Caster Semenya Wins Against CAS

Photo Caption: Caster Semenya's latest victory has lead the newswires around the world, and in El PAIS' sports update about this case, the popular South African track star is seen showing 'V' for victory after the European Court of Human Rights was reported to have found in favour of former world 800m champion that the CAS failed to provide Semenya with sufficient protection. Photo: EL PAIS Deportes (Twitter)

The European Court of Human Rights has found that the Centre for Arbitration in Sport did not afford Caster Semenya sufficient institutional and procedural safeguards in her appeal against World Athletics. #GoGirls

Tholakele Mnganga’s Aspirations for Women in Sport

EWN Sports Reporter Tholakele Mnganga has dreams of dominating the sport industry as she would like to host a podcast, sharing the ins and outs of women’s sport. Photo: Supplied

EWN Sports Reporter, Tholakele Mnganga, has dreams of dominating the sport industry as she would like to host a podcast, sharing the ins and outs of women’s sport. She chats to Nonto Nothana about the need to prioritise women in sport #FF

Olivia Williams Serving the Boxing Community

Qualified Attorney, Olivia Williams, is using her knowledge and expertise to assist boxers in Western Cape to steer them on the right path to success. Photo: Supplied

Qualified Attorney, Olivia Williams, is using her knowledge and expertise to assist boxers in Western Cape to steer them on the right path to success. She chats to Tlamelo Kganakga about her passion for sport.

Miracle May Aims to Put Indigenous Games on the Map

Chess player, Miracle May, is on a mission to preserve Indigenous Games in South Africa as she works her way to becoming an indigenous archaeologist. Photo: Supplied

Chess player, Miracle May, is on a mission to preserve Indigenous Games in South Africa as she works her way to becoming an indigenous archaeologist. She chats to Tlamelo Kganakga about her journey #WCW