Level 3 Places Cycling Events on Hold

Level 3 Places Cycling Events on Hold

Cycling South Africa confirm no cycling events shall be permitted to take place until 15 January 2020, following the Level 3 announcement by South African President Cyril Ramaphosa on Monday, 28 December 2020. As a result of the adjusted regulations, all sanctioning...
Telfer Hitting the High Notes in the US

Telfer Hitting the High Notes in the US

GolfRSA Elite Squad member Kaleigh Telfer made her debut in the Arnold Palmer Cup where she joined the cream of the US college crop in the Ryder Cup-style event, co-founded by the legendary Major champion and the Golf Coaches Association of America in 1997. The...
Happy Holidays from Leading Women in Sport

Happy Holidays from Leading Women in Sport

It has been a year that has seen women in sport show great resilience to produce game changing moments despite the impact of Coronavirus, and as the holidays get into full swing, leading women in sport share their inspiring festive messages and good wishes. 2020...
FIFA expands Women’s World Cup Slots Allocation

FIFA expands Women’s World Cup Slots Allocation

Africa could be represented by up to six nations at the next FIFA Women’s World Cup after world governing body, FIFA, approved the allocation of slots for the 2023 edition. The success of the 2019 edition resulted in a decision last year to the expand the FIFA Women’s...
Pretorius Heads Up Suncorp Team of the Year

Pretorius Heads Up Suncorp Team of the Year

South African global netball star, Karla Pretorius, features in the Suncorp Super Netball Team of the Year after a stellar season in the top-notch Australian league. Since joining the Sunshine Lightning club from Team Bath in the UK, Pretorius, has become one of the...
YTC – The Future of Women’s Rugby

YTC – The Future of Women’s Rugby

Few sports showcase the strength of young women, the first question parents asked about full contact rugby at the age of 14 for their daughter is, “Is it too rough, shouldn’t it be for boys?” One of the traditions of women’s rugby is to break the stereotype...