Minister of Sports, Arts and Culture, Mr Nathi Mthethwa, hosted invited guests for a Medallists Bus Parade and Recognition of Excellence Gala Dinner to honour medal-winning and record-breaking Olympic and Paralympic stars.
Banyana Banyana were held to a goalless draw by a defensive Angola in the second Group A match at the Nelson Mandela University stadium on Friday.
South Africa youth chess stars claim top honours at the African Youth Chess Championship which took place in Ghana #gsportAfrica
Netball South Africa in association with SA Schools Netball (SASN) have joined forces and collaborated with mobile network operator Telkom, to officially launch a new netball championship which will be focusing on girls in schools.
Momentum Proteas captain, Dané van Niekerk, scores new Women’s Big Bash League deal with Adelaide Strikers for the upcoming season.
Farida Iddriss wants her appointment to the FINA Reforms Committee to encourage more women to explore opportunities around them.
Springbok women’s centre, Zintle Mpupha, becomes only the second South African woman to sign a professional rugby contract and says she hopes this opens more doors for women players. #gsportGlobal
Six new caps announced and three big guns return for first Springbok Women’s overseas tour since 2018 as preparations for next year’s Rugby World Cup in New Zealand continue. #gsportGlobal
Award-winning Springbok Women’s captain, Lusanda Dumke, calls for more TV time and semi-professional status for women’s provincial rugby teams in South Africa #MondayMotivation #GoGirls
South African triathletes dominate 2021 Bonaqua Africa Triathlon Cup in Troutbeck, Zimbabwe, winning both gold and silver in the junior and senior women’s elite titles #gsportAfrica
A composed Kgothatso Montjane put in a superb performance to beat the Netherlands’ Jiske Griffioen and defend her wheelchair tennis singles title at the second 2021 SA Spring Open, in Johannesburg on Saturday. Montjane and Griffioen won the doubles title on Friday.
World Marathon Champs wildcard entry for 2020 e-Sports World Champion, Ashleigh Moolman-Pasio, as Cycling SA also confirm Robyn de Groot, Sarah Hill and Theresa Ralph as part of the Elite Women’s team #gsportGlobal