Africa InTouch News
Excellent Surf For Day 2 of the Billabong Junior Series
The second Semifinal in this division was a close affair, with Tide-Lee Ireland winning ahead of Reilly Mare.
Hoffman has a point to prove in Satellite Classic
The 110km feature event will see cyclists from around the country testing their fitness on a challenging route which includes the infamous Hekpoort climb.
Mostert makes his move at Reading
On a day when 27 players broke par, Mostert set the benchmark high.
Final Day Of The Billabong Junior Series
Max Elkington and Luke Slijpen took to the water to battle it out for event honours in the Pro Junior Men’s division.
North West makes some noise in SA IPT at Oubaai
North West showed their intent in their opening salvo when the team threw down the gauntlet with a strong start in the foursomes.
Toyota Warrior Crowns Its First South African OCR Champions
Responsible for bringing the OCR Championships to South Africa is Fritz Pienaar, CEO of Advendurance and the Warrior Company.
Oldest ultra-marathon to enjoy increased runner numbers
A total of 1 430 international entries were received and 554 from the rest of Africa.
New champ will be crowned in Madibaz Open
Madibaz squash manager Melissa Awu said this was an important event on the university’s sports calendar.
World Handicap System designed to welcome more golfers
The announcement is the latest step in a multi-year collaboration between The RA and the USGA.
SA players set for foreign invasion at Pecanwood
The international challenge is led by defending champion Edgar Catherine.