Mbalula reveals R10bn sport development plan - 24 May 2013
Sport and Recreation Minister Fikile Mbalula, has revealed that the National Sport and Recreation Plan (NSRP) will cost the nation up to R10 billion. read more
The extent of the cost of failing to re-establish a club in Europe, despite heavy investment, has been revealed after Liverpool FC on Monday announced its debts had risen by a third to £87.2 million, while losses of £40.5 million were accumulated during the 2011/12 season. read more
Arsenal FC has announced a profit of £17.8 million (R238.5m) in the club's latest half-yearly results, achieved effectively by the sale of Robin van Persie to Manchester United, with cash reserves also up £7 million (R93.8m) to £123.3 million (R1.6bn). read more
Tottenham Hotspur FC has announced a loss of £4.3m (R60.5m) for the 2011/12 financial year, after missing out on Champions League football. Club revenue was down 12% while profit from operations dropped to £23m (R323.9m) from £38m (R535.1m). read more
A report by the South African Government on the 2010 FIFA World Cup has outlined the costs and benefits of hosting the tournament, claiming that it has created an intangible legacy. The report has raised expectations that SA may bid for the 2024 Olympics and Paralympics. read more
As Tiger Woods and current world number one Rory McIlroy prepared to face-off in their unique one-day exhibition match in China today, they reached the first tee safe in the knowledge that they are both already winners, after their appearance fees were reported in the media. read more
UKA has released the names of athletes who will be receiving support from the World Class Performance Programme for 2013, with a number of Olympic and Paralympic performers elevated to top level funding following successful Games performances. read more
Organisers of the Champions League Twenty20 tournament (CLT20) has confirmed that no Cricket South Africa staff will receive bonuses for hosting the competition – with tournament director Naasei Appiah adding: ‘We don't receive bonuses for running events.’ read more
Tennis players have welcomed the news that prize money for the Australian Open will rise by Aus$4m, but Novak Djokovic was warned that the fight for a greater share of revenues is not over, as lower-ranked players continue to struggle paying their own way. read more
Arsenal Football Club has announced it has doubled its profits for the financial year ending May 2012, thanks in large to the sale of star players such as Cesc Fabregas and Samir Nasri – and Arsenal chief executive Ivan Gazidis has insisted the club will continue to follow a financially responsible strategy. read more
You have just got to get them to the point where they really hate you. When you get to that point you sometimes make them think about something else -- a split second of concentration lapse that could give you a wicket.
New Zealand's Neil Wagner speaks of his bowling techniques ahead of the second test against England.