Pages tagged with South Africa

An attempt to solve the mystery of the dwindling PSL match attendance.
A continued look into the history of the South African national football team with this installment focusing on South Africa's participation in the 1998 FIFA World Cup held in France under the tutelage of the peculiar Philippe "The Witch doctor" Troussier.
The sixth part of a series looking at the history of the South African national football team with this installment focusing on the team's exploits in AFCON '98 and the emergence of a future star.
The fifth part of a series focusing on the history of the South African national football team with this installment focusing on their exploits in the 1997 FIFA Confederations Cup.
A series looking back at the history of the South African national football team with this installment focusing on the Mandela Cup match against the then reigning FIFA World Cup winners, Brazil.
A continuation of a series focusing on the South African national football team with this installment looking back at Bafana's legendary win in the 1996 AFCON.
Part 2 of a series profiling the history of the South African national football team with a specific look at the lead up to their first international game since readmission.
Continuing the look back on South African football,the series will shift focus from the formative years of South African football and the readmission of the South African national team (Bafana Bafana) up till present day.
The eighth part of a series focusing on the history of South African football. In this installment, we focus on fans and their propensity to act out in a violent manner.
The tenth part of a series focusing on South African football. In this installment, we focus on the South African Football Association (SAFA).
The ninth part of a series focusing on the history of South African football. In this installment, we focus on the lead up to South Africa's readmission into international football.
Part 7 of a series focusing on the history of South African football. In this article we focus on the financial growth of the game beginning in the 80s.
Part 6 of a series exploring the evolution of South African football to its current state. In this part, we look at how the Soweto uprisings played a role in the formation of the new NPSL.
Part 5 of a series exploring how South African football came to its current state. In this part, we look at how Pirates expulsion from the NPSL led to the rise of the Phefeni Glamour Boys, Kaizer Chiefs.
The fourth part in a series looking back at the development of football in South Africa with the focus on why FIFA (and more specifically Sir Stanley Rous) chose to not expel FASA from FIFA despite it breaking anti - discriminatory laws and the resulting fallout from it.
Part three of a series profiling the history of football within South Africa. This part will focus on the development of football in the midst of Apartheid.
The second part into a series covering the 156 years of South African football. In this part, we take focus at the first inter-racial tournament in South African football and the formation of one of the biggest clubs in South Africa.
A series looking at the development of South African football/soccer over the past 156 years, beginning at the 19th century in its early days till the present day.
n 1297 the Grimaldis who had been forced from their castle home, Monaco by their rivals, the Spinola family, later entered into some teritorial alliances, that would enable them to take back Monaco forcibly. It was the turn of the Spinola family, to be bannished from the City. This i...
Lies, deception, war, demonic posessions, more lies and more evil and more deception and more Satanic possessions... such is everyday life at South Africa's universities.
Here I stand at the cardboard voting booth thingie. Well, it's not really a voting booth, but more of a cardboard desk with a flap in front for privacy. I like cardboard furniture. I wish I could have one of these. Ok let's see... I unroll the ballot papers.
Well, we are still at the voting station to vote at the South African elections 2014, but it seems the problems never end. From the voting station opening late, to their scanner not working, to Mother forgetting her identity document, to our names not being on the voters roll.
Voting... what's the bloody use? In the end, cadres of the ANC who run the "Independent Electoral Commission" (IEC) are going to work it so that the ANC "miraculously" wins by some insane majority. Oh well, I guess going to vote at least gives them something to do: Having to manipu...
So where were you when Nelson Mandela died? I was sleeping I think, or still watching TV, about to go to bed afterwards. Then broke the next morning...
Some time in the morning, a farm attack occurs on a neighbouring farm belonging to Danny Bascal. Five black men attack Danny with guns, one of the attackers being someone who used to work for him.
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