South African women in sport use their voices to celebrate Mother’s Day as they share special memories of how their mothers have played a vital role in their sporting careers.
Professional golfers, Siviwe and Yolanda Duma, seek donations as they suffer harsh financial realities that may hinder their chances of participating in the Pro Sunshine Tour
SA golfing talent Kaiyuree Moodley has announced exciting news on Monday that she has been signed on a four-year academic scholarship by the University of South Carolina in the USA
Eight year old self-made chess whiz Minentle Miya – the youngest-ever gsport Awards finalist – is up against leading SA U16 squash star, Awande Malinga and SA’s 2nd-ranked junior golfer, Kaiyuree Moodley, for the 2019 gsport Schools Sport Star Award.
Keabetswe Taele, Marisa Calvert and Lali Stander – exceptional women who have all gone above and beyond in raising the profile of women’s sport in South Africa – are finalists for the 2019 gsport Women in PR and Sponsorship award.
Ekurhuleni (2019 Swiss Team Trophy champs) and Mpumalanga (Challenge Trophy champs) came up trumps in the SA Women’s 72-Hole Teams Championship in Vereeniging on Wednesday
Kajal Mistry wins the 2019 Women’s Stroke Play title in emphatic style after holding on to the lead every day of the championship at the Woodhill Residential Estate and Country Club to scoop her second title
US-bound on a golf scholarship but Kajal Mistry keen to tick off golf’s big double starting at the SA Women’s Amateur Championships, at the Woodhill Golf Estate in Tshwane on 28 April
Junior golf shares the gsport leading weekend sports news headlines alongside track performances at the Gauteng North Championships and Varsity Athletics meets over the weekend
Indian rookie and former World Deaf Championship winner Diksha Dagar won the Investec South African Women’s Open – in only her fourth professional start – at Westlake Golf Club in Cape Town on Saturday