A bullish SABC is going to war over the rights to broadcast national soccer team's matches live. SABC chief operations officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng held a meeting with the SA Football Association yesterday at which Bafana Bafana TV rights were discussed.

It was reported on Sunday that Safa had sold the rights to newcomer Siyaya TV.

After the meeting, Motsoeneng alleged on Metro FM that Safa had denied all the comments attributed to its spokesman, Dominic Chimhavi, and to its CEO

THE 2014-15 Premier Soccer League (PSL) season officially kicks off this weekend with the MTN8 quarterfinals, set to be followed by the first round of Absa Premiership league action just a week later.

However, there are several notable players who are very much in limbo – either uncertain of their future with their current club or even out of contract and looking to be picked up as free agents.

The player with the biggest question mark hanging over him is Kaizer Chiefs striker

Oscar Pistorius has finally managed to sell the house in which he killed his girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp.

The house has been sold to a Boksburg mining consultant for R4.5m, YOU magazine reported on Thursday.

The four-bedroom luxury home in Silverwoods Country Estate in Pretoria was bought by Louwtjie Louwrens who apparently intends to rent it out. Pistorius said during his bail application that the house was worth R5m.

Steenkamp was shot dead on Valentine’s Day in

South African coach Ephraim 'Shakes' Mashaba has been appointed head coach of Bafana Bafana, the SA Football Association (Safa) announced on Saturday.

"As we speak Shakes Mashaba is the senior national team's coach," Safa president Danny Jordaan told reporters at Safa House in Nasrec, Soweto.

"We ask for patience from the public and the media. Let us watch Shakes grow into this role."

Mashaba, 63, replaces outgoing boss Gordon Igesund, whose contract, which runs until the end

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