The 2019 CSA Women’s National Week in Bloemfontein saw the KwaZulu-Natal Coastal ladies team rise to the occasion as tournament giant-killers, aided by the emergence of two new golden arm bowlers in Nonkululeko Mlaba and Kiara Fisher.
Mind Sports SA has called for nominations to fill its Womens’ Desk position, and is looking for a woman who is concerned with promoting the rights of women and ensuring that all decisions, rules, and regulations conform with gender equity.
Selina Munsamy, a Cricket SA-accredited Scorer for KZN Cricket, a Tongaat Cricket Co-Opt Executive Member & KFC Mini Cricket Coordinator, tells her story in this first instalment of the experiences of an SA woman in sport.
Four years after winning the gsport Woman of the Year Award, Patricia Kambarami is charting a new way forward for African women’s cricket.
Seasoned sports broadcasting professional Keletso Totlhanyo appointed as General Manager of the iconic Comrades Marathon Association.
A 19-year-old BA student at UJ, sevens rugby star Voice Ndou is eager to secure a fulltime Blitzboks women’s team berth after a taste of the highest level at the HSBC Dubai Sevens tournament last December.
Former South African star Tsoanelo Pholo has been appointed as the women’s hockey coach at the University of Johannesburg.
Former Proteas women’s cricketer and rising cricket coach, Dinesha Devnarain, has been appointed assistant coach of the Powerade Women’s National Academy.
Global sports brand Nike has signed Banyana Banyana and Canberra United star, Refiloe Jane, in an exciting deal that will see the talented footballer proudly represent the Nike brand, both on and off the field.
University of Johannesburg Sports Events manager Niamh Faherty received recognition for her contribution to rowing when she was nominated for the Rowing SA administrator of the year award last month.
Banyana Banyana winger Leandra Smeda has been signed by top Swedish football club Vittsjő GIK for her second international signing in as many years.
Having been co-opted as Mind Sports South Africa President in July 2018, Amanda Pakade immediately set out to make a difference in the athlete’s lives – just as she does in the lives of all with whom she comes into contact.