Gamesmanship - South African style.
|May Day 1989 Culture Week Soccer Rally and Students Union Performance Tape III||
cultural performaces and speeches to commemorate MayDay held at Students Union, University of Natal.
|May Day 1989 Culture Week Soccer Rally Tape I||
MayDay Soccer Rally held at Curries Fountain.
|Theoria: a journal of studies in the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences No.74 1989|
|The Cricket Tour: Just Cricket or Just Not Cricket|
|The Aurora Cricket Club and South African Cricket Since Isolation|
|The Cricket Tour: The Rebels|
|Chapter fourteen: Sport and recreation|
|Chapter twelve: Sport|
|Chapter fourteen: Sport|
|Sports boycott: playing the game: some non-racial viewpoints on sport in South Africa|
|Sports boycott: a more agonized viewpoint|
|Bowling them over||
Donna Symmonds from Barbados in the West Indies is a world cass sports broadcaster. The SABC Invited her to be aguest broadcaster during the one day cricket series between South Africa, Pakistan and the West Indies. She talked toPearl MajoIa
|Women on the right track||
Athletics is becoming increasingly popular in South Africa. But men steal most of the limelight while women remain in the shadows. Cheryl Roberts looks at why so few black women toke part in athletics
|Women and sport: the long road ahead|
|A gold for Africa|
|From ballet dancer to body builder|
|Match of the year: the game that never kicked off|
|Marathon man Bruce explains THAT black armband|
|The cricketing mercenaries|