The Story of Hassan Howa

Having devoted his life to non-racism in sports, Hassan Howa never gave up his dream that one day all children, regardless of class, colour or creed, would have the same sporting opportunities and an equal…


15 hours a day on a Ghost and a prayer

Cycling 1,500km from Pretoria to Cape Town might seem like a crazy idea, but it is all in a day’s work for social entrepreneur Lindsay van der Byl. Van der Byl embarked on the life-changing…


Rio a family affair for Wayde, Cheslin

17 July Distant cousins, world 400m champion Wayde van Niekerk and pocket-rocket Sevens player Cheslin Kolbe, will both be chasing silverware in their respective events at this year’s Rio Olympics. As primary schoolers the duo…



Golfer, Jamie-Lee Wins the Plate Division final

Congratulations to 17 year old Jamie-Lee Daniels for winning the Plate Division final at the Sanlam SA Women’s Amateur Championship at Ebotse. She plays for the Uitenhage Golf Club in the Eastern Cape. Jamie started…



Wayde Wins in Monaco

Congratulations to Wayde van Niekerk for once again finishing first in the 400m of the Monaco Diamond League meeting on Saturday. He clocked a winning time of 44.12, giving him a total of 20 points…


DCS Employees Wins Case Against Discrimination

Congratulations to the Department of Correctional Services employees who went to court after the department discriminated against them because they are Coloured. In 2012, the department refused to promote them despite the fact that they…


Cassidy gets a kick out of karate

by TAMLYNNE THOMPSON 06 Jul ’16 The adage that dymanite comes in small packages rings true when looking at Cassidy Williams, 11, a karate student from Portland. One would never guess that the tiny, soft-spoken…



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