Momentum Proteas’ Marizanne Kapp feels honoured to be named ICC’s world’s best Women’s ODI All-Rounder and is looking forward to using her international experience to help the national team lift a World Cup trophy. #GoGirls
2021 Growthpoint Junior Nationals U14 and U16 winners, Donna le Roux and Lilitha Ndungane, earn all-expenses paid trip to represent South Africa at the WTA Future Stars global final in Shenzhen, China. #GoGirls
Netball Australia look forward to delivering lasting benefits for women and girls after winning the bid to host the 2027 Netball World Cup. #gsportGlobal
Sasol-sponsored Banyana Banyana secure two international friendlies against Zambia and Botswana in preparation for the 2022 CAF Africa Women’s Cup of Nations qualifiers, later this year.
Sprint kayaker, Esti van Tonder, has been selected by Canoeing South Africa as one of two South Africans to attempt to qualify for the Tokyo Olympic Games.
The Moroccan Football Federation is set to host the inaugural CAF Women’s Champions League competition, three months after becoming the first North African country to win the bid to host the African Women’s Cup of Nations.
The South African Hockey Association announces a 12-member squad that will represent the country at the African Indoor Cup, a qualifier for the Indoor World Cup in Belgium next year, against Namibia and Botswana in Durban
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.
Banyana Banyana head coach, Desiree Ellis, is hoping to use the FIFA Calendar dates to bring in overseas players to get her team back to full fitness ahead of the Africa Women Cup of Nations qualifiers.
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.
Momentum Proteas’ wicketkeeper, Sinalo Jafta will be joined by other notable players such as Anneke Bosch, Nondumiso Shangase and Faye Tunnicliffe, as the South African emerging women side is set to tour Bangladesh later this month.
Banyana Banyana head coach, Desiree Ellis, is keeping local players in tip top shape at a national team camp at the SAFA Technical Centre.