Mkhwanazi Investing in Future Women Cricketers

Mkhwanazi Investing in Future Women Cricketers

Takatso Mkhwanazi graduated in Public Relations from Damelin College in 2015 and never dreamt that she would end up part of the Central Gauteng Lions Cricket Board a year later. Two years down the line, she holds the title of Girls and Women’s Cricket Administrator....
Student-Athletes Remain Our Dose of Inspiration

Student-Athletes Remain Our Dose of Inspiration

Over just a few weeks, Coronavirus (COVID-19) has changed almost everything. From how students are educated around the world; and, of course, our passion that is sport. However, these changes have also given us a glimpse of how technology can reshape our spaces and...
Ebi Onome Makes History And Paves The Way

Ebi Onome Makes History And Paves The Way

Nigerian international footballer, Ebi Onome, is paving the way for women footballers in Africa. Onome has lifted the African Women’s Cup of Nations trophy four times with the Super Falcons. In 2019, she made history by becoming the first African player to appear at...
Eibar Rugby Renews Babalwa Latsha’s Contract

Eibar Rugby Renews Babalwa Latsha’s Contract

Springbok Women’s captain, Babalwa Latsha, has continued to lead the way for South African women in rugby as she took to social media to announce news of her contract renewal with Eibar Women’s Rugby Club in Spain. In her Twitter post Latsha (@BabalwaLatsha) said,...
Dr Johmari Logtenberg Finds New Success

Dr Johmari Logtenberg Finds New Success

In August 2003, a new women’s cricket star was born in South Africa. At the age of 14, Johmari Logtenberg became the second youngest Test player of all time, when she made her Test debut for the Proteas women’s cricket team. Logtenberg was a special all-round talent,...