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Cape Town, March 2015 – The SA Institute for Drug-Free Sport (SAIDS) announced that the Springbok Rugby Legends will be cycling for the I Play Fair team by for one of South Africa’s largest sporting events, the 2015 Cape Town Cycle Tour, which will be taking place on the 8th March 2015. SAIDS CEO Khalid Galant has reiterated the importance... Read More

Cape Town, – Martinique Potgieter, who finished ninth in the women’s category of the 2014 Comrades Marathon, has pleaded guilty to a doping offence and accepted a two year ban. Proceedings were delayed in 2014 after the athlete requested more time to determine the sources of her positive dope test. The diuretic Furosemide and the stimulant Phentermine were found in... Read More

Western Province Rugby have released a statement confirming that lock Gerbrandt Grobler had tested positive for a banned substance during the 2014 Absa Currie Cup tournament. The 23-year old Grobler signed an admission of guilt after choosing not to contest the case against him and, thus accept, the sanctions and punishment (a two-year ban) handed down to him for testing positive... Read More

Johannesburg – Two pupils of the Dr EG Jansen High School in Boksburg, on Johannesburg’s East Rand, will appear before a disciplinary hearing after being caught in possession of steroids, Netwerk24 reported on Wednesday. Principal Leon de Beer called the police to arrest the two boys, aged 16 and 17, on the school premises. The school’s governing body decided to suspend... Read More