If I weren’t here in South Africa, I’d probably be avidly watching the thrills and spills of the tennis at Wimbledon.
The head of the French Football Federation, Jean-Pierre Escalettes, announced Monday he is stepping down.
Thank heavens for the last 16 matches between England and Germany as well as Mexico v Argentina: they’ve given the tournament what we’ve really lacked, some good, old fashioned talking ...
With all of Africa behind them - or so they claim, anyway - Ghana surge into the quarter final. But spare a thought for the US, watched by former President Bill Clinton and ageing rocker Mick ...
Now the real drama begins with the knockouts. And Africa's big hope Ghana faces the US in a match of two teams who never say die.
Officials in Zimbabwe have named a Pakistani terror suspect arrested last Sunday trying to enter South Africa through Beitbridge border post.
With all the talk of the first World Cup in Africa etc etc, the irony is that only one of six African teams is through to the last 16.
French striker Nicolas Anelka has signed a one-year contract extension with Chelsea less than a week after being controversially sent home from the World Cup.
France has been almost traumatised by the dramatic failure of its national Football team at the World Cup in South Africa.
Ghana emulated their feats at the 2006 world cup by qualifying for the knockout stages of the tournament.