Cricket South Africa announced the reappointment of Hilton Moreeng as head coach of the Momentum Proteas team during a tele-press conference on Wednesday, 8 July 2020. In a media release, Moreeng expressed his excitement at the opportunity to lead the flourishing women’s national team for a further three years. “To be given the chance to […]
For over two decades, Shannon Landman-Kriel, has played a significant role in the development of future female South African cricketers through her involvement with Central Gauteng Lions and the Wanderers Club. The former cricketer reflects on her journey and the progress, or lack thereof, in the women’s game.
Banyana Banyana international footballer, Jermaine Seoposenwe, is the second South African female player to sign in Portugal as she joins Sporting Braga as a free agent.
Momentum Proteas star batter, Laura Wolvaardt, bagged 3 awards during Cricket South Africa’s virtual awards ceremony, earning the main prize – Women’s Cricketer of the Year. Teammates Shabmin Ismail, Mignon du Preez, Nonkululeko Mlaba and Tazmin Brits were also awarded for their efforts over the past season.
SAFA senior NEC member, Natasha Tsichlas, lauds the recent ground-breaking development move by CAF to establish an annual CAF Club Women’s championship.
The 2020 Momentum gsport Awards lead the June newsmakers list as we continue our build-up to the second gsport Annual List event in December.
For #YouthMonth we challenged ourselves to keep telling one powerful story a day during the lockdown, to play our part in shining the spotlight on our rising women in sport, both on and off the field.
South African cricketer, Tazmin Brits was at the prime of her javelin career when a serious car accident left her hospitalised for two months and ended her Olympics dream. She chats to Celine Abrahams about finding a new lease on life and future aspirations.
SPAR Proteas assistant coach, Dumisani Chauke, is determined to continue with her studies after completing her Post-Graduate Diploma in Sport Management. She chats to Celine Abrahams about the importance of education.
Zintle Mpupha left a promising career in cricket in 2013 to take up rugby. Today, she is the Springbok Seven’s Women’s Rugby captain and she believes that the current crop of female rugby players will change the face of the game for the next generation. She chats to Celine Abrahams about her sporting journey and the impact she wants to make.
Minister of Sport, Arts and Culture, Mr Nathi Mthethwa approves eight sporting bodies to return to training and official matches after receiving plans confirming the state of readiness and commitment to adhere to stringent health protocols.
Reabetswe Mpete, dreams of opening her own management agency. For now, she is dedicating to nurturing South Africa’s athletes as SASCOC’s General Team Manager. She also tells Celine Abrahams about her career lessons and shares her views on the future of women’s sport.