Social media joins in on the celebrations as former Banyana Banyana player turned corporate star, Lydia Monyepao, will be taking on her new role as SAFA Chief Operating Officer in June #MondayMotivation #GoGirls
Young leaders, Nqobile Gama, Sipokazi Sokanyile and Mathatho Manaka, are changing the game for women in sport as calls increase for more women in leadership positions in sporting organisations. In this week’s #MondayMotivation feature, we reflect on key advice previously shared by this star trio.
Brand South Africa Play Your Part Ambassador, Jabulile Gwala, is using her platforms to drive fitness and wellness around communities in South Africa. She chats to Celine Abrahams about her passion to champion the importance of mental and physical health.
Former Banyana Banyana player turned corporate star, Lydia Monyepao, is a sports leader on the rise. Recently making the shortlist for the SAFA CEO position has inspired this change maker to dream bigger, as she tells Celine Abrahams.
SPAR Proteas’ Lefébre Rademan catches the attention of England’s netball audience after debuting for London Pulse in the Vitality Netball Superleague.
Newly-appointed TuksSport Director and acting HPC CEO, Steven Ball, plans to elevate the university’s system to provide all athletes with equal opportunities. He chats about his journey and aspirations for Olympic-bound student-athletes.
SAFA is looking forward to a bumper 2021 with the SAFA National Women’s League increased to 14 teams, and the commencement of the CAF Women’s Champions League and the FIFA World Club Cup competitions.
Tennis SA confirms that its twin $25 000 ITF Ilana Kloss International events in February will take place under strict COVID-19 protocols at the North West University
African women’s sport boosted as Mail and Guardian backs gsport to power the coverage of women’s sport on the continent
CEO of SMinc Sports Management, Colin Francke, wants to positively impact the lives of sportswomen. He believes in gender equality and tells Celine Abrahams how he plays his part to reshape the narrative of women’s sport.