Rhodes University’s Sinenjabulo Gogwana, who recently made history by becoming the first woman to play in the USSA men’s cricket tournament, wants to build a women’s team at Rhodes University and inspire other universities to do the same. #GoGirls
History making US Open champion, Emma Raducanu, becomes first woman winner of the BBC Sports Personality of the Year in 15 years, and it is the only the beginning for this global tennis star.
FIFA announces Visa as the first Global Women’s Football Partner to come on board under the newly launched commercial partnership structure, which comes into effect in 2023.
Team South Africa scoops ten medals as the strongest junior chess players in Africa gathered in Kenya to participate at the Africa Individual Chess Championship.
Akane Yamaguchi is the second Japanese Badminton female player in history to win the BWF World Championship title, in Huelva, Spain.
National head coach, Dorette Badenhorst, announces formidable South African squad ahead of the 2022 Netball Quad Series in London in mid-January.
The final day of the Cricket South Africa U19 Girl’s tournament concluded on a high as teams played for pride and honour in the T20 format on Monday in Paarl.
Pretoria swimmer, Lara van Niekerk, is the new South African- and African record holder in the 50m breaststroke category, and seventh fastest swimmer in history.
South Africa triathlete star, Kira Ribbink, will be joining her older sister, Kayla, in the United States of America next year after she was offered a scholarship by one of the most prestigious universities.
It was a fight for provincial pride on Day 4 of the CSA U19 Girls Tournament as Western Province displayed their dominance, earning a clean sweep of victories on Sunday.
Football analyst and blogger, Tebogo Motebejane, dreams of following in the footsteps of Amanda Dlamini, Simphiwe Dludlu and Gloria Brown as she hopes to make her mark in the sport industry.
The South African archery team claim top honours at the NASP Africa Tournament as the competition returned after two years of inactivity.