Madibaz Sport continues to make its presence felt at a national level following the appointment of Yoliswa Lumka to the management team for the World Student Games next year.
University of Johannesburg women's soccer captain Thato Letsose was delighted to be named Sportswoman of the Year at UJ's annual gala awards function at Randpark Golf Club in Johannesburg.
In an absolutely thrilling final in Bloemfontein on Monday night, the home side, UFS Kovsies, stunned and outplayed defending champions, UP Tuks, to win the 2018 Varsity Netball tournament 63-59.
Kovsies overpowered Maties 56-45 in a nail-biting Varsity Netball semi-final at the Callie Human in Bloemfontein on Monday evening, the home side booking their place in tournament final.
It was determination versus experience as the defending champions UP-Tuks pulled ahead to knock out a determined Madibaz side 55-46 in Monday's first Varsity Netball semi-final.
20-year-old Madibaz squash player Hayley Ward finished seventh in the World University Championships in England, an effort that helped team SA to 6th place in in the team competition in Birmingham.
Squash star Alexa Pienaar kept the University of Johannesburg flag flying high when she won the silver medal at the World University Squash Championships women's event earlier this month.
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!