North West Dragons U19 bowler, Katlego Setlhodi, is putting in the hard yards as she aims to progress to the senior national women’s cricket team. She chats to Tlamelo Kganakga about drawing inspiration from Masabata Klaas and Tazmin Brits. #SundayRead
The Momentum Proteas team received a heart-warming welcome back as title sponsors Momentum and supporters gathered at OR Tambo International Airport on Saturday.
South Africa Junior Women’s Hockey team will be aiming to bounce back to winning ways after their opening match defeat to England at the FIH Junior Women’s Hockey World Cup.
Cricket South Africa and Momentum laud Momentum Proteas for reaching the semi-finals of the 2022 ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup in Christchurch, New Zealand.
Banyana Banyana coach, Desiree Ellis, announces a 22-member squad that will face Netherlands in an international friendly on Tuesday, 12 April.
Danni Wyatt’s century and Sophie Ecclestone’s sensational six-wicket haul edge England to a 137-run victory over South Africa. #CWC22 #MomentumProteas #SAvENG
In a repeat of the 2017 World Cup semi-final fixture against England, Momentum Proteas will be keen to turn the tables on their opponents and create history at Hagley Oval.
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#gsportGlobal correspondent, Ananya Upendran, blogs about experienced Momentum Proteas’ Mignon du Preez as the South African continues to play a vital role in the team’s ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup campaign in New Zealand.
Canoeing South Africa and Netball South Africa share their respective plans as spectators return to sporting venues across the country.
The fruits from a two-week rugby intensive camp will come into practice again for the Springbok Women on Wednesday as they tackle Cape Peninsula University of Technology in a live session at City Park.
South Africa opener, Laura Wolvaardt, has backed up her tremendous ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup to date by claiming the mantle as the top ranked ODI batter in the world.
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Mamelodi Sundowns Ladies and Botswana National Team goalkeeper, Sedilame ‘Tsontso’ Boseja, is the first player to win the Sportswoman of the Year award at the inaugural Botswana Women’s Awards.