Lonmin calls report on ''Marikana massacre'' a ''vital'' step in healing

South African platinum producer Lonmin on Thursday called the findings of an investigation into a 2012 police killing of 34 miners near its mine a "vital step in the healing process."

South African arrested in Delhi in cheating case

A South African has been arrested by Delhi Police for allegedly duping an Andhra Pradesh farmer of Rs 6 lakh.

South African arrested in cheating case

A South African has been arrested by Delhi Police for allegedly duping an Andhra Pradesh farmer of Rs 6 lakh.

'Sudan`s Bashir arrives in Khartoum from South Africa'
'Sudan`s Bashir arrives in Khartoum from South Africa'

Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir arrived in Khartoum from Johannesburg Monday, an AFP correspondent said, after a court ordered him not to leave as it decided whether to arrest him over alleged war crimes.

AB de Villiers the `role model` for England`s Jos Buttler
AB de Villiers the `role model` for England`s Jos Buttler

 Jos Buttler said AB de Villiers was his "role model" but insisted he`d a long way to go to match the standards of the South African star despite a dazzling hundred against New Zealand at Edgbaston on Tuesday.

Jacques Kallis hails Gautam Gambhir as one the most valuable players in IPL
Jacques Kallis hails Gautam Gambhir as one the most valuable players in IPL

Former South African all-rounder Jacques Kallis hailed Gautam Gambhir as one of the most valuable players in the Indian Premier League. They were part of the Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) team which won the 2014 IPL title. Now, Kallis will work as a mentor to the team, while Gambhir continues as the skipper.

South Africa`s Kevin Anderson battles into Houston semis
South Africa`s Kevin Anderson battles into Houston semis

Kevin Anderson survived a five-hour rain delay to clinch a berth in the semi-finals of the US Clay Court Championships with a grueling 7-5, 6-7 (6/8), 7-6 (7/3) win over Jeremy Chardy.

I only needed to make the best use of the conditions: Morne Morkel
I only needed to make the best use of the conditions: Morne Morkel

Having bagged the man of the match with impressive figures of 2/18 in the eighth Indian Premier League lung opener, South African pacer Morne Morkel says he only had to make the best use of the favourable conditions at the Eden Gardens.

Johan Botha says he is ready for IPL
Johan Botha says he is ready for IPL

Surprised at the call up, Kolkata Knight Riders' South African recruit Johan Botha, who was brought in as replacement for injured Aussie Chris Lynn, on Saturday said he's fresh after a three-week break and ready for the rigours of IPL-8 cricket tournament.

Dale Steyn praises firefighters for saving Cape Town home
Dale Steyn praises firefighters for saving Cape Town home

South African spearhead Dale Steyn praised firefighters who saved his Cape Town mountain home from the devastating flames which have engulfed one of the country's most popular tourist destinations.

Retief Goosen moves two ahead at tricky Riviera
Retief Goosen moves two ahead at tricky Riviera

South African veteran Retief Goosen survived a trying time on the back nine in tough scoring conditions at the Northern Trust Open to stretch his lead to two shots after the third round on Saturday.

Barry Richards wants ICC to legalise ball tampering to make cricket more even
Barry Richards wants ICC to legalise ball tampering to make cricket more even

The old game of bat and ball has taken a tectonic shift with the arrival of bigger, fatter willows. When such bats are used as hammers, there's no proverbial cover for poor bowler. This has been the popular narrative so far, let alone the occasional hues and cries over ball tampering.

Court battle over South African child's Hindu-Muslim surname

A legal battle over a South African child's surname between his Hindu father and Muslim mother is being seen as a challenge aimed at changing the country's legislation regarding children born out of wedlock.

In-form Aussies chase fifth Cricket World Cup
In-form Aussies chase fifth Cricket World Cup

Australia are peaking at the right time for a crack at their fifth World Cup triumph and will go into next month`s tournament at home on top of the rankings.

Jacques Kallis says Gurinder Sandhu ready for international cricket
Jacques Kallis says Gurinder Sandhu ready for international cricket

South African cricket great Jacques Kallis said his Sydney Thunder teammate Gurinder Sandhu, who was drafted into Australia's One-Day International (ODI) squad for the tri-series against England and India, had proven he possessed the skills required to perform at the international level.

Leander Paes enters Chennai Open 2nd round with straight sets win
Leander Paes enters Chennai Open 2nd round with straight sets win

Indian tennis veteran Leander Paes, teaming up with South African Ravfen Klaasen, on Tuesday made a winning start to his Chennai Open doubles campaign, notching up a comfortable straight sets victory in the first round.

Leander Paes to team up with South African doubles ace Raven Klaasen for 2015 season
Leander Paes to team up with South African doubles ace Raven Klaasen for 2015 season

Top South African doubles tennis player Raven Klaasen has revealed that he has teamed up with Indian doubles icon and former world number one Leander Paes for next year.

Bouncer should not be outlawed: Allan Donald
Bouncer should not be outlawed: Allan Donald

South African pace legend Allan Donald has called on cricket bosses not to consider banning bouncers as they revisit safety in the sport in the wake of the tragic death of Australian cricketer Philip Hughes.

Indian-origin radiographer elected ISRRT President

A South African Indian-origin radiographer has been elected as the president of the International Society of Radiographers and Radiological Technologists (ISRRT).

South African school kids hospitalised after being fed glass

At least 66 South African children have been hospitalised after eating school lunches tainted with crushed glass and stones, education officials said today.