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Ambitious Para Powerlifter Mbasa Qiligele Targets Paralympic Games

Ambitious Para Powerlifter Mbasa Qiligele Targets Paralympic Games

With her eyes on making it to the Paralympic Games one day, Gqeberha-born para powerlifter Mbasa Qilingele prepares for Commonwealth Paraplegic Games in Birmingham this August
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Laykin Rudolph Believes in the Power of Social Media to Gain Sponsorship

Laykin Rudolph Believes in the Power of Social Media to Gain Sponsorship

Versatile sport content producer, Laykin Rudolph, believes in the power of social media to assist athletes and their careers to boost personal branding. She chats to Celine Abrahams about guiding UWC rugby players to positively position themselves for future sponsorship deals.
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New Horizons for Acclaimed Football Coach Nthabeleng Modiko

New Horizons for Acclaimed Football Coach Nthabeleng Modiko

Lauded for her successes coaching Wits FC for the past three seasons, Nthabeleng Modiko – who has agreed terms with an as-yet unnamed Hollywoodbets Super League side – talks about her ambitions of producing quality national- and international stars. #GoGirls

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Carina Horn Completes Successful Return at ASA Grand Prix 3

Carina Horn Completes Successful Return at ASA Grand Prix 3

South African sprinter Carina Horn makes a successful return to the track at the Athletics South Africa Grand Prix 3 event at the NWU McArthur Stadium in Potchefstroom.
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Campaigns That Fuelled #CWC22

Campaigns That Fuelled #CWC22

Following a thrilling conclusion with Australia confirmed as emphatic winners of the 2022 ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup in New Zealand, we take a closer look at the marketing campaigns that fuelled interest in women’s cricket and the World Cup itself.
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