Rowing Saves Sandra Khumalo’s Life

Rowing Saves Sandra Khumalo’s Life

In 2005, at the age of 24, Sandra Khumalo was living a normal life with her husband and daughter in Mpumalanga until one day it all changed forever when a truck hit into the Land Rover that she was travelling in. Khumalo was on her way to her work at a safari lodge at...
Tatenda Gondo Passionate About Telling Untold Stories

Tatenda Gondo Passionate About Telling Untold Stories

Tatenda Gondo’s passion for  acknowledging and celebrating athletes who hardly receive attention from the mainstream media, encouraged her to start her own blog – Sports Rifle 7/24 – which she hopes to turns into a powerful sports content hub. Gondo believes...
Mathatho Manaka Wants to Deliver Change in Africa

Mathatho Manaka Wants to Deliver Change in Africa

International Olympic Committee Young Leader, Mathatho Manaka’s greatest ambition is to become an international advocate and to deliver change in sport on the African continent. In 2018, Manaka joined the IOC for the then Young Changemaker’s programme where she was...
Justine Palframan on the Comeback

Justine Palframan on the Comeback

It is five years since Justine Palframan won 400m gold at the World Student Games in Gwangju, South Korea, and nearly 10 years since she broke the South African 400m youth record in the Zone 6 Games in Swaziland. This seasoned athlete is looking to achieve another...