Rowing Saves Sandra Khumalo’s Life

Rowing Saves Sandra Khumalo’s Life

In 2005, at the age of 24, Sandra Khumalo was living a normal life with her husband and daughter in Mpumalanga until one day it all changed forever when a truck hit into the Land Rover that she was travelling in. Khumalo was on her way to her work at a safari lodge at...
#SundayRead: gsport’s Top Stories of the Week

#SundayRead: gsport’s Top Stories of the Week

It was a major week for South African women’s sport as athletes graced both the local and international scene competing in various tournaments. On the local front, the Standard Bank South African Women’s Masters tournament took place at the San Lameer Country Club in...
Proteas Women Lead gsport’s Top Stories of the Week

Proteas Women Lead gsport’s Top Stories of the Week

The month of January has seen South African women in sport continue to dominate on the global stage, setting the tone for what is expected to be another year filled with success. This week, the Proteas Women team stamped their authority on the international scene,...
#GAL2020 Kicks Off With Unveiling of January Newsmakers

#GAL2020 Kicks Off With Unveiling of January Newsmakers

The gsport initiative is proud to unveil our first set of monthly newsmakers in the build up to the second Gsport Annual List event in December 2020. January’s newsmakers include Sune Luus, the first woman to take two six wicket hauls in ODI cricket, Thembi Kgatlana,...
Montjane Falls to Kamiji in Semis

Montjane Falls to Kamiji in Semis

South African top wheelchair tennis ace Kgothatso Montjane saw her hopes of going another step further in the Australian Open ended by Japanese world number 2 Yui Kamiji at Melbourne Park in Australia on Thursday, 30 January 2020. The world number 7 fought but went...