Craig Lewis is a sports journalist and editor with over 10 years experience. He most recently served as a Group Sports editor at Highbury Media, which followed a three-year stint as the editor of SA Rugby magazine. Craig began his career in Durban where he worked in the sports department at Independent Newspapers for several years before making the move to the Mother City in 2015. He is an avid traveller, who has visited over 25 countries and also recently took up golf as a hobby - needless to say, it remains a serious work-in-progress.
Despite Kaizer Chiefs confirming they would not be able to play Golden Arrows on Wednesday, the home team still pitched up for ‘action’.
Legendary golf icon Tiger Woods will return to competition next week, playing alongside his 12-year-old son Charlie in the PNC Championship.
There were five Springboks named in the World Rugby Dream Team of the Year, with South Africa boasting more players than any other country.
Ospreys have stated that hooker Ifan Phillips has suffered ‘life-changing injuries’ following a serious motor bike collision.
South African former Test referee Tappe Henning has been appointed Head of Match Officials for the United Rugby Championship.
Lukhanyo Am is the highest-ranked Springbok in the top 20 players in world rugby currently, according to a reputable overseas publication.
Talented South Africa-born centre Jordan Venter has joined English Premiership side Bath with immediate effect.
Roc Nation Sports President Michael Yormark believes the South African sports industry needs to change, and needs to change drastically.
Pitso Mosimane has opened up about why he feels there are limited opportunity for coaches from Africa in Europe.
Although there were bigger offers on the table, Handre Pollard has revealed why he opted to join English club Leicester Tigers.
Bok flyhalf Handre Pollard has officially been unveiled as the latest recruit to join English club Leicester Tigers.
South Africa-born Munster coach Johann van Graan has emerged as the leading candidate to replace Bath’s director of rugby, Stuart Hooper.
Scarlets have forfeited their Champions Cup opener against Bristol as a result of the Covid-19 disruption faced in South Africa.
Al Ahly star Percy Tau has deservedly been named in the Egyptian Premier League Team of the Month for November.
Tottenham Hotspur could have to ask for their Premier League clash against Brighton to be postponed after a Covid-19 outbreak in camp.