It is anyone’s guess who will scoop gsport's top athlete award in 2019, with CAF African Footballer of the Year Thembi Kgatlana and Comrades record buster Gerda Steyn up against 800m world champ, Caster Semenya
Educational commitments force team changes on Basetsana coach Simphiwe Dludlu, who names an amended squad to take part in the first-ever U20 COSAFA Championship, in Nelson Mandela Bay from 1 August
Gerda Steyn will battle it out with 800m World Champion, Caster Semenya, and CAF African Women’s Footballer of the Year, Thembi Kgatlana, for gsport Athlete of the Year as public voting kicks off from 19 July to 9 August, to determine the winners across 18 categories for the 2019 gsport Awards
Hats off to Banyana Banyana internationals Rhoda Mulaudzi (Apollon Ladies FC, Cyprus), Jermaine Seoposenwe and Nothando Vilakazi (both for Gintra Universiteta, Lithuania) on being signed for UEFA Women’s Champions League action this season.
The #gsport14 Judges have made their mark in support of deserving nominees at this year’s face-to-face Judging, ahead of the free voting starting at the gsport website from Friday 19 July!
Banyana Banyana became the first Group B team to have their 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup campaign ended, when they lost their third encounter 4-0 to Germany on Monday night, ending their campaign in fourth place with no points
The crushing moment China’s waves of attack managed to pick a gap through the resilient Banyana Banyana defence, forty minutes into the first half of South Africa’s second FIFA Women’s World Cup fixture, in Paris on Thursday, 13 June, 2019. Photo: Screengrab of the official FIFA match live broadcast on Youtube
gsport blogger Sinethemba Mbatha recaps Groups E and F in the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup in France