Mind Sports South Africa President Amanda Pakade hosted Kenneth Tebogo Middleton, President of Botswana's Traditional Sports & Games Confederation, to talks focussed on matters of mutual assistance, and planning ahead of the 2019 World Championships in Botswana.
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.
Marisa van der Westhuizen becomes the first-ever female gamer to serve as flag-bearer, at a IESF World Championships
The 2018 CAF Total Africa Women Cup of Nations will be contested in Ghana from 17 November to 1 December, 2018, and will see South Africa drawn alongside seven-times continental champs Nigeria, Kenya and Zambia, in the competition’s Group B.
Coach Raubenheimer assembles 32-woman squad to prepare for the first round of Springbok women’s Test matches since the 2014 Women’s Rugby Cup, featuring a 4-match, 3-Test tour of Europe starting early November
The Proteas brought out their A-Game to win the final T20 international by three wickets and earn well-deserved come-from-behind series-levelling kudos away against the West Indies, just ahead of the ICC Women’s World T20 in November - also in the West Indies!
Banyana Banyana have arrived safely in Chile ahead of a historic two-match friendly international tournament which will see the two teams meet for the first time, as the South Africans fine-tune preparations ahead of the CAF Africa Women Cup of Nations tournament in Ghana during November.
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.