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Talent meeting opportunity at the root of development

Naas Botha & his love for a minority sport (in SA)


Bolt pushing the boundaries of human ability

‘I tried my best’ – Semenya

IAAF won’t dictate where Oscar runs – Team SA

Semenya lifts weight from her shoulders

Semenya wins, but misses qualifying time

Van Zyl upbeat after long journey


Meyiwa’s tragic death had a whole tawdry extra layer

All eyes on FNB Stadium as football, rugby & music share the stage

Former Vaal greats tapping into the reservoir of footballing talent in Sedibeng


Els proves he’s not of a bygone time



18-year-olds & seasoned veterans all in the race for SA hockey

SA hockey heads into 2017 without stalwart Mangisa

Cavemen give warning to other PHL hopefuls

Officials bring Olympic honour to SA hockey

UJ lift themselves to pick up 2nd successive title

Maties & Wits busy trying to catch top sides

Hockey is far from dying

Picture looks rosy for Northerns women’s hockey

Ruthless Southern Gauteng claim title in emphatic fashion

WP Peninsula ready for the move back to A Section

Hockey’s junior stars are talented & transformed

Stellar second day for Southern Gauteng teams

Remembering the base of the triangle

Bonnet opts for continuity and pace



Cameron & Chad win gold … and immense respect

Chad & Cameron put childhood habits aside in new lives

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    1 Corinthians 3:3 - "For while there is jealousy and strife among you, are you not of the flesh and behaving only in a human way?"

    One of my favourite U2 songs is a collaboration with Johnny Cash called The Wanderer, and it features the line "they say they want the kingdom, but they don't want God in it".
    Many people say they believe in God, but they don't experience his loving presence. They may be active in Christian work, but only if they have their way. If they cannot be leaders, they refuse to be involved.
    Because they refuse to allow God to fill their lives with his love, they remain weak and powerless.
    Spiritual maturity means developing a greater love for others.

    "When the love of Christ saturates you, immature attitudes such as pettiness, jealousy and strife are dissolved.
    "It is only when you have an intimate relationship with the Lord that you receive sufficient grace to rise above this immaturity and enjoy the solid food that the Holy Spirit gives you." - Solly Ozrovech, A Shelter From The Storm

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