Banyana Banyana coach, Desiree Ellis, announces a provisional 27-woman squad for the COSAFA Cup selection camp as the Senior Women’s Football team prepares to return to action.
Today, we reflect on Minister Mthethwa’s speech at the Momentum gsport Awards when he praised #gsport15 for inspiring the next generation of young female athletes and lauded brands that chose to support women’s sport.
Top women’s seed, Alex Fuller, dismantled former champion, Farrah Sterne, to set up a semi-final encounter against Hayley Ward at the Growthpoint SA Nationals in Pretoria.
The Gauteng Fireballs made it two out of two wins after beating the Free State Crinums, while Kingdom Stars are yet to find that elusive victory in the Telkom Netball League in Bloemfontein.
South Western Districts CEO, Veda Manies, is the first woman to serve on the incoming executive committee of the South African Rugby Employers’ Association. She was appointed into the board on Monday.
Legendary Paralympic champion, Zanele Situ, is eager to overcome financial challenges as she targets participation at the Tokyo Olympics. Situ hopes to open doors for other disabled athletes.
Defending Telkom Netball League champions, Gauteng Jaguars, kick-off the campaign on a positive note with a narrow win over the North West Flames in the opening game of the tournament in Bloemfontein.
Award-winning SuperSport Presenter and Anchor, Julia Stuart, is witnessing her career rise in leaps and bounds. The recently appointed analyst on the Premier League Today show tells Celine Abrahams about her global dreams.
Alex Fuller and Lizelle Muller are preparing for three days of super-charged squash when the Growthpoint SA Nationals tournament takes place from Thursday.
Gauteng Jaguars head coach, Jenny van Dyk, is aiming to lead her team to a fourth straight Telkom Netball League title. The tournament gets underway on Wednesday.
2020 Cricket South Africa Mini Cricket Coordinator of the Year award winner, Mercia Baatjies, transitioned from cricket player to administrator and is currently developing future Proteas Women stars.
Jenna Ward teamed up with up-and-coming junior, Saskia Hockly, to take the senior women’s K2 laurels at the SA Marathon Champs on Monday.