Graeme Joffe on the trail of major financial irregularities, which one insider believes “could bring SA Rugby to its knees”.
Should we be surprised at what happened to Gerhard Zandberg at the FINA World Champs? Probably not says Graeme Joffe.
Graeme Joffe fondly recalls his once-in-a-lifetime round of 92 at Augusta National - and his initiation drinks...
Sascoc get put in their place by the IAAF with regards the ASA dispute and look what happens, writes Graeme Joffe.
It’s created one of the biggest media frenzies in South Africa, but will we ever get the truth about Oscar Pistorius, asks Graeme Joffe.
SASCOC CEO Tubby Reddy is playing the blame game and trying to silence all those who tell the truth, says Graeme Joffe.
Graeme Joffe has had no reply from Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula, but has even more pertinent questions for SASCOC.
Graeme Joffe is amazed how SASCOC president Gideon Sam can keep on lying - and get away with it.
It's with utter disgust, sadness, anger, yet no surprise, that Graeme Joffe shares what transpired with the SASCOC elections.
The SASCOC AGM at the weekend was a sad day for South African sport and a “X” for fair and free elections, writes Graeme Joffe.
There was plenty of gravy on the red carpert, says Graeme Joffe, who sat through the recent SA Sports Awards - on TV.
SA sport is in deep trouble and "three lies" should be a strike out for SASCOC president Gideon Sam and his cronies, says Graeme Joffe.
The sooner SA Rugby answer the questions posed, the sooner the Lions/Kings saga can be put to bed, writes Graeme Joffe.
Are too many media platforms in bed with corrupt SASCOC-type organisations, asks Graeme Joffe.
We may never get answers from SASCOC, laments Graeme Joffe, who offers more unfortunate questions to ponder...
Graeme Joffe takes a hard look at whether the "Fat Cats" at SASCOC should be running sport in South Africa.
Graeme Joffe on the punishment handed down to SA swim star Gerhard Zandberg for 'breaking' team protocol.
Graeme Joffe promises to fight for SA’s athletes who are without a voice and deserve better from our national Olympic body.
Graeme Joffe pens an open letter to Sascoc CEO Tubby Reddy following the latest IAAF and ASA revelations.
SASCOC got their way impeaching ASA president James Evans, but so many questions still need to be asked, says Graeme Joffe.
Graeme Joffe credits Puma for ending their SAFA sponsorship and wishes SASCOC sponsors would follow suit...
Graeme Joffe puts forward a horde of questions in an open letter to SA Minister of Sport, Fikile Mbalula.
Incredible how the Proteas keep marching on, despite the woeful "band" that keeps playing in the background, says Graeme Joffe.
Ho, Ho, Ho... Graeme Joffe pens a Christmas poem dedicated to the South African Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee.
Graeme Joffe writes an open letter to SASCOC president Gideon Sam on the eve of his re-election to the role.
There was so much ra-ra-ra at the SARU indaba, Graeme Joffe wonders if there was enough time for tea and koekies...
The SA Rugby Union should call "time out" and take a good look at themselves in the mirror, writes Graeme Joffe.
When the questions get tough and uncomfortable, SA Rugby bosses take the 5th amendment, writes Graeme Joffe.
Graeme Joffe pays an emotional tribute to SA boxing legend Corrie Sanders, who was senselessly killed over the weekend.
Graeme Joffe responds to SASCOC CEO Tubby Reddy's latest column, penned by Mark Keohane...
Graeme Joffe takes a closer look at Sascoc's Durban July spend - when so many SA athletes are crying out for financial aid.
The real fight is now on after Sascoc made their intentions clear to sue Graeme Joffe - who will not give up without a fight.
SA sport is in massive trouble as millions of rands continue to get wasted by selfish, gravy train administrators, says Graeme Joffe.
Saturday's ASA meeting will raise issues about the politics, hidden agendas and the real reason for the gathering, says Graeme Joffe.
Who is the real Oscar Pistorius? Graeme Joffe asks whether he ever received the professional help he clearly needed.
Graeme Joffe is sickened how SASCOC continue to spend while the majority of SA sporting codes and athletes are suffering.
SASCOC elections fixed, Bafana Bafana friendlies fixed... What’s next for SA sport, asks Graeme Joffe.
Graeme Joffe suggests SASCOC could face possible suspension from the IOC following the election of tainted officials.
Graeme Joffe doesn't think the Lions could've handled the John Mitchell case any worse and have opened themselves up for introspection.
Another Rugby Transformation Indaba? That’s all SARU ever seem to do - have meetings about meetings, writes Graeme Joffe.
It's a start. SARU have responded to Graeme Joffe's questions... but their answers have led to even more uncertainty and confusion.
Graeme Joffe questions SARU's involvement and motives in the farcical Lions/Kings debacle ahead of next year's Super Rugby.
Graeme Joffe highlights the unfortunate case of a 14-year-old SA table tennis star whose career has been stymied by SASCOC.
Graeme Joffe delves deeper into the SASCOC administrational "mess" and issues an open letter to its president, Gideon Sam.
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