Lesotho are preparing to host the highly anticipated Africa Union Sports Council (AUSC) Region 5 Youth Games featuring 10 African countries competing in 11 sports codes from 3-12 December 2021 #gsportAfrica
Banyana Banyana were held to a goalless draw by a defensive Angola in the second Group A match at the Nelson Mandela University stadium on Friday.
The Zambian women’s senior football team have climbed a massive 10 places in the latest FIFA Women’s World Rankings released on Friday, the biggest jump of any of the 168 countries on the list #gsportAfrica
Defending champions Banyana Banyana have been drawn in a tough Group A against Malawi, Angola and Mozambique, in the upcoming COSAFA Women’s Championship that will take place in Gqeberha in November #GoGirls
Sydney native, Liz Mills, becomes the first female coach at the helm of a men’s team to qualify for the AfroBasket tournament after guiding the Kenyan Men’s Basketball side to their first event in 28 years.
Defending COSAFA Women’s Cup Champions, South Africa beat Angola 2-0, while Eswatini also claimed an opening victory against Comoros in Nelson Mandela Bay.
COSAFA announces fixtures for upcoming Senior Women’s and Under-17 Championship that will be staged concurrently in Nelson Mandela Bay in November.
Banyana Banyana stalwart, Noko Matlou, the first South African player, male or female, to win the CAF African Footballer of the Year Award, speaks to Celine Abrahams about her achievements. She also chats about her plans to develop the next generation of female footballers on the continent.
Rorisang Lesenyego is fast making a name for herself in bastketball. In an interview with gsport Vacation Reporter, Dineo Modise, the West Oaks Academy’s 16-year-old basketballer, talks about her journey and experience playing in the US
The Amawheelagirls basketball squad was recently announced as the Lwini Cup is set to take place later in November in Luanda, Angola