Hartley Reflects on Fifteen Years of Competing

Hartley Reflects on Fifteen Years of Competing

As she eyes out a potential spot at the 2021 Olympic Games in Tokyo, 2012 Olympic medallist and South Africa’s most decorated sprint canoeist, Bridgitte Hartley, reflected recently on a career that has spanned more than a decade and a half, making her one of the...
SA Sport Stars Share Tips For Sponsorship Success

SA Sport Stars Share Tips For Sponsorship Success

South African sports stars, Suné Luus, Erin Hunter and Babalwa Latsha, are showing that a strong brand presence can attract the right attention, as they secure attractive brand partnerships and contract renewals during the Covid-19 lockdown. The trio are some of the...
Ursula Grobler Chooses South Africa

Ursula Grobler Chooses South Africa

Ursula Grobler featured at her first Olympic Games at the age of 36, when she donned the green and gold in Rio in 2016, after packing up her life in America to pursue her African dream. Up until 2012, Grobler, who is a dual-citizen, raced for USA, but after failing to...
Suné Luus Secures New Partnership with Falke

Suné Luus Secures New Partnership with Falke

Sponsorships are hard to come by, especially during Covid-19 times, but Momentum Proteas all-rounder, Suné Luus, has shown that a strong brand presence can attract the right attention, after striking a partnership deal with Falke SA. She spoke to gsport after sharing...
Mkhwanazi Investing in Future Women Cricketers

Mkhwanazi Investing in Future Women Cricketers

Takatso Mkhwanazi graduated in Public Relations from Damelin College in 2015 and never dreamt that she would end up part of the Central Gauteng Lions Cricket Board a year later. Two years down the line, she holds the title of Girls and Women’s Cricket Administrator....