Former Ireland captain, Lynne Cantwell, joins the Springbok Women’s team as SA Rugby’s first High Performance Manager for Women’s Rugby ahead of the World Cup in New Zealand.
Megan Streicher, South African Amateur Championships, Royal Johannesburg & Kensington Golf Club, SA Women’s Amateur, SA Stroke Play Championship, Lize-Marie Prinsloo, Mossel Bay, Demi Flanagan, Kyra van Kan, Cheslyn Jacobs, Samantha Whateley, South Africa, Caitlyn Macnab, GolfRSA, Kiera Floyd, Kaylah Williams, Kim Turgut, Pretoria Country Club, Bronwyn Leigh Doeg, Crystal Beukes, Oubaai, Jasmine Furstenburg, Cara Ford, Gabrielle Venter, Randpark, Eastern Province Border Championship, Larissa du Preez, Ebotse, Kaylan Boshof, Liezl Smit, Carmen Taljaard, Kamaya Moodliar, Umhlali, Shani Brynard, Elizabeth Lightley, Benoni Lake, Nicole Strydom, Lea van der Merwe, Tebogo Lefifi, Western Province, Zara le Keur, Royal Cape, Michelle Steyn, Heidi van der Berg, Lauren Clough, Zane Kleynhans, Centurion, Hanne Rademeyer, Chloe Malgas-Kelpin, Paola Sakota, Charlene Oosthuizen, Kaitlyn van de Vyver, Chloe Valkin, Kaylin van der Merwe, Mandie Badenhorst,
Springbok Women’s prop, Babalwa Latsha, joins Rugby Africa’s sub-committee for Player Welfare and Participation as she looks forward to sharing her knowledge with the next generation.
Applications for the third Covid-19 Relief Fund Phase are currently open as the Department of Sport, Arts and Culture seek to assist athletes hard-hit by the global pandemic.
Launch of SA Women’s Basketball Association sparks renewed hope as all-female Board of Directors appointed to deliver more opportunities for the next generation.
Springbok Women’s captain, Nolusindiso Booi, shares her message of support following a visit by Springbok head coach Jacques Nienaber and scrum coach, Daan Human at the team’s training camp in Stellenbosch.
Banyana Banyana star, Refiloe Jane, joins HFPA Fitness Academy as ambassador and student.
Tennis South Africa has announced the appointment of former WTA player Joannette Kruger as a consultant responsible for women’s high-performance tennis.
Titans Women’s Rugby Academy proudly unveil five of their High-Performance Program players who successfully completed the World Rugby Level One Coaching Course.
South-Western Districts’ Women’s Rugby Head Coach, Aschin Klein, is using his vast experience to develop future national women rugby stars, and chats about his coaching journey and personal development plan to impact athletes.
South African student-athlete, Nicola Smith, is aiming to build on her impressive 2020 performances as she scaled to new heights in netball. She is also hoping to combine her love for teaching with sport.
History-making Springbok Women’s prop, Babalwa Latsha, shifts focus to develop women’s rugby domestically after announcing she will not be joining Spanish outfit, Eibar Women’s Rugby Club for the 2020/21 season. She chats about her 2021 plans, including the Rugby World Cup in New Zealand