Springboks head coach Stanley Raubenheimer has expressed his happiness with his team’s performance after their second Rugby World Cup Qualifiers victory, thumping Madagascar 73-0 in Brakpan, Johannesburg on Tuesday afternoon
Bok coach Stanley Raubenheimer looks to maintain consistency with no changes to his squad to face Madagascar on Tuesday, and has strengthened the bench with Mathrin Simmers, Nomsa Mokwai and Nqobile Mhlangu
SPAR Proteas super star Karla Pretorius literally broke the internet after being presented with the prestigious Player of the Tournament award, at the trophy ceremony which concluded the 2019 Vitality Netball World Cup in Liverpool
Speaking on the occasion of gsport’s 13th birthday, multiple gsport Award winner Caster Semenya reflects on the initiative’s sporting journey, as well as on the recognition that she has received over the years
The SPAR Proteas suffered their first loss of their Vitality Netball World Cup campaign against hosts England in Liverpool, and will face Australia in their semi-final on Saturday
Team South Africa at the opening of the World Student Games Championship in Napoli, Italy. The 30th Edition of the Summer Universiade Games from 3 July – 14 July saw the women among Team SA collect six of the 18 total medals count for South Africa.
South African canoe star Bridgitte Hartley tops the Bay Union Open Ocean Surfski Challenge standings after earning her second victory at Durban on Sunday – Well done, birthday girl!
Former Springbok Women’s star Phumeza Gadu forms part of the 15 all-women refereeing panel officiating this year’s SA Rugby U16 and U18 Girls Week, and has spoken to gsport about the opportunity.
A feminist and a firm supporter of Banyana Banyana, Miss Mamelodi Sundowns Faith Nonyane wishes the national women’s football team the best at the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup in France
Former CATHSSETA TUT MLS gsport Intern, Anoushka Swart, blogs about her academic journey and how she pushed through the pain to achieve her dream of being bestowed her qualification Cum Laude
University of Johannesburg soccer striker Amanda Mthandi cannot wait for the World Cup finals to kick off in France. South Africa play their first game against Spain on June 8.
Leading women’s sport voice and facilitator at Sport and Recreation SA’s Women in Sport Policy roadshow, Dr Pam Serra, reflects on a significant session to advance women’s sport in the country