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Daily sports wrap: Cosatu's unethical attack on Mallett

2017-10-04 18:30

Cape Town - Sport24 produces - get this - over 100 articles a day...

So naturally there'll be a few articles that even our most ardent readers will miss.

On the off chance you are one of those, here are our top FOUR stories that might have slipped your browser feed today!

1. STAR-STUDDED ST ANDREWS LINE -UP

It's the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship this week.

Several South Africans will be hitting the links, but all eyes will be on last year's runner-up Richard Sterne who is determined to achieve a longstanding dream at 'The Home of Golf'.

Click here to read who else will play at St. Andrews this week

2. NEWLANDS, THE SPRINGBOKS HAVE A SNIFF

The Springboks have a tough task when they face the All Blacks in their Rugby Championship Test at a New Zealand-friendly Newlands.

But do the Springboks have ANY chance to defeat the world's best?!

According to columnist Mark Keohane, a lack of desire could halt Steve Hansen's men at Newlands.

Click here to read Keohane's reasoning

3. AB, DUMINY BACK FOR PROTEAS

The Proteas will look to make amends in their one-day performances after their disastrous run of form in England.

The return of former Proteas skipper AB de Villiers and recently Test retired JP Duminy will boost new skipper Faf du Plessis options in the three-match series against the Bangladesh.

Click here to see the one-day team

4. COSATU ARE MISSING THE POINT

Cosatu, who are demanding that all Springbok Tests should be broadcasted live on SABC, claimed that former Springbok coach Nick Mallett is racist and must be sacked from SuperSport.

Sport24's Lloyd Burnard says that Cosatu's threat to picket the Springboks v All Blacks game this weekend has merit, but their delivery was poor.

Click here to read Burnard's column

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