Sazi Hadebe is passionate about writing about SA football and has done it for more than 20 years. He's the former editor of Isolezwe (between 2012 and early 2016). Other than football, he follows almost all other sports and local news and events around the world. He's in his second stint as football writer at the Sunday Times and was part of the the team that broke the Operation Dribble story, a referee scandal in SA football, in 2004. The story won him an SAB Sports Award, alongside Kgomotso Mokoena, in 2005.
November 1 2016 is a date Orlando Pirates diehards would like to forget.
Sibulele Holweni does everything with a broad, honest and absorbing smile.
November 1 2016 is a date Orlando Pirates diehards would like to forget. Not just for a moment, but forever.
The national team’s players need a lesson in self-motivation or their Afcon 2022 dream will become a nightmare
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The national women’s team need far better preparation for continental and global tournaments
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A seeming lack of local talent is seeing PSL clubs rely more and more on foreigners
Pressure, what pressure? Beef, what beef? Control, huh, what control?