates back to 1897.

World’s best for SA wheelchair tennis events

No less than 23 world top 10-ranked wheelchair tennis players in various categories, including two number one-ranked players, have confirmed their entries for the Airports Company South Africa (Acsa) series taking place in Johannesburg and Benoni in April.

Wheelchair star Montjane shines in Louisiana

South Africa's top women's wheelchair tennis star, Kgothatso "KG " Montjane, added another title to her list of achievements when she won the doubles event at the 25th Cajun Classic Wheelchair Tennis Tournament in Louisiana on the weekend.

Wheelchair star Sithole gears up for SA Open

Wheelchair tennis star Lucas Sithole is hard at work preparing for the Airports Company South Africa Gauteng Open and SA Open, where many of the world's leading players will be in action. The quad ace made history last year when he won the US Open.

World’s wheelchair tennis stars headed for SA

Two major wheelchair tennis tournaments are set to be staged in South Africa next month: the Airports Company South Africa (Acsa) Gauteng Open and the Acsa SA Open. Many of the world's leading players, including world number two Lucas Sithole, will be in action.

Wheelchair star Sithole shines at Aus Open

South African wheelchair tennis star Lucas Sithole claimed runners-up finishes in both the quad singles and doubles at the Australian Open, becoming the first African to reach the final of both events at the first Grand Slam of the year.