The Delta Drone Tuks Women’s Rugby team are in high spirits after winning the 2021 King of Rugby Africa University 7s in Uganda #gsportAfrica #ChooseDay
Springbok women’s centre, Zintle Mpupha, becomes only the second South African woman to sign a professional rugby contract and says she hopes this opens more doors for women players. #gsportGlobal
Six new caps announced and three big guns return for first Springbok Women’s overseas tour since 2018 as preparations for next year’s Rugby World Cup in New Zealand continue. #gsportGlobal
Award-winning Springbok Women’s captain, Lusanda Dumke, calls for more TV time and semi-professional status for women’s provincial rugby teams in South Africa #MondayMotivation #GoGirls
In our latest #gsportTop10 to mark two years of the #gsportGlobal chapter, we salute 10 leading South African women in sport who are making a name for themselves in women’s pro leagues around the world.
The Springbok Women’s team will embark on a tour of Europe later this year, with a Test against France in Vannes confirmed, as well as a first clash against the Barbarians Women as part of a unique double-header at Twickenham #GoGirls
Springbok Women held a slender lead at the break and had to overcome a strong second half surge by a strengthened Kenya and a late try by captain Lusanda Dumke to beat Kenya for the Series win on Monday #gsportAfrica
Springbok Women coach Stanley Raubenheimer impressed as Springbok Women score 12 unanswered tries to trounce Kenya by 66-0 in their first test Stellenbosch on Thursday #GoGirls
Springbok Women’s coach Stanley Raubenheimer names Lusanda Dumke as captain for the squad to play Kenya in the first of two Test matches in Stellenbosch on Thursday.
Springbok Women’s rugby player, Babalwa Latsha, joins an illustrious list of sporting icons to become Laureus Sport for Good Foundation ambassador #GoGirls
Springbok Women will return to the field against Kenya in two Tests that will mark their first international action in almost two years in Stellenbosch
The Cell C Sharks Women ensured they will remain in the Women’s Premier Division next season when they beat the Mastercard Golden Lions Women by 27-0 in their promotion-relegation match.