First Nations reflect on Vancouver
Nov 27 at 15:57, SAST
Aiming for Gold explores the role of the First Nations people during the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics.
Snowboarders show off skills
Nov 27 at 16:50, SAST
Lack of snow hasn't stopped the chances of the Great Britain Freestyle team who practice their skills indoors.
Gay athlete's Sochi pledge
Nov 27 at 12:46, SAST
He's unlikely to break a world record or even win a medal but New Zealand's Blake Skjellerup is likely to generate plenty of headlines if he gets to February's Winter Olympics.
Bartoli blossoms in Monet garden
Nov 26 at 14:38, SAST
Is there no end to Marion Bartoli's talents? She is a grand slam tennis winner, but she has a prodigious intellect and is also an adept artist.
How Serena regained mojo?
Nov 29 at 19:15, SAST
It was, the premature obituaries proclaimed, the beginning of the end for Serena Williams. Down and out in Paris, she turned to a man who has not just revived her career -- but helped her become more dominant than ever before.
New man in Sharapova's life
Nov 25 at 11:12, SAST
There is a new man in Maria Sharapova's life. It's coach Sven Groeneveld.
Victory at last for McIlroy
Tuesday at 19:38, SAST
Rory McIlroy salvages his "frustrating year" with a dramatic victory in the Australian Open Sunday to shatter Adam Scott's hopes of completing his domestic triple crown.
McIlroy issues stress warning
Nov 27 at 16:11, SAST
Two-time major winner Rory McIlory has warned that as the global interest in sport increases, so will players have to deal with the type of stress-related illness that prompted England cricket Jonathan Trott to pull out of the Ashes tour.
World's best island greens
Nov 21 at 17:59, SAST
Island greens: Apple of every golfer's eye
Vonn's Thanksgiving gift
Sunday at 01:57, SAST
While millions of Americans were at home celebrating Thanksgiving Day, Lindsey Vonn was out on the slopes early doing what she loves most as she seeks to get over her latest injury setback.
Eskom to use plan B at Medupi if Alstom fails to deliver
Today at 10:18, SAST
Eskom could use another firm to work alongside Alstom if the latter does not install software for the Medpui plant's boilers on time, say reports.
ANC still insists Madonsela leaked Nkandla report
Yesterday at 18:39, SAST
Although the ANC is no longer accusing Thuli Madonsela of political motives, it maintains she is responsible for the Nkandla report leak.
Source: Mail & Guardian Online
Deadly attacks on Yemen ministry
Today at 10:59, SAST
A suicide car bomb followed by a gunbattle at Yemen's defence ministry have left at least 20 people dead and 37 injured, officials say.
Thailand king urges mutual support
Today at 09:35, SAST
Thailand's King Bhumibol Adulyadej urges people to support each other for the country, in a birthday address amid anti-government protests.
Source: BBC News
Central African Republic: UN-Backed Troops Set to Deploy in CAR
Today at 10:37, SAST
[allAfrica]Washington, DC -The United Nations Security Council is expected to vote on Thursday to approve UN intervention in the Central African Republic (CAR), giving African and French troops already in the country the go-ahead to deploy.
Central African Republic: Gunmen Kill At Least 12 Civilians
Today at 07:18, SAST
[VOA]The United Nations said unidentified gunmen have killed at least 12 civilians, including children, in the Central African Republic where security has been deteriorating since a March coup.
Source: All Africa