was re-launched on 17 August 2011 with sports coverage plus classified advertising for the first time in its 20-year history.
There are not thought to be any plans for a re-launch; however, Midweek Sport, Weekend Sport and Sunday Sport are still published by Sunday Sport (2011) Ltd.
Independent Media is the leading newspaper group in South Africa, publishing more than 30 daily and weekly newspapers in the country’s 3 major metropolitan areas.
All of the company’s newspaper titles – including the Cape Times, Cape Argus, The Mercury, The Star, Daily News and Pretoria News, among others – are constantly reviewed to ensure that they are strategically positioned to serve the needs of their readers and advertisers in clearly defined key markets.
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A feature of the paper was the classified advertisements, which in reality were a series of short advertisements for massage parlours and escort services across the country.
In October 2008, Pam Mc Vitie was appointed the first female editor of the Daily Sport.
Publication was suspended from 1 April 2011 after Sport Media Group ceased trading and was broken up by administrators.
The soccer crossword positioned in the back pages alongside the football journalists reports was unique in the fact that the clues were solely devoted to questions which related to the country's national game.
The compiler Thomas Trickett's service was selected because of his erudite nature of the game and was renowned throughout the English Football League grounds as his crosswords were included in the majority of soccer match day programmes throughout the 1990s.
The Daily Sport was a tabloid newspaper published in the United Kingdom by Daily Sport Ltd., which specialised in celebrity news and softcore pornographic stories and images.