Being unveiled as the 2015 Sports Journalist of the Year at the Gauteng Sports Awards has rewarded years of hard work for ANN 7’s Game ON! sports show Executive Producer and Host, Mahreen Chenia
If you were to meet Bridgitte Hartley, she may describe herself as an optimistic blonde with a flair for sport. What she won’t readily tell you is that in 2012, she made history at the Olympics when she bagged bronze in the K1 500m final. It was South Africa’s first ever canoeing Olympic medal, and Hartley’s […]
Cycling South Africa is calling all women who are interested in attending the next Sport Director (DS) course, which will be held at the UCI World Cycling Centre in Aigle, Switzerland in November, to submit their applications.
SA Hockey legend Marsha Cox announces her retirement from international competition in a tearful but proud exit at the 2015 SPAR gsport Awards
SPAR Proteas stalwart, Zanele Mdodana, has announced her retirement from international netball after dedicating over a decade, playing at the highest level.
Top women in sport laud Portia Modise as she hangs up her boots
SASCOC unveils its Women and Sport Commission in historic first public working group session at SASCOC House in Houghton
SARU launches a new programme to boost women’s rugby in South Africa, and increase participation through the development of Youth Training Centres at selected provincial unions.
SPAR Proteas defender Phumza Maweni joins SA skipper Maryka Holtzhausen at UK Netball Superleague team Loughborough Lightning
Benny Saayman replaces Elize Kotze at Netball SA, her appointment as Head Coach of the SPAR Proteas together with assistants Dr Elsje Jordaan and Martha Mosoahle for the team’s 2015 Netball World Champs campaign in August.
Two-time Olympian Kate Roberts retires from international competition, sets about launching Elite Junior Triathlon academy at the HPC
Former SPAR Proteas netball head coach Elize Kotze has handed in her resignation, citing trying personal circumstances