Springbokkaptein, predikant, ambassadeur, kabinetsminister, wereldreisiger, filosoof, gesinsman, kunsliefhebber. Dit was en is die wereld van dr. Dawie de Villiers, een van Suid-Afrika se ikone wat vir dekades sy land op vele terreine met groot onderskeiding gedien het.
Follow the authoritative text charting the rise of the club from its origins of its founding father Gus Mears acquiring the Stamford Bridge athletic stadium to their scaling the top of English football.
Divided Country explains how segregation and apartheid became entrenched in a unique way in cricket in South Africa between 1915 and the 1950s. While the rest of the cricket world increasingly rubbed out old dividing lines, South Africa reinforced them until seven different South Africas existed at the same time in cricket.
Mtutuzeli Nyoka grew up loving and playing the game of cricket. In 2008, he was appointed as the President of Cricket South Africa (CSA), a position he held until October 2011 when, after a protracted battle with the CSA board, he was dismissed.
Chai tea and ginger beer, the brand-new sport biography by Deborah Kirsten, wife of international cricketing start, Gary Kirsten, tells her story, Gary’s story and their story in an honest but entertaining way. It is the story of Deborah’s unexpected journey...cricket, family and beyond.
The world of the international rugby referee has always been a closely guarded secret … until now. As a Durban schoolboy, Jonathan watched rugby at Kings Park every Saturday, dreaming of the day he would represent his country.