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Team South Africa to various global multi-coded sporting events with immediate effect and continuing through to Rio 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games...As the national flag carrier, we are proud to be associated with this national initiative and our
Bulgaria's Tabak Market, owner of the Lafka kiosk chains has a new owner as of end of March, reports Capital Daily, quoting the annual report of Bulgartabak Holding. Details around the deal are not clear neither who bought it, nor for how much.
The South African Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee (Sascoc) president Gideon Sam and Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula said athletics, cricket, football, netball and rugby are falling behind with transformation and development. Sam said an
Along with the cheers, Canadian medallists returning from the Olympics in Sochi were also greeted with something else cold hard cash. The Canadian Olympic Committee (COC) paid gold medallists $20,000, silver medallists $15,000 and bronze medallist $
A senior Italian IOC member criticized the United States on Wednesday for including openly gay athletes in its official delegation for next month's Sochi Olympics. "It's absurd that a country like that sends four lesbians to Russia just to
Reg Sanday said they had established a committee to look at options to acquire new facilities to house its nationalfFederations. "The committee, headed by Tony Philp Sr. will be looking at various property options for boosting sports development and
Lords report warns of faltering Olympic legacy A major parliamentary report into the London 2012 Olympics warns that the prospect of an "effective and robust" legacy from the Games is in jeopardy unless there is a change in government approach.
Comments Save to mystar Share on Facebook Featured Video Close More Video Canadians are getting their first glimpse of the styles that the country's Olympic athletes will be sporting in Sochi. Official outfitter Hudson's Bay Co. unveiled the Canadian
South Africa's national swimming coach, Graham Hill, says he is partly to blame for the country not having world class female swimmers. This comes after top men's performer, Cameron van der Burgh, claimed that the country's female swimmers are not
Only a good samaritan with deep pockets can help Athletics SA (ASA) out of its financial woes, says SA Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee (Sascoc) president Gideon Sam. "What we need is a good samaritan to come in and once you've done that