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SABC Sport delivers on cricket and rugby, where the incoming tours to South Africa make for prime viewing, while such classic events as the J & B Met, the Two Oceans Marathon, the Comrades Marathon, the Mandela Marathon and the Durban July are produced for all South Africans. Bu let’s not forget special prime events as the Olympics and the Commonwealth Games, which are broadcast by SABC Sport both on television and radio

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No podium finish for Jobodwana but he's still happy + Akani, Samaai & Viljoen

The 2019 edition of the South African Athletics national championships will always be remembered for how the country’s 200m specialist Anaso Jobodwana couldn’t finish on the podium after having won his semi-final. The 2015 IAAF World Champions 200m bronze medalist could only finish fourth in the final race which was won by the 100m specialist and SA record holder Akani Simbine in 20.27secs at the Germiston stadium on Saturday (27 April 2019).

TUT hosts a successful World Intellectual Property day on sports

Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) hosted a successful world intellectual property day on sports at their main campus in Pretoria today. This year’s theme was going for gold-intellectual property and sports. The event was established by the World Intellectual Property Organization in 2000 to raise awareness of how patents, copyright, trademarks and designs impact on daily life and to celebrate creativity. Chairperson of Wheelchair Tennis South Africa Ntambi Ravele emphasized the importance of the day.

Mamatu and Magakwe scoop gold in 100m of ASA Senior Championship

The first day of Athletics South Africa Senior Championships was disrupted by heavy rains and lightening in Germiston Stadium yesterday. The Senior Championships that were scheduled to start at 9am were delayed by two hours. As if this was not enough then load shedding added to their frustrations in the evening, forcing the event to be cut even shorter. World Champion Caster Semenya was one of those who performed yesterday winning the 5000m in 16:05; with Tebogo Mamatu clinching the 100m Women’s final in 11:45. Mamatu has more.

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