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.
University of Johannesburg star Amanda Mthandi is relishing the prospect of representing South Africa in the African Cup of Nations women’s soccer tournament, starting in Ghana on Saturday.
The South African Hockey Association has announced Robin van Ginkel as the new South African Women’s Hockey head coach, tasked with leading South Africa through to the 2022 Hockey World Cup.
The Proteas brought out their A-Game to win the final T20 international by three wickets and earn well-deserved come-from-behind series-levelling kudos away against the West Indies, just ahead of the ICC Women’s World T20 in November – also in the West Indies!
“I’m ready for my colours” – Read this hard-hitting personal account by rising para-cyclist Palesa Deejay Manaleng, who bravely concludes: “All I want to think about is national championships, and fighting for a spot in the team.”
Turning pro after a successful amateur record in development boxing under SASCOC, Thema Zuma is looking to establish herself boasting a favourable 5-1 record in six fights.
Before Banyana Banyana star Refiloe Jane jetted off across the oceans to join her new Australian football team, Canberra United, she made time to commit a few favourite memories to writing – Thank You, Refiloe, and Fare Thee Well! #GoGirls!
Seoposenwe and Motlhalo score to see tournament hosts South Africa beat Uganda 2-0 in their Thursday semifinal, to qualify for Saturday’s final against Cameroon in Nelson Mandela Bay
SASOL Emerging Athlete of the Year at the 2018 gsport Awards, double Commonwealth Games gold medallist Tatjana Schoenmaker says that we should be on the look-out for much more swimming talent coming over the horizon – good news for Swimming in SA! #WCW
After playing Varsity Netball from 2013 to 2016, Maties’ Juline van der Merwe (nee Rossouw) addressed this year’s eight teams with an inspirational talk featuring the fond memories she holds for the competition.