Multiple South African sports federations issue provisions for the regulation of in-person athletic activities to combat the spread of COVID19
Award-winning Kenyan sports journalist, Evelyn Watta, is using her role as Vice President of AIPS to mentor future journalists through the Youth Reporters Programme. She chats about her inspiring journey and aspirations.
Cricket South Africa announce the delay of all forms of amateur cricket until the beginning of February 2021, due to national level 3 lockdown provisions amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
Canoeing South Africa president Kim Pople confirms that the sports federation will amend its 2021 race calendar to ensure full compliance with lockdown restrictions to combat spread of the ongoing Covid-19 virus
Lenel Human becomes the first woman elected as Mind Sports South Africa’s Gauteng Provincial Director to boost the growth of eSports in the province.
GolfRSA has confirmed that its Nomads tournaments will be conducted under strict compliance with Regulations and GolfRSA Consolidated Risk Mitigation Guidelines
Cycling South Africa confirms no cycling events will take place until mid-January 2021 following the national Level 3 announcement.
On this final #WCW of 2020, we salute Women of Firsts who shattered barriers this year and encouraged us to reach higher!
Fresh from aiding Finnish side Aland United to multiple season accomplishments, Banyana Banyana striker Ode Fulutudilu is signed by Glasgow City FC where she joins SA team-mate Janine van Wyk
FIFA expands CAF’s allocation for 2023 Women’s World Cup to four direct slots, with the possibility of two additional play-off slots
Traditional media houses are slow to take notice when women’s sports news happens with men’s sport dominating the public attention – How can putting Women on the Agenda change the status quo?
SAFA is looking forward to a bumper 2021 with the SAFA National Women’s League increased to 14 teams, and the commencement of the CAF Women’s Champions League and the FIFA World Club Cup competitions.