Global sports brand Nike has signed Banyana Banyana and Canberra United star, Refiloe Jane, in an exciting deal that will see the talented footballer proudly represent the Nike brand, both on and off the field.
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.
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!
Her parent’s advice gave TUT Sports Marketing student Dibuseng Theresa Modise an inclination for independence, courtesy her dad, and for the pursuit of job satisfaction, courtesy her mom, and this former Milner High School Senior Victrix Ludorum is intent on making both count.
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.
It’s actually unthinkable - An SA woman athlete has made such an impression that a corporate backer sponsors her an unbranded Mercedes-Benz, and would continue to back her even if she stopped playing! Hats off Proteas opening batter Laura Wolvaardt and sponsor Bri-ton Liftmaster.