The support of all South Africans what powers ‘The fastest Old Bat’ Sharlene McGilvray as she prepares to win double gold at the UCI Mountain Bike and Trials World Champs at The Cascades MTB Park in Pietermaritzburg from 26 August to 1 September
Tournament fifth seed Chanel Simmonds beat her friend and practice partner, fellow SA player Natasha Fourouclas, 6-3 6-2 to reach the quarter finals of the Soweto Open on Wednesday.
Standout swim star Karin Prinsloo among the highly-competitive team of young ladies who will represent Mzansi at the FINA World Swimming Championships, in Barcelona from 19 July to 4 August.
All seeds unscathed through $50,000 Soweto Tennis Open Round 1, as South Africans Madrie le Roux, tournament fifth-seed Chanel Simmonds and Natasha Fourouclas all on court for Day 3 action at the Arthur Ashe Tennis Complex in Jabavu, Soweto.
Chanel Simmonds, Madrie le Roux and Natasha Fourouclas through the first round as the $50,000 Soweto Tennis Open starts well for SA at the Arthur Ashe Complex in Jabavu
African junior champ Ilze Hattingh headlines Tennis SA’s four wildcard entries to the Soweto Open starting Monday, also including Fed Cup players Madrie le Roux and Natasha Fourouclas, and top junior Zanmarie Pienaar
South Africa’s number two ranked player, Chanel Simmonds, will headline the home challenge at the upcoming Women’s Soweto Open, from 6-11 May
Top SA Artistic Women’s gymnasts Kirsten Beckett and Claudia Cummins have returned to SA with high hopes after positive performances at the FIG World Challenge Cup in Slovenia
Banyana Banyana have come home to a heroine’s welcome after coming second at the CAF African Women Championship where they lost to hosts Equatorial Guinea in the final
Banyana Banyana captain Portia Modise scores a brace as SA’s senior women’s soccer team beats Namibia 3-1 to win the women’s COSAFA Cup in Lusaka, Zambia.