What Freedom Means to Bongi Msomi

Being afforded many opportunities as a netball player is something that Bongi Msomi doesn’t take for granted. South Africa is set to celebrate Freedom Day in a few days and the netball stalwart has been part of the game since she was a youngster when the country was still a new democracy. Msomi thinks that it is because of this liberty she has managed to flourish into an indomitable force within the game. All Photos: Supplied

Amidst the celebration of Freedom Day, netball icon and namesake founder of the Bongi Msomi Legacy Project, Bongi Msomi highlights the abundant opportunities women are embracing in our democratic nation. #FreedomInSport #StandTall #WCW

Here are the Newsmakers in the #GAL2024’s First Intake

We kick off 2024 with the first intake for the gsport Annual List – #GAL2024 – with ten of the best athletic performances, whether by a team or by an individual, drawn from news reports in the gsport Newsroom for the months of November and December 2024.

Simphiwe Dludlu Furthers Studies in USA

SAFA U17 Women’s National Team Head Coach Simphiwe Dludlu is grateful for the opportunities presented to her as she is in the USA to further her studies in the International Coaching Enrichment Program.

ICC Welcomes New Women Coaches to Its Growing Master Educator Programme

Following a week-long course in Dubai, the International Cricket Council announce the introduction of nine new females to its network of ICC Coach Master Educators, who will oversee the development of ICC Tutors and cricket coaches worldwide through the ICC Training and Education programme.
#gsportGlobal #GoGirls