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Brand South Africa congratulates team South Africa in Wimbledon

Johannesburg, Friday 13 July 2018 – Brand South Africa congratulates Kevin Anderson after knocking Roger Federer out of Wimbledon and becoming the first South African to reach...

Kevin Anderson puts Andy Murray out of the US Open

South African tennis journeyman Kevin Anderson reached a career milestone yesterday when he beat former Wimbledon champion Andy Murray to reach his first Grand Slam quarter-final after seven previous fourth-round losses. It was "a great accomplishment", he said after the win.

Davis Cup recognition for SA tennis greats

South African tennis greats Cliff Drysdale, Frew McMillan and Wayne Ferreira received Davis Cup Commitment Awards at Wimbledon in London this week. Drysdale and McMillan were part of the 1974 team that claimed South Africa's only title in the international team competition.

Venus, Serena for South African showdown

Tennis greats Venus and Serena Williams will visit South Africa in November for the launch of Breaking the Mould, an initiative that rewards female achievers in different career categories to inspire young women to develop themselves.
Empowerment for South Africa's women

Player Invitational raises over R2-million

Professional golfers, celebrities, sports stars and business executives reached deep into their pockets at the 12th Gary Player Invitational to raise just over R2-million for a number of charities.

Ashe’s Soweto dream revived

The Arthur Ashe Tennis Centre in Soweto has reopened with a new look and a renewed ambition: to groom the famous township's first tennis champion. Arthur Ashe and South Africa go back a bit - to a time when the apartheid government thought it could refuse a visa to the top-ranked American in the game, and get away with it.