History Maker Thamae Eyes Mentorship Role

History Maker Thamae Eyes Mentorship Role

Zola Thamae is the President of the Free State Cricket Union, and the only woman provincial union president in South Africa for the past six years. While Thamae admits that progress is slow in getting more women cricket administrators to rise to the top of cricket...
Wade on Course to Becoming SA’s Next Best Footballer

Wade on Course to Becoming SA’s Next Best Footballer

South African U17 Women’s National Team captain, Jessica Wade, has been making her mark in the world of football and is determined to continue climbing up the ladder. In 2015, Wade began her football journey with JVW Football Club and two years later, she earned her...
Happy Mother’s Day!

Happy Mother’s Day!

Leading women in sport have spoken passionately about their moms as we celebrated Mother’s Day on Sunday, 10 May 2020. Mothers have played an integral part in the sporting careers of many athletes including Springbok Women’s captain, Babalwa Latsha: “My mother is my...
“Curl It Like Chhibber”

“Curl It Like Chhibber”

Promising Indian footballer, Dalima Chhibber, became an Internet sensation last March when her right-footed free kick from 40 yards out thundered into the back of the net to give India the lead in the South Asian Football Federation (SAFF) Final against Nepal. Her...
Mbuthuma Eyes World Championship Gold

Mbuthuma Eyes World Championship Gold

Nedbank Running Club’s Fikile Mbuthuma celebrates 15 years of marathon running this year and she says she is hungrier than ever to achieve at the highest level, with World Championship gold and a Top 5 Comrades Marathon finish on her bucket list. Mbuthuma is highly...