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Ashun Wu snatches one shot lead after third round at Dubai Desert Classic golf

China’s Ashun Wu snatched a one shot lead after the third round at the Dubai Desert Classic golf tournament. Wu goes into the final day with a slew of golfers in hot pursuit. Wu was off to a flyer in his round; holing an eagle at the first which set the tone for a well-played 

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(N)SABC, SASCOC partner for Tokyo Olympics

The South African Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee (SASCOC) will send its biggest team since the 2008 Beijing Olympics, to the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games. The preparations for this year’s Games have started in earnest exactly six months before the opening ceremony. But the biggest challenge that SASCOC is facing is sponsorship for its team 

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Out of court settlement possible in Etzebeth’s racism case : SAHRC

The South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) in the Western Cape says there is a possibility of an out of court settlement in the alleged racist assault case of Springbok rugby star, Eben Etzebeth. The case will proceed to the Equality Court after Etzebeth’s lawyers withdrew a review application in the High Court in Pretoria 

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Serena Williams knocked out of Australian Open

Serena Williams is out of the Australian Open. The 8th seed and 23-time Grand Slam champion was beaten in three sets by China’s Wang Qiang. Also out is Caroline Wozniacki, who was beaten by Tuinisia’s Ons Jabeur, in what turned out to be the last match of her illustrious career. Wang played Williams in the 

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Nienaber new Boks coach, but Erasmus will have ‘hands-on’ role

Jacques Nienaber was named as the new head coach of World Cup winners the Springboks on Friday, but director of rugby Rassie Erasmus will still have a “hands-on” role, including sitting in the coaches’ box on match day. Nienaber, 47, has been elevated from his position as defence coach and takes over the day-to-day management 

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SuperSport United’s Khulu Sibiya heaps praise on Mosimane

SuperSport United chairperson Khulu Sibiya has paid tribute to Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso “Jingles” Mosimane. He says Mosimane is a diligent and committed coach. SuperSport gave the young Mosimane his first coaching job back in 2001 where he stayed until 2007.  He was only 37-years old at that time. Sibiya explains how the late Thomas 

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