Eastern Cape Sport, Recreation, Arts and Culture MEC, Fezeka Nkomonye, wants to close the gap between men’s and women’s sport, as she tells gsport about initiatives taking place in her province to address the plight of women in sport. #MondayMotivation
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Winning performances as young women in sport headline 2021 National Indigenous Games Festival in Durban, where KwaZulu-Natal are crowned National Champions for the 10th time
Senior Director of Sport at the University of Johannesburg, Nomsa Mahlangu, has been honoured by the Mpumalanga Provincial Government for her outstanding contribution to sport.
History maker and record breaker, Kgothatso Montjane has become the most celebrated athlete on the Momentum gsport Awards stage following her double victory at the 16th edition of Africa’s leading women’s sport awards, which unveiled its Class of 2021 on Tuesday #gsport16 #SheOwnsHerSuccess
Women in sport’s biggest night set to premiere on SuperSport Variety 4 on Tuesday, 31 August at 20:00 (CAT).
Public Voting for #gsport16 concluded midnight on Thursday with the process attracting interest from far and wide as 60 finalists tightly contested across 20 categories #SheOwnsHerSuccess
Gymnastics South Africa express their delight with the success of the inaugural Skipnation rope skipping challenge #GoGirls
The launch of the official NWC logo in Cape Town prepares South Africa to host Africa’s first ever Netball World Cup in 2023.
Sports Minister, Nathi Mthethwa, has announced seasoned sports administrator, Patience Shikwambana, as chair of 2023 Netball World Cup Board, which also includes Netball SA President Cecilia Molokwane, NSA CEO, Blanche de la Guerre and Department of Sport, Arts and Culture Deputy DG, Sumayya Khan.
Cricket South Africa praise the Momentum Proteas’ continuous success after receiving recognition from Minister Nathi Mthethwa at the Department of Sport, Arts and Culture’s Recognition of Sport Excellence Awards dinner