The DP World Lions Women have appointed legendary former Proteas Women’s cricketer Trisha Chetty as High-Performance wicket-keeping coach to the team, to add value to the lives of players from pipeline to professional, on and off the field
As Head Coach of the SA Junior National Rowing team, Caitlin Dace it committed to implementing progress after she was part of the University of Hertfordshire Women in Sport High Performance Program aimed at promoting gender equality in sport and coaching
FUFA has named South African tactician Sheryl Botes as Crested Cranes’ first foreign head coach, on a three-year deal. The former Banyana Banyana assistant coach becomes the to lead the Crested Cranes
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Montse Tomé paves the way as she takes up the role as Spain women’s national team coach – the first woman ever to be appointed to the position!
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.
Martelize van der Merwe and Angelique Taai feature in Cricket South Africa’s new intake for the Level 4 coaching program
South Africa’s Spar Proteas coach Norma Plummer expresses her desire to see current players venture into coaching roles in the national team.
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.
Banyana Banyana coach Desiree Ellis is listed among South African President Cyril Ramaphosa’s recipients of the country’s National Orders, The Order Of Ikhamanga. Ellis says this recognition is one of the highlights of her career as a coach.
For this week’s IG Live, gsport writer Lonwabo Nkohla chatted to former Banyana Banyana player and now UJ coach, Nthabeleng Modiko, who spoke on growing in her leadership role at university sport level.
Former South African International Claire Terblanche signs for Phoenix Cricket Club in Dublin, as player/coach for 2023.