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The Jozi Stars absolutely slaughter the Tshwane Spartans in a record run fest. Potential match fixers are getting apprehended in the MSL. The group stages are coming to an end in the Champions League, Anthony Joshua is apparently keen to fight Deontay Wilder, and SA's top rugby players honoured at the Brightrock Players Choice Awards.
Man City finally come unstuck in the league against Chelsea, as Liverpool stays unbeaten. Cape Town Blitz secure a home final in the MSL, Louis Oosthuizen wins big in the SA Open, Baroka wins the Telkom Knockout Cup, and the BlitzBoks come up short again in the Cape Town 7s.
The last few games of the Mzansi Super League feature this weekend, as the top three teams gun for the top spot. The Telkom Knockout Cup final and English Premier League offer your football action for the weekend. Louis Oosthuizen leads the charge at the SA Open, the Cape Town Sevens kicks off on Saturday, and a new cap in the Proteas test squad.
Banyana Banyana come up short in the final of the Women's AFCON, tragically losing on penalties after a huge effort. Arsenal score a huge win in their London derby vs Spurs, the BlitzBoks have a tough time in Dubai, and the Fury / Wilder fight ends in a disappointing draw. The Mzansi Super League is really hotting up, and Jon Rahm gets a big win in the Bahamas.
It's a fight night weekend. Yup an actual big boxing bonanza again as Wilder takes on Fury, and there is much to get excited about here. Your weekend's football fixtures, what's going on in the Mzansi Super League, some rugby, and the Copa Libertadores final moves to Madrid.
Banyana Banyana are through to the Women's AFCON final, and with that also make it through to the World Cup in France next year. The latest from the Champions League, football hooligans, and a mistaken death causes minor league embarrassment. The Mzansi Super League is performing well on TV, and the Fury Wilder fight approaches.
The Boks' year ended like it started, with a loss to Wales. France go full France against Fiji, then World Rugby dish out their big awards for the year. Banyana Banyana make it into the semi-finals of the Women's Afcon, the Cape Town Blitz finally taste defeat in the MSL, and Man City continue to surge ahead in the EPL.
Caster Semenya doesn't make the shortlist for the IAAF Women Athlete of the Year Award, but are we surprised? The Jozi Stars bounce back in the Mzansi Super League, while Pakistan go full Proteas against New Zealand. The cheating Aussie cricketers won't have their suspensions lifted earlier than planned, and drunk curlers cause havoc in Canada.
The Mzansi Super League got off to an interesting start, the Boks managed a solid win over the Scots, and the Proteas wrapped up their Aussie tour with another win. Zverev finished the tennis year with a big win over Djokovic, and Bafana Bafana disappoint again.
Whatever your thoughts on South Africa's new T20 league, it gets underway this weekend and it's worth getting excited about. The Proteas women are having a tough time in the Women's World T20, Bafana Bafana to tackle Nigeria in a key AFCON qualifier, and the Boks brace for the huge challenge of the Scots. People are trying to get offended by Lewis Hamilton's non offensive words, and Tokyo 2020's head of cyber security is completely computer illiterate.
At this year's World Golf Awards, a top South African golf course won the award for the best course in Africa. That was Royal Johannesburg and Kensington's East Course, so Ben sat down with the club's CEO Chris Bentley to chat about the accolade, and the journey the course has gone to get here.
Faf De Klerk is unavailable for the Boks again, which poses a scrumhalf poser for Rassie Erasmus against the Scots. AB de Villiers is raring to go in the Mzansi Super League. Real Madrid decide to stick with their stopgap coach, McIlroy isn't too bothered by the Phil vs Tiger match, Japan's rugby players play for honour, and Kevin Anderson is crushing it at the ATP Finals Series.
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