gsport bloggers Sinethemba Mbatha and Lerato Mkhondo convey a special send-off message to Busisiwe Mokwena, FIFA South Africa’s media representative for the 2019 Women’s World Cup in France
FIFA Women’s World Cup
UJ Sport Marketing and Communications Co-ordinator and gsport blogger Kimara Singh attended Brand South Africa’s launch of its #SASportsFriday initiative at the Wanderers Stadium on Friday, which aims to put women’s sports participation at the forefront of its campaign
A fierce, fearless, driven, about-women, passionate, fighter, funny and get-it-done kind-of-person, new gsport member and Limpopo correspondent for the SABC’s INFO HUB team, Lethabo Kganyago blogs about how she and a group of friends gave Limpopo-born Banyana Banyana players a meaningful send-off to the FIFA Women’s World Cup on Friday, 17 May
Billed as one of the FIFA Women’s World Cup’s most interesting groups by gsport member Sinethemba, England go up against 2011 World Cup champs Japan, and also featuring Scotland and Argentina
Multiple gsport Award winner and media all-rounder Rachel Makhura and five colleagues road-tripped from Joburg to Durban and back to support Banyana Banyana in their final pre-World Cup home fixture, she relates a story that will last as a cherished moments for the many that witnessed the spectacle.
A strong showing by Banyana Banyana in their final home fixture before the 2019 FIFA World Cup, drawing their international friendly 1-all with Jamaica in Durban on Sunday
The FIFA FIFA Women’s World Cup has doubled in participation and exploded in popularity since its launch in 1991, and gsport member Sinethemba dives into some of the tournament’s glowing highlights as she builds towards this year’s burning question: Who will be the Star of the 2019 Women’s World Cup?
Leandra Smeda had the foundations of a sporting family, but credits hard work, personal discipline and self-belief as essential ingredients in athletes looking to make it at the international level
Coach Vera Pauw to evaluate Banyana Banyana squad of 26 against Ghana’s Black Queens at the Dobsonville Stadium friendly on Sunday
South Africa has been named the host country for the 2016 FIFA Under 20 Women’s World Cup at a FIFA Executive Committee near San Salvador in Brazil