Momentum Proteas skipper Dané van Niekerk is out of the ICC Women’s World Cup after an ankle injury sidelines the inspirational captain from country duty in New Zealand
Fitness & Health
Mother to triathlon stars Kayla, Kira and Kitty Ribbink, Jetaime is playing a pivotal role in her daughters’ lifelong pursuit of physical fitness and sport.
University of Fort Hare student and fitness guru, Rita Xam, is a multi-talented young star with a bright future in the sport industry. In this interview with gsport, she shares vital fitness tips to keep us on track this year.
After her solid second place in the 2020 N3TC Drak Challenge canoe marathon, Christie Mackenzie is hoping to shrug off the effects of Covid-19 in time to challenge for the 2022 title at the end of January
Durban-based professional off-road and hard enduro rider Kirsten Landman will miss a second consecutive Dakar Rally after testing positive for Covid-19 #gsportGlobal
Leading sport psychologist and #gsport16 finalist, Dr Koketjo Tsebe, gives women in sport advice to lift them up and give them hope this festive season.
It was a fight for provincial pride on Day 4 of the CSA U19 Girls Tournament as Western Province displayed their dominance, earning a clean sweep of victories on Sunday.
Momentum Proteas called up for an intensive 2-week national camp in Gqeberha ahead of an exciting season featuring the West Indies and an ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup in New Zealand
Champion para athlete, Deejay Manaleng, calls for financial assistance and increased media coverage as the world marks International Day of Persons with Disability. #IDPWD2021
Momentum Proteas captain and Adelaide Strikers’ Dané van Niekerk, alongside team-mate Laura Wolvaardt, will face all-rounder, Marizanne Kapp of Perth Scorchers in the Women’s Big Bash League final on Saturday in Australia
Imperial takes a firm stance against Gender Based Violence through sport, using the platform to drive awareness and address this critical issue ahead of 16 Days of Activism starting from 25 November 2021.
CSA U19 and Kaizer Chiefs Reserve team physiotherapist, Phumzile Ngobese’s greatest ambition is to own a physiotherapy practice where she can assist in improving the quality of life through movement and exercise.