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Latest South Africa Items
Australia will be returning for its third consecutive World Cup with its toughest assignment to date - Group B matches against defending champion Spain, 2010 finalist Netherlands and Chile.
Australia departs for the World Cup with a new coach and a revamped squad. And with many pundits giving the Socceroos barely any chance of success in Brazil.
The official World Cup song is definitely striking a chord - the wrong one with many in host country Brazil.
A group of top-flight footballers in South Africa could face a disciplinary inquiry after a photograph showing them posing naked in the showers with a trophy appeared on social media.
Australia's last home game before the World Cup threatens to be undermined after 11 out of 18 players withdrew from South Africa's initial traveling squad for the friendly in Sydney next week.
Oscar Pistorius to start psychiatric evaluation on Monday, murder trial postponed to June 30 .
Sixteen people from several states and other countries have been arrested on charges that they took part in a fraud that used stolen information to get money and goods and then ship them to South Africa and Nigeria, according to documents unsealed in federal court Tuesday.
Oscar Pistorius will start a period of psychiatric evaluation at a government institution next week, a judge ruled on Tuesday as she postponed the star athlete's murder trial until June 30.
Anti-doping officials said Friday they would consider appealing a four-month suspension for South Africa midfielder Josta Dladla on the basis it is too lenient after he tested positive for the banned stimulant methylhexaneamine.