Dr Johmari Logtenberg Finds New Success

Dr Johmari Logtenberg Finds New Success

In August 2003, a new women’s cricket star was born in South Africa. At the age of 14, Johmari Logtenberg became the second youngest Test player of all time, when she made her Test debut for the Proteas women’s cricket team. Logtenberg was a special all-round talent,...
Aussies Tour to South Africa Suspended

Aussies Tour to South Africa Suspended

Cricket Australia have announced that the tour to South Africa has been suspended until further notice due to the global coronavirus pandemic. The ODI matches were due to be played in Durban (March 22), Pietermaritzburg (March 25) and East London (March 28) and the...
Proteas Women Attract New Sponsorship in Momentum

Proteas Women Attract New Sponsorship in Momentum

The Proteas Women’s cricket team, currently on tour in New Zealand, and fresh off victory in the third T20I in Hamilton this morning, have been boosted by news that Cricket South Africa has secured Momentum as the new women’s cricket sponsor. The eagerly-awaited...
Proteas Women Lead gsport’s Top Stories of the Week

Proteas Women Lead gsport’s Top Stories of the Week

The month of January has seen South African women in sport continue to dominate on the global stage, setting the tone for what is expected to be another year filled with success. This week, the Proteas Women team stamped their authority on the international scene,...
Proteas’ Series Sweep Ensures World Cup Berth

Proteas’ Series Sweep Ensures World Cup Berth

South Africa’s 3-0 series sweep over New Zealand in the ICC Women’s Championship has not only won them direct qualification for the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup 2021 but also resulted in notable progress for their players in the MRF Tyres ICC...