South Africa’s top ranked women’s player Kgothatso Montjane has arrived in Australian well ahead of time, to fine-tune her game ahead of the ITF Bendigo Open Super Series and the Melbourne Open.
SA para-cycling champion, Toni Mould: Read about her life as an athlete, as a person living her best life in spite of living with disability, and about the amazing contribution she makes at Bridging Abilities, an NPO serving sporting community events to disabled learners from disadvantaged backgrounds
SA’s first woman Sport and Recreation Minister Tokozile Xasa bestowed Albertina Sisulu Special Recognition Awards on Anrune Liebenberg, Zanele Situ, Louzanne Coetzee, Natalie du Toit and Kgothatso Montjane at the 2018 gsport Awards
SA no. 1 wheelchair tennis star Kgothatso Montjane beat Charlotte Famin in straight sets, eyes tough US Open quarter-final clash vs world No.2 Yui Kamiji
Second seeds Mariska Venter and French partner Emmanuelle Morch claimed their first ITU level 3 title as a pair, when they beat Macarena Cabrillana and Michaela Spaanstra to win the Ath Open doubles title in Belgium on Saturday
World no. 58 and rising SA wheelchair tennis champ Mariska Venter made it to the singles final of the Memorial Jens Open, and paired up with Donna Jansen to defend her doubles crown, in Antwerp on Sunday.
Palesa "Deejay" Manaleng, 31, a UJ student and journalist has been selected as one of the 100 Young Mandela's of the future. Through her leadership, creativity, resilience, vision and compassion, Palesa has made incredible efforts to make a difference in the lives of others and shown persistence to achieve her dreams against all odds.
SA wheelchair tennis ace Kg Montjane marches back to 6 on the ITF Singles Rankings on the back of a string of success including a maiden run to the Wimbledon semi-finals, and having claimed her fourth Swiss Open title earlier in July.