South Africa’s rising tennis stars on song at the Africa Junior Team Tennis Championships, displaying top performances in Egypt. #GoGirls
Co-founder of Youth Alive Sports Project Precious Hlaka is supporting the youth from impoverished areas to ensure that they receive necessary tools to maintain a healthy lifestyle and build a better future for their families.
New stars unearthed as Soweto Pioneers clinched the 2022 Diadora Jozi Cup Championships title at Imperial Wanderers Stadium.
To celebrate #FathersDay2022, Limpopo Impalas cricketer Nicole Labuschagne shows gratitude to her dad for his support to amplify her cricket career.
As we celebrate the strides we have made to empower the youth, we also reflect on #AdviceForSuccess from leading women in sport over the years that we hope will inspire you this #YouthDay! #MomentumFutures
To commemorate #YouthDay2022, our #gsportTop10 list shines the spotlight on a rising crop of South African sport stars who are succeeding on the global stage and playing their part in putting the country on the map!
North West rising chess star Atlegang Monchosi has ambitions of becoming a Woman Grandmaster champion. She chats to Tlamelo Kganakga about fulfilling her purpose and drawing inspiration from Venus and Serena Williams.
10-year-old Ugandan swimmer Zara Mbanga is breaking records in her pursuit of becoming one of the best swimmers in the world. She chats to Tatenda Gondo about her aspirations.
Young stars from across North West participate in various sporting codes for provincial honours at the Winter Games in Potchefstroom.
South African Schools Netball President, Di Woolley, has championed the game at school level for nearly 40 years. She shares her inspiring journey with gsport and has encouraging #AdviceForSuccess for young netballers, dreaming of playing for South Africa. #MomentumFutures
Eastern Cape cricketer Giané Hartzenberg aspires to follow in the footsteps of #MomentumProteas’ Suné Luus and Marizanne Kapp as she aims to represent the senior national women’s cricket team one day. #MomentumFutures
Egyptian star Hana Goda became the youngest ITTF Africa Cup champion when she defeated Fatimo Bello 4-0 in the final, on Saturday, 28 May 2022, in Lagos, Nigeria.