Danelle Wentzel Puts SA Archery on The Map

Danelle Wentzel Puts SA Archery on The Map

Compound archer Danelle Wentzel once said that archery is a mind game and the one who can handle the pressure the best is the one who is going to win. It is that attitude that saw Wentzel win a gold medal during the Archery World Cup in Antalya last year.to give South...
Laura Wolvaardt Keeping Her Momentum Going

Laura Wolvaardt Keeping Her Momentum Going

Momentum Proteas batting star, Laura Wolvaardt, started 2020 on a high note grabbing global attention as she was named among the best as she was included in the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup Team of the Tournament. The 20-year-old’s cricket career has grown in leaps and...
Mignon du Preez Breaking New Ground

Mignon du Preez Breaking New Ground

After 13 years of dedication to the Momentum Proteas team, stalwart Mignon du Preez still remains on top of her game and in the process has attracted a personal sponsor to back her journey. Du Preez recently celebrated her 100th T20I match at the ICC Women’s T20 World...
Lethabo Kganyago’s Transition into Sports Journalism

Lethabo Kganyago’s Transition into Sports Journalism

The power is with the people and we have decided to start listening more. We want to know who your women’s sport community heroes are, and whose stories should we be telling. Last week, gsport Editor, Kass Naidoo, asked Twitter followers whose story gsport should be...
World Cup Winner Rene Naylor Comes Full Circle

World Cup Winner Rene Naylor Comes Full Circle

Twelve years ago, Rene Naylor broke new ground when she became the first ever female physiotherapist of the Springboks men’s team, having worked ten years before eventually receiving the call-up in 2008. After seven years at the top of her game, and having experienced...