ICF Declares 2022 the Year for Women in Chess

The International Chess Federation has leapt forward in its mission of forming gender equity policies, practices and programs after they declared 2022 the Year for Women in Chess. Photo: International Chess Federation (Facebook)

The International Chess Federation leaps forward in its mission of forming gender equity policies, practices and programs, declaring 2022 the Year for Women in Chess.
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Rowing SA Educating the Community

Rowing South Africa educated the community about rowing and gave non-rowing schools and members of the public an opportunity to learn about the sport at the SA National Indoor Rowing Extravaganza. Photo: Virginia Mabaso (Twitter)

Rowing South Africa held an SA National Indoor Rowing Extravaganza to educate non-rowing schools and members of the public about the sport.

Canoeing SA Amends Calendar

President of Canoeing South Africa Kim Pople and the race organisers of the country's biggest Summer events have agreed to roll out the national calendar by five weeks amidst the second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic that is gripping the country currently. Photo: Gameplan Media

Canoeing South Africa president Kim Pople confirms that the sports federation will amend its 2021 race calendar to ensure full compliance with lockdown restrictions to combat spread of the ongoing Covid-19 virus

Nnusi Gazi Aims to Leave a Legacy in Women’s Sport.

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.

Amanda Pakade Readies MSSA for Global Success

Mind Sports South Africa President, Amanda Pakade’s first term in office has seen her live up to her personal hashtag - #IWasBornToMakeAnImpact! Indeed an impact was evident in the lives of athletes as soon as she took office. Photo: Supplied

Mind Sports South Africa President, Amanda Pakade, heads into her second term in office after having made an immediate impact at the organisation over the past year. Pakade reveals how she’s had to adapt to life during a global pandemic, the challenges of keeping MSSA afloat and looking forward to the future.

Canoeing SA Firms Up Government Proposal

Canoeing South Africa have resubmitted their proposal to the Department of Sport, Recreation, Arts and Culture hoping for its members to return to training as soon as possible. Photo: Canoeing SA logo supplied

“We take these guidelines set out by the government very seriously and as a federation we have created a proposal that we feel adheres to all the rules and regulations.” – Canoeing SA President, Kim Pople, following the resubmission of documents to the Department of Sport, Arts and Culture.

Netball SA Optimistic About Resumption of Play

Netball South Africa President, Ms Cecilia Molokwane addressed members of the media on Monday 01 June 2020 during a virtual media briefing. The purpose of this briefing was to give members of the media an update on what has been happening at the federation. Photo: Supplied

Netball South Africa President, Cecilia Molokwane says the Telkom Netball League will take place this year. She shared this information and other updates with journalists as the federation prepares for resumption of play.

Virginia Mabaso Continues to Transform Rowing in SA

Virginia Mabaso’s goal is to impact every province in South Africa as she continues to develop the base of rowing from grassroots and introduce the sport into new districts. Photo: Supplied

Rowing South Africa’s Development Coordinator, Virginia Mabaso, aims to impact every province as she continues to develop rowing from grassroots and introduce the sport into new districts. She also chats to Celine Abrahams about championing female participation and juggling her career, fashion designing and family.