gsport blogger Snoni Mlenzana posts her review of the just-completed drawn ODI series between the Proteas Women and Pakistan
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Current World Champions SA Ladies Masters Indoor Cricket team have created a Back-a-Buddy page where you can make a contribution to help the 26-member squad’s quest to defend their title at the World Series 2019 in Cape Town this October
Get to know South Africa’s newly-crowned 100m champion, Tebogo Mamatu, as the champ talks about her roots, her ambition to record a sub-11s 100m, the humbling role of competitors on the track and some advice to ambitious young athletes.
Very passionate about the gender equality in the gaming industry, competitive esports careerist Dr Janine Brandt has been co-opted to oversee Mind Sports SA’s Women’s Desk.
She has represented South Africa and won medals galore, but senior ‘trike’ para-cyclist Toni Mould dreams of closing a circle by participating at am SASAPD Championships as a senior cyclist.
A passion for sport is a full circle, gsport member and South African 2014 Youth Olympics Ambassador Rabi Mpete blogs about how it all started for her, and what it takes to work at SASCOC on delivering Team South Africa.
In Abidjan today for the start of the African Youth and Junior Athletics Champs, new sensation Rogail Joseph dreams of qualifying for the Olympics!
With the benefit of her 15-year journalism career in print and printed media, Titanium Media SA proprietor and gsport member Sheetal Cross shares 6 tips which will help empower budding women entrepreneurs to tap into mainstream media resources.
For the first time since the event’s inception in 2001, South Africa’s largest Women’s Day Celebration, the Totalsports Women’s Race will be hosted across Johannesburg, Cape Town and Durban on National Women’s Day, to be celebrated on Friday, 9 August 2019.
gsport Member Sinethemba takes a closer look at Group A at the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup in France, focussing on the hosts alongside their group competitors Korea, Norway and Nigeria.
From its humble beginnings two and a half years ago, The Popping Crease’s incredible journey continues to uplift its London-born but Proteas-supporting creator Fatima Ahmed, who blogs about her experiences as a female cricket vlogger in a male-dominated world.
Sinethemba writes: If you have been wondering what inspired the official poster of the FIFA Women’s World Cup, then this article is for you! – “Our goal is to keep you updated about every detail of this magnificent women’s tournament”