South Africa commemorates Freedom Day on 27 April and to mark this day, we are focusing our latest gsport Top 10 List on the stars that have flown the flag and achieved key milestones that allow the current generation of women’s sport stars to thrive and succeed. This week’s #gsportTop10 List includes Ashleigh Buhai, who […]
Reigning SA Women’s Amateur champion Caitlyn Macnab powered her way to an eight-stroke victory in the Sunshine Ladies Tour’s Jabra Ladies Classic at Glendower Golf Club.
France’s Manon Gidali holed a 25-foot birdie putt on the first extra hole of the Cape Town Ladies Open to claim her maiden professional victory in the opening event of the 2021 Sunshine Ladies Tour season at Royal Cape Golf Club.
We kickstart our #FreedomMonth coverage with an exciting #gsportTop10 showcasing up and coming champions who are using their freedom to rise to put SA sport on the map. All ten recipients of this list are former gsport Award winners who have excelled locally and internationally across various sporting codes. #FreedomFriday
South Africa’s leading golfers, Nicole Garcia, Monique Smit and Lejan Lewthwaite aim to make a statement at the Cape Town Ladies Open which begins on Wednesday.
The Sunshine Ladies Tour has been boosted with the Investec Homegrown Award that will see an SA winner take home an additional R100,000 cash prize at the Investec South African Women’s Open.
More is being done to raise the profile of women’s sport than ever before it reflects in another bumper monthly edition of #GAL2021 Newsmakers as we unveil February’s List!
South Africa’s top ranked golfer, Caitlyn Macnab, is the 12th woman to successfully defend her SA Amateur title, defeating Swellendam’s Megan Streicher in the final round.
Defending SA Amateur Championships title holder, Caitlyn Macnab, will face top seed, Megan Streicher at the Royal Johannesburg & Kensington’s East Course
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Swellendam’s Megan Streicher rallies from four shots back overnight to win the South African Women’s Stroke Play title at Royal Johannesburg & Kensington Golf Club.
GolfRSA’s Samantha Whateley continues to lead the charge at SA Women’s Stroke Play Championship, recording the biggest win of her career on Monday.