ICC announces qualification for the rescheduled Women’s T20 World Cup to be hosted in South Africa. The host and seven top team on the MRF Tyres ICC Women’s T20I Team Rankings as end of November 2021 automatically qualify for the 2023 edition.
“I believe that women have the same rights as men to follow and pursue their dreams,” reveals Comrades Marathon icon, Nick Bester. He plans to use the next years of his life to develop future female athletes. Bester recently suffered a brutal assault while training in Magaliesberg.
Banyana Banyana stalwart, Noko Matlou, is giving back to her community in Limpopo by hosting the First Annual Noko Matlou Soccer Tournament in December.
Netball South Africa’s Head of Communications and Media, Nnusi Gazi, is passionate about elevating women’s sport and hopes to one day leave a legacy for the next generation. He is also using the lessons learnt from the 2019 Vitality Netball World Cup to bring a new dimension to the world of local media.
A year ago, Banyana Banyana international striker, Thembi Kgatlana, slotted her name into the history books at the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup, and has since seen her star rise on the world stage. Celine Abrahams takes a look at how Kgatlana’s career has progressed.
Paralympic icon, Natalie du Toit, joins hundreds of swimmers on the first day of the aQuellé Midmar Mile at the Midmar Dam near Pietermaritzburg on Saturday
The penultimate event of the Quattro ROAG Series takes place this weekend as Christie-Leigh Hearder will be needing to win her final two races to claim a perfect 600-point score, while Saray Gray has ensured she will emerge as champion for trail running
South Africa’s Gillian Sanders and Simone Ackermann will be among 67 athletes competing at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Qualification Event in Odaiba Park as they look to earn their spots at the prestigious showcase next year
Well done to the SA Under-14 team of Kaitlyn Ramduth, Anna Wise and Carle Botha, who finished 15th position at the World Junior Tennis Finals in Prostejov, Czech Republic on Saturday
Tournament third-seeded Menna Hamed (Egypt) beat South African favourite Milnay Louw in straight games to win the 2019 Growthpoint SA Squash Open Final, in Cape Town on Saturday