Cape Town -It's the weekend!
But the sporting world never sleeps, so hang on tight and be sure to watch these FOUR events (in no particular order)!
1. English Premiership
The English Premiership is here to keep us entertained.
We start off with a bang as Tottenham Hotspur look to secure the top four spot by edging a determined Arsenal on Saturday (14:30 SA time). Everton battle Crystal Palace (17:00 SA time) and log-leaders Manchester City face off former champions Leicester City (19:30 SA time).
On Sunday, the action continues as Huddersfield Town face off against Bournemouth (14:00 SA time), Newcastle United host Manchester United (16:15 SA time) and Southampton look to upset Liverpool at home (18:30 SA time).
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2. Winter Olympics
We're in PyeongChang for the much-anticipated Winter Olympics.
The world's best athletes will be on display in South Korea including alpine skier Connor Wilson, who is the sole South African athlete participating.
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3. Proteas v India, 4th ODI
We're at the Wanderers for the fourth of six ODIs.
The Proteas, who trail in the series 3-0, MUST win the 'Pink' ODI to stay alive in the one-day series.
Play on Saturday starts at 10:00.
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4. Six Nations
It's Week 2 of the annual Six Nations!
On Saturday, we kick things off with Ireland taking on Italy in Dublin (16:15 SA time), England battle against Wales at Twickenham (18:45 SA time).
We finish off this weekend's action on Sunday with the sole game between Scotland and France (17:00 SA time).
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Notable mentions include the Nedbank Cup and PRO14 (Cardiff Blues v Cheetahs - Saturday 21:35) and the Sunshine Tour's Eye of Africa PGA Championship.