Lesotho triple jumper, Lerato Sechele’s recent gold medal winning performance in Potchefstroom has encouraged her to continue striving to achieve her goal of qualifying for the Tokyo Olympic Games. She chats to Nonto Nothana about her journey to date.
World Rugby’s reach across Africa grew further as Algeria and Burundi became full members of the international federation following approval at the World Rugby Council meeting. #GoGirls
South African hockey volunteer, Nonhlanhla Mtolo, is using her vast domestic experience to positively impact the international scene. Mtolo currently plays a duel role as Team Manager and Technical Official.
Junior tennis coach, and women empowerment champion, Asnath Sebati, is using her experience to help develop more players for the future. She also tells to Celine Abrahams about the challenges of being a black woman in sport and shares her greatest ambitions.
Central Gauteng Lions Cricket Administrator, Takatso Mkhwanazi, is playing a vital role in ensuring that schools from primary level invest in developing girl cricketers for the national team. She chats to gsport member, Selina Munsamy, about the challenges women’s cricket faces and her plans for the future.
Promising junior tennis star, Kaitlyn Ramuth, is rapidly making a name for herself both on the local and international front as she aims to proudly fly the South African flag high. She chats with Celine Abrahams about her greatest sporting dream and highlights of her career so far.
South Africa to host top ITF continental event in another boost for junior tennis
The South African swimming team continued to dominate the pool on Thursday evening after Kaylene Corbett and Samantha Randle earned gold medals on the second day of the aquatics programme at the All African Games
Michaela Whitebooi has earned South Africa’s first medal at the African Games in Rabat, Morocco, claiming a silver medal in the judo final against tournament favourite Chaimae Eddinari and will be the team’s flagbearer for Monday’s opening ceremony
Well done to the SA Under-14 team of Kaitlyn Ramduth, Anna Wise and Carle Botha, who finished 15th position at the World Junior Tennis Finals in Prostejov, Czech Republic on Saturday