Tennis South Africa announces Roxanne Clarke as captain of South Africa’s Billie Jean King Cup team for the next four years.
GolfRSA’s Elite Squad member, Kiera Floyd, won the Mpumalanga Women’s Championship and Junior division titles recently. She chats about her transition in golf and shares advice to youngsters starting out in the game
Springbok Women’s captain, Babalwa Latsha, inspires and motivates the youth through her groundbreaking achievements. She reflects on her journey from Khayelitsha to being the first contracted 15s rugby player in Africa.
In celebration of #InternationalMensDay2020 on Thursday, the gsport Team honours the gentlemen who are making a positive impact to change the face of women’s sport globally.
TV Host and Wellness and Fitness Architect, Stacey Holland, is covering a variety of health and fitness topics on her new show – LiveFit with Stace. She chats to Celine Abrahams about her journey into sports media and aspirations to change lives.
GolfRSA Elite Squad Member, Kaiyuree Moodley, is set to leave South Africa to take up a scholarship at the University of South Carolina later this year. The Journalism and Psychology student chats about starting her first year at home and recent form on the course.
2019 SA Rugby Women’s Achiever of the Year, Aseza Hele, believes she is a new person on and off the field due to playing rugby. She chats about how she stumbled across the sport.
Rising woman in sports media, Sinethemba Mbatha, has been appointed Media Officer for Banyana Banyana and the national U17 girls football team. She tells Celine Abrahams about her experience during the COSAFA Championship.
The face of sports media is changing, and with it comes a fresh perspective on sport. Rising Sports Anchor, Faheedah Crouch, tells Celine Abrahams how she uses her voice to empower women in sport and champion disability sport.
CEO of SMinc Sports Management, Colin Francke, wants to positively impact the lives of sportswomen. He believes in gender equality and tells Celine Abrahams how he plays his part to reshape the narrative of women’s sport.
Old Edwardians captain of the club’s first women’s team, Florence Chikwanah, plans to use her leadership skills to guide young cricketers to stardom. She chats to Celine Abrahams about her passion for sport and the state of women’s cricket in the country.
Springbok Women’s scrumhalf, Tayla Kinsey, is aiming to make her second Rugby World Cup appearance in New Zealand next year. She chats about her journey in the national team which began six years ago.