Cape Town - It's the weekend!
But the sporting world never sleeps, so hang on tight and be sure to watch these FOUR events!
1. Rugby World Cup Sevens
We're in San Francisco for the Rugby World Cup Sevens!
South Africa have never won the tournament, but the odds might be in our favour this year...
The Springbok Sevens women's side have a point to prove, as they'll be hoping to improve on their Commonwealth Games showing.
Meanwhile, the Blitzboks are favourites after securing the 2017/18 World Rugby Sevens Series title.
Click here to keep up to date with the Blitzboks and all the Sevens action
2. Open Championship
It's the third Major of the year!
All eyes will be on the biggest names in golf as they hit the links at Carnoustie.
Will Jordan Spieth defend his title and lift the famed Claret Jug?
Or will any of the 12 South Africans in the field make their mark on the biggest stage in golf?
It's a must-watch this weekend.
Click here for the latest news from the Open Championship
3. Proteas v Sri Lanka
The Proteas are in deep trouble in Sri Lanka as they trail the two-match Test series 1-0.
Faf du Plessis and his men were troubled by the Sri Lankan spinners in the first Test and heading into Colombo, the South African batsmen will hope to restore their reputations.
Can the Proteas bounce back and level the series?
Play gets under way at 06:30 SA time.
Click here for the latest news on the Proteas tour to Sri Lanka
4. Super Rugby
We've reached the quarter-final stage of this year's Super Rugby and there are some mouth-watering fixtures to keep you entertained on Saturday.
We first travel to Christchurch, where the defending champion Crusaders take on our very own Sharks (09:35 SA time).
Then we're in Sydney as the Waratahs battle the Highlanders (12:05 SA time) and we end off in Johannesburg, where the Lions take on the Jaguares at Ellis Park (15:05 SA time).
Who will reign supreme? Will we see any upsets? All these questions and more will be answered on Sport24...
Click here for all your latest Super Rugby news
Notable mentions include the German Grand Prix, IAAF Diamond League and the Tour de France.