Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Cape’s notorious ship graveyard claims corpse of hi-tech racing yacht

Cape Town's maritime community woke up to a conundrum on Wednesday: how did a world-class ocean racing crew with state-of-the-art technology run aground in...

World Rugby Board recommends SA as hosts of the 2023 Rugby...

South Africa have moved a step closer to hosting the 2023 Rugby World Cup after the World Rugby Board recommended their bid on Tuesday. The...

Western Province crowned 2017 Currie Cup Champions

There was a kind of hush… all over this creaky old stadium around the 54th minute of the Currie Cup final. Western Province’s redoubtable inside...

Athletics SA officially out of debt for first time in 10...

It was just a formality‚ but Athletics SA (ASA) on Saturday officially moved into the black when its council signed off the 2016 financial...

BREAKING | Former PSL referee Ian McLeod dies

Respected former South African referee Ian McLeod passed away on Thursday night. South African Football Association (Safa) communications manager Dominic Chimhavi confirmed to TimesLIVE that...

Another match‚ another thrashing Bangladesh by Proteas

Bangladesh would have been forgiven for wanting to disappear into the hole that was opened in the ground where a slip might have stood...

Kenton soccer player rubs shoulders with Orlando Pirates

A 17-YEAR-OLD Ikamvalesizwe pupil, Silindokuhle Mapoko, from Kenton-on-Sea had the opportunity of a lifetime when a chance trip to Johannesburg ended up with him...

St Andrew’s Prep rowing medalist makes Prep history

TASTE OF VICTORY: Another St Andrew's Prep pupil, Oliver McKay in Grade 7, has made Prep history by winning the under 15C Single Scull...

Successful strides at Kowie Striders 27km race

THE wind was howling at the start of this year’s Kowie Striders 27km race which took place from the Big Pineapple in Bathurst to...

Bodybuilder needs help to compete at World Championships in France

GRAHAMSTOWN resident, born, bred and schooled, Asaphila Zani has been selected to be part of the South African Natural Bodybuilding team to compete in...

Proteas smash Bangladeshis in most one-sided ODI in history

Quinton de Kock and Hashim Amla won the most one-sided match in limited overs history for South Africa in Kimberley on Sunday. In the process‚...

Lions coach De Bruin surprised at how Western Province easily beat...

He was most pleased with his team’s latest win which resulted in qualification for the Currie Cup semi-finals‚ but Golden Lions coach Swys de...

Proteas to start 2019 World Cup journey in Kimberley

Bangladesh have never beaten South Africa in a match of any description in this country‚ a fact that seems unlikely to be made redundant...

Kowie Striders 27km runners face extreme winds in today’s race

And they are off! Runners hailing from clubs all over the Eastern Cape and further afield are currently facing extreme gale force winds while...

British student dresses up as a violin in race to help...

A student from Birmingham City University’s Royal Birmingham Conservatoire in the UK will this weekend attempt a Guinness World Record – running the fastest...

WATCH | Student wakeboards during monster KZN storm

An 18-year-old Durban student has ticked wakeboarding behind a car on the street‚ in the middle of a raging storm off his bucket list. Ibraheem...

WATCH | Durban diver ‘swims’ along flooded road

A 20-year-old diver managed to lift a few spirits during Tuesday's devastating storm by taking a “swim” along a flooded street‚ near the harbour...

St Andrew’s on the basketball court

ST ANDREW’S College took part in the Kearsney Basketball Tournament from Friday September 29 to Monday October 2. The school reported that the basketball festival...

St Andrew’s air rifle shooters get excellent results at competition

THE St Andrew’s College shooting team participated in the South African National Air rifle Shooting Competition in Douglas last weekend. The team of three, left...

LUNCH | Proteas closing in on series victory against Bangladesh in...

Struggling Bangladesh’s Mushfiqur Rahim soldiered on against medical advice after taking a blow on the helmet in the second Test in Bloemfontein on Sunday. The...

Difficult to gauge Boks’ progress this season because they were wildly...

The Springboks put in a better performance against the All Blacks at Newlands and recorded only two losses in the Rugby Championship‚ but still...

Nemato Golf Club making big swings

Developing youth a priority for township club THE Nemato Golf Club celebrated holding a big tournament at the Royal Port Alfred Golf Club (RPAGC) on...

NSRI SPRING TIDE WARNING

  NATIONAL SPRING TIDE SAFETY WARNING: The Full Moon Spring Tide, which peaked last night, 05 October, will result in the normal Spring Tide conditions around the...

Country Club celebrates local sport achievers

GOLDEN BOYS: It was a great week for the Port Alfred Cricket Club who honoured three of their members for various achievements. From left,...

Le Clos takes double gold in Doha

Chad Le Clos produced his trademark kick on the final lap to exact revenge on American Tom Shields and clinch the 200m butterfly gold...

Houston brothers taking 2017 Fish in their stride

THE brother pairing of Alan and Andrew Houston will once again team up for the 2017 Fish River Canoe Marathon and as is their...

Nemato Golf Club tournament a huge success

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Tallying up the score for the Nemato Golf Club's tournament at the Royal Port Alfred Golf Club on Sunday. There were prizes galore for...

Eastern Areas bowls – a good showing at the inter bowls...

The full Eastern Areas Bowls team that competed at the inter-district bowls tournament over the weekend, held at the Kowie Bowls Club. Despite a valiant effort, Eastern...

Kenton local inspires youngsters

NEW to the Kenton Runners Club is Kenton local, Vuyisani Nobi, who runs time trials with the new club when he isn't working, is...

Going above and beyond

A close encounter with a pride of crouched desert lions in a dry river bed could have signalled a messy end to East London...