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MEC for Arts, Culture, Sport and Recreation, Hlengiwe Mavimbela, leads the way to ensure the growth of women’s football in KwaZulu-Natal, handing out necessary equipment to 16 teams in the province.
Leading women’s sport news provider gsport partners with Igunundu Press to re-package content into isiNguni to impact more communities and inspire young girls to play sport
Minister of Sport, Arts and Culture, Nathi Mthethwa, calls for more women representation in every sphere of South African sport following the release of the final 2019/20 Eminent Persons Group report, which shows an underrepresentation of women.
Banyana Banyana vice-captain, Refiloe Jane, is one of the nine Sport Management students from Tshwane University of Technology’s Department of Marketing, Logistics and Sport Management to join the gsport Trust on a CATHSSETA Sport Management internship
The spotlight was on women’s football this past Saturday as TuksFootball hosted its first ever Annual Women’s Football Conference, aimed at educating and informing teams about issues that affect the women’s game.
One year learnership up for grabs in Gauteng for aspiring sports administrators.
It’s often said that if South Africa is to produce quality sportsmen and women, the hard yards must be put in at junior level, when children are still at school. There is an increased awareness around the country of the importance of reviving school sport and promoting mass participation.