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.
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Mariska Venter Obtains Bcom Degree in Marketing

South Africa’s wheelchair tennis star, Mariska Venter has officially obtained her Bcom degree in Marketing from University of South Africa, as announced by Tennis South Africa on Wednesday, 26 October 2022. Photo: Tennis SA (Twitter)

South Africa’s wheelchair tennis star, Mariska Venter has officially obtained her Bcom degree in Marketing from University of South Africa, as announced by Tennis South Africa on Wednesday, 26 October 2022.
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#BestMan Jean Willers Backs Rise of Women’s Sport Leaders

Nielsen Sports South Africa MD Jean Willers is passionate about the rise of the girl child and encourages aspiring young leaders make education and skills development their focus if they are serious about getting into the business of sport. Photo: gsport

Nielsen Sports South Africa MD Jean Willers is passionate about the rise of the girl child and encourages aspiring young leaders make education and skills development their focus if they are serious about getting into the business of sport
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SA Women in Sport Successfully Complete ESA Diploma

gsport’s Content Lead, Celine Abrahams, successfully completed the ESA Sponsorship and Marketing Diploma 2021 course. Photo: Supplied

gsport’s Content Lead, Celine Abrahams, blogs about successfully completing the ESA Diploma alongside SA’s top student and MSC Sports’ Carrie Delaney, and Cricket South Africa’s Leila Steyn-Daku and Kim Lugube.
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#MondayMotivation – Inspired by Future Sports Leaders

Rising Sponsorships Manager, Nqobile Gama, is aiming to change the game and encourage more women to pursue leaderships positions. Photo: Supplied

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.

Pillay, Mthembu and Watta Inspire Next Generation

South African sprinter and two-time Olympian, Geraldine Pillay, previously pictured at the second Geraldine Pillay Fun Run/Walk held in Macassar in 2015. The 100m Olympic sprinter ploughs back into the community where she grew up through sport and also runs a number of athletic programmes in the town. Photo: DistrictMail (Facebook)

Be inspired by Geraldine Pillay, Precious Mthembu and Evelyn Watta in this week’s #MondayMotivation focus as we encourage you to remain focused on achieving your sporting dreams on and off the field. #GoGirls