Thirty-five years after first receiving her Springbok colours, the legendary Blanche Moila, recipient of the 2018 gsport Ministerial Recognition Award, reflects on her extraordinary journey in sport
Nominations for the 14th annual gsport Awards were from Friday, 19 April until midnight, Friday, 14 June 2019, and are now closed
A passion for sport is a full circle, gsport member and South African 2014 Youth Olympics Ambassador Rabi Mpete blogs about how it all started for her, and what it takes to work at SASCOC on delivering Team South Africa.
Chief Director of Sport at Stellenbosch University and President of USSA, Ilhaam Groenewald writes on the factors that contribute towards under-representation of women in sport, and strategies to respond for a changing world
University of Johannesburg official Nomsa Mahlangu has been recognised for her contribution to varsity sport by being elected president of the Federation of African University Sports.
Development is the focus as selectors name the SPAR South Africa indoor hockey squad to play two tests against international debutants Botswana, and five against Zimbabwe, at Danville Park Girls School starting 28 May.
With the benefit of her 15-year journalism career in print and printed media, Titanium Media SA proprietor and gsport member Sheetal Cross shares 6 tips which will help empower budding women entrepreneurs to tap into mainstream media resources.
Poppy Ntshongwana becomes the first female stadium announcer of the Wanderers Stadium on Sunday. Here the former 5FM presenter blogs about her love of cricket.
In the second of her account in three parts of a woman in a male-dominated sport, Selina Munsamy talks about getting on after her biggest supporter – her mom – passed on.
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.