Local sport

Taking sports and fitness to a new level

School friends and owners of Headstart Skills and Orientation, Khayelihle Kay Hlatshwayo (25) and Sanele Ngcobo (26), believe that through their sports development programme called ‘Rugga Rugga Bashana Bashana’, children can develop their motor and socials skills.

Soccer season takes off in Asherville

The club claims a major scoop in acquiring the service of Sheldon Roux, a professional coach. Roux boasts SAFA level 3 and CAF A license accreditation, the same as Pitso Mosimane (Sundowns) and Steve Khompela (Chiefs).

Reservoir Hills Rhinos Rugby Club on the ball

The club was founded in 1999 by rugby fanatics, Teddy Chetty (a sporting pioneer in Reservoir Hills), and his son, Vernon, when they saw the need for a rugby club in a community, historically not associated with rugby union.

Upcoming run to unite cities

The FNB Run Your City series will feature three mass participation road running events, which include the FNB Cape Town 12 ONERUN (launched in 2015), the FNB Joburg 10K CITYRUN (launched in 2016) and the FNB Durban 10K CITYSURFRUN (launched in 2017).

Team eThekwini shines at annual games

Team eThekwini secured gold medals in dance, tennis, swimming, rugby (males), football (females) and basketball (males).

Four KZN cricketers among National Academy intake

KwaZulu-Natal Coastal coach, Roger Telemachus congratulated all the candidates on being selected in this once in a lifetime opportunity and commended Nhlebela mostly for being a committed player.

Pena/ Van Zyl undisputed at EFC 66

Demarte Pena and Irshaad Sayed came out spitting bile, amidst a fury of incredible MMA. Trading strike for strike Pena pulled ahead with brutal takedowns, and a stunning head kick that dropped Sayed in the first.

Proteas spinner gives back to club

The left-arm spinner took the initiative upon himself when he witnessed how floods and loss of sponsors had affected the cricket club he has played for for decades.

Identifying South Africa’s future cricket heroes

The recently capped Protea, Wiaan Mulder, captained Gauteng at the 2016 Coca-Cola Khaya Majola Week, when he returned to the tournament for a third year in a row.

FANCAM first at Currie Cup final

The FANCAM technology, first used in the Currie Cup at Newlands earlier in the season, was developed in South Africa.

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