A year ago, multi award-winning Ghanaian sports journalist, Juliet Bawuah, launched the African Women’s Sport Summit to help women succeed in the sport industry. She chats to gsport about the success of the initiative and aspirations.
The Western Cape Tornados retain their number one spot in Division B, while the Gauteng Jaguars officially cement their place in the semi-final round of the Telkom Netball League.
#gsport15 Woman in Radio winner, Itumeleng Banda, is a great indication that the future of broadcasting in South Africa is in good hands. She is giving women football players a platform to share their stories on Massiv Metro and Eldos FM.
Bantwana head coach, Simphiwe Dludlu is currently assessing a squad of 33 players at the SAFA Technical Centre for selection ahead of the COSAFA Women’s U17 Cup in Port Elizabeth.
South African Masters surfing champion and founder of Find Your Stoke, Tasha Mentasti, held a gathering in Cape Town to create and promote participation of all women of all abilities in ocean and water activities. She hopes to see the sisterhood expand in the sport.
The Limpopo Baobabs stuck to their tried and tested starting seven to earn a victory against the Northern Cape Diamonds, while defending champions ,Gauteng Jaguars maintain their unbeaten run in the Telkom Netball League.
Banyana Banyana players report to selection camp ahead of coach Desiree Ellis’ final squad announcement for the 2020 COSAFA Women’s Cup.
Springbok Women’s centre, Zintle Mpupha’s journey to becoming a professional rugby player is nothing short of admirable. She hopes her story can inspire young girls to realise their hopes and dreams.
Defending Growthpoint Interprovincial Squash champions, SACD, continue to top the log standings, leading by a point ahead of Northerns A.
Legendary runner, Elana Meyer, joins an esteemed list of World Peace Award recipients after receiving recognition at the Sanlam Cape Town Marathon.
Global netball star, Karla Pretorius, wins her third consecutive Sunshine Coast Lightning Player of the Year award after a sensational 2020 campaign.
Durbanville golfer, Kaylah Williams, put the perfect exclamation mark on her final competitive appearance for the 2020 season with a masterful victory in the prestigious Ackerman Championship.