Nomsa Mahlangu Plans to Create Opportunities in Sport on the Continent

President of University Sports South Africa and Federation of Africa University Sports, Nomsa Mahlangu, pictured at the 2019 Momentum gsport Awards where she was honoured with a Ministerial Award for her outstanding contribution to sport as well as women in sport. Photo: gsport

Lifelong sport advocate and 2019 Momentum gsport Ministerial Award recipient, Nomsa Mahlangu, is determined to use her position as President of Federation of Africa University Sports to create better sporting opportunities. She is also eager to ensure that education remains a key factor in every athletes’ life.

Madibaz Senior Players Must Lead From the Front

SPAR Madibaz coach, Lana Krige has pointed out that her senior players must lead from the front when they meet North-West University in a crunch encounter on Monday to determine which of the two sides will advance to the semi-finals

Twin Netball Success a Highlight for Madibaz

The SPAR Madibaz team enjoyed one of their most notable periods in Varsity Netball when, for the first time, they defeated both Free State University and North-West University in one season.

Zim Joins World Varsity Netball Champs

The International University Sports Federation has since approved Zimbabwe’s late entry to the World University Netball Championships, in Cape Town at the Good Hope Centre from 2-7 July

College Coach Calls Up National Big Guns

University Sport SA coach Dorette Badenhorst excited to include 4 Spar Protea players in USSA team for inaugural World University Netball Championships in Cape Town during July

Rest In Peace Yvonne

Yvonne Phiri, a member of the SPAR South African Netball Team, has died in a car crash 4km from Hartebeesfontein on Saturday night. Phiri, 21, was returning to her parent’s […]