SPAR Proteas beat Namibia and Uganda as the South African’s are off to a flying start in the SPAR Challenge Tri Nations tournament at the Cape Town International Convention Centre
SPAR Proteas head coach, Dorette Badenhorst, reveals the team’s plans to win every match at the SPAR Challenge Tri Nations Series at the CTICC starting on Thursday.
The International Netball Federation considers the safety and wellbeing of participants announcing the cancellation of this year’s Netball World Youth Cup in Fiji.
The SPAR Proteas team express their readiness for action in the Tri National series as the squad is announced to face Uganda and Namibia at the Cape Town International Convention Centre.
Four South African senior national team coaches headline this week’s #gsportTop10 which features leading women’s sport coaches who are playing their part to shape our sports stars.
International netball umpire, Susan Forssman, is extremely grateful for her journey in the sport as she announces her retirement following the acceptance of a work promotion.
South African national netball squad member, Precious Mthembu, is committed to developing young athletes in KZN with her recent appointment as Chairperson of The Athletes Commission for KZN Sports Confederation Additional ExCo.
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!
Baby Proteas head coach, Elsje Jordaan, is looking forward to testing her squad against Uganda, Namibia and the President’s XII at the upcoming SPAR Challenge in Cape Town
SPAR Proteas’ Lefébre Rademan catches the attention of England’s netball audience after debuting for London Pulse in the Vitality Netball Superleague.
Netball South Africa announces resumes competition with the SPAR Challenge to see action between the Proteas, the President’s XII, the Baby Proteas u21’s, Uganda’s She Cranes and possibly also including Namibia in Cape Town from 24 March
#FBF to women’s sport playing its part on the first ever #BlackDay as leaders in sport used their voices in support of the fight against women and children abuse in South Africa.