Fans set for summer treat in the Premier League

The Premier League resumes after a two-month break with some mouth-watering fixtures still to be ...
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When the Kohlis and the Kakas were in town

HARD to believe this, yesterday marked exactly a decade after this continent’s first football World ...
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‘The day I’m not able to say my opinion, I’d be alive but dead’

UNMOVED by vicious criticism over his comments about George Floyd, a black man killed by ...
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Victor Olonga on ‘seeking peace’ and rugby’s return

“THERE are no problems, only solutions,” Victor Olonga, the former Zimbabwe captain, quotes John Lennon ...
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Happy anniversary, and cheers to much higher Skies!

UNLESS you count the day in 1949 when Rhodesia famously beat the mighty All Blacks, ...
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Who are the favourites to win the 2019-20 FA Cup?

The FA Cup quarter-finals are set to resume at the end of June and the ...
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Adventures of long trip across the planet (II)

SO from a pleasant stopover in Paris, a sinister pursuer from the Dominican Republic at ...
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A human specimen that never stops

MARK Spencer — a naturalised Qatari who hails from the United States of America — ...
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Adventures of long trip across the planet

RIDICULOUSLY long hours at airports to catch connecting flights, being stalked by a dodgy stranger ...
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Ex-Sables star’s message receives lofty endorsement

AN interview we carried last week on the views of Gerald Sibanda, a former Zimbabwe ...
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Polarised world a threat to African rugby

A LEADING business and sport personality, whose résumé includes heading one of the best-known names ...
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‘We can’t continue to be second-class citizens’

WORDS of the beautiful rugby song, World In Union, attempt to highlight what the sport ...
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Goodbye to smiling giant of Zim rugby

A FOOTBALL player and swimmer for almost his entire high school life, a change in ...
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Dejection for Musona, expectations for SA suitors

A WEIRD side of sport is that some rejoice in the misery it oftentimes causes ...
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‘I fear for ODI cricket’

DAVE Houghton’s personal email address has three conspicuous features of special sentimental value to him: ...
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