Lenel Human becomes the first woman elected as Mind Sports South Africa’s Gauteng Provincial Director to boost the growth of eSports in the province.
The #GAL2021 campaign gets underway today with the announcement of the first monthly intake, and an opportunity to increase media coverage, through South Africa’s only women’s sport newsmakers event, which celebrates its third edition this year.
South African women in sport welcome 2021, expressing their hopes and dreams for Olympic qualification and national colours.
On this final #WCW of 2020, we salute Women of Firsts who shattered barriers this year and encouraged us to reach higher!
Fresh from aiding Finnish side Aland United to multiple season accomplishments, Banyana Banyana striker Ode Fulutudilu is signed by Glasgow City FC where she joins SA team-mate Janine van Wyk
Fabienne Lanz overcomes 8-point deficit to be crowned 2020 DZ2 karting champ at the Zwartkops International Kart Circuit
Mamelodi Sundowns Ladies and Banyana Banyana goalkeeper, Andile Dlamini, is part of a new generation of football leaders who are playing their part in ensuring that women’s football grows in South Africa
Traditional media houses are slow to take notice when women’s sports news happens with men’s sport dominating the public attention – How can putting Women on the Agenda change the status quo?
SAFA is looking forward to a bumper 2021 with the SAFA National Women’s League increased to 14 teams, and the commencement of the CAF Women’s Champions League and the FIFA World Club Cup competitions.
Momentum Proteas coach Hilton Moreeng is upbeat following the first week’s action at the WSL 3.0 tournament in Cape Town
Saudah Bhaimia becomes first South African female gamer to win the SA National Board Games Championship three times in a row in the Morabaraba game.