South Africa’s wheelchair tennis history maker, Kgothatso Montjane, bows out of Wimbledon with a runners-up singles category medal to go with her runners-up doubles medal, as South Africa celebrates one of its greatest sportswomen #gsportGlobal
Champion wheelchair tennis star, Kgothatso Montjane and partner, Lucy Shuker, put up a strong fight to earn runner-up medals in the Wimbledon women’s doubles final #gsportGlobal
Sasol Banyana Banyana coach Desiree Ellis selects her strongest squad to face Netherlands in a friendly match in preparation for the CAF AWCON qualifiers that will kick off later this year #GoGirls
Rising tennis star, Zoë Kruger, books place in second round of the Ilana Kloss International, beating Canada’s Carol Zhao with a hard-fought three-sets in Potchefstroom.
Rising hockey player Edith Molikoe is keeping a positive outlook on life, as she pursues her goal of representing South Africa at the Olympic Games in Tokyo next year. The young athlete chats to Celine Abrahams about her journey and future aspirations.
Sports Scientist and WP Women’s Cricket Team Manager, Gabi-Lee Van Der Westhuizen chats to gsport Member, Selina Munsamy, about her journey in cricket and her aspirations to go global.
South African top-seed Chanel Simmonds sailed into the second round of the SA Tuks International tournament after a 6-2 6-0 victory over local junior Cayline Le Grange in Pretoria on Wednesday
South Africa’s wheelchair tennis star, Kgothatso Montjane suffered a loss in both the singles and doubles Wheelchair semi-final events, at Wimbledon in London on Friday
South Africa’s leading women’s tennis ace, Kgothatso Montjane pulled off an impressive comeback yesterday, Thursday, 11 July, as she outshone Germany’s Sabine Ellerbrock to earn a spot in the semi-final round at Wimbledon.
SA’s no.1 wheelchair tennis Kg Montjane aims to cap a successful year by aiming for success during her year-end European tour of Bath and Prague