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South African Woman in Sport Makes UEFA History

Natalie Barlow of Cape Town City FC has made history by being the first South African and African female to be accepted into the UEFA Certificate in Football Management programme. In an exclusive interview, she lets loose about herself and the UEFA opportunity that she has been afforded

“You Must Give a Lot of Credit to These Women” – Boks Coach

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

Talent Tuesday – Tatjana Schoenmaker

World record holder Tatjana Schoenmaker has flown the South African flag high at the recent FINA World Championships and the Swimming World Cup in Tokyo, gsport looks at the sensational swimmer’s accolades to date

‘If You’re Not Loving What You’re Doing, It’s Time Wasted’ – Milnay Louw

In this exclusive interview, South Africa’s Milnay Louw spoke with gsport after her silver medal at the Growthpoint SA Squash Open after a tough final won by Egyptian Menna Hamed, her future goals and plans to give back to the youth

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