Gauteng North netball coach Elize Kotze is on a mission – she wants to empower the girls and women of South Africa through netball. Kotze, who has been appointed by the International Federation of Netball Associations (IFNA) to promote netball in Africa, says she believes netball has the ability to change lives. “Netball put me […]
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The fourth annual Kellogg’s Health of the Nation 50-hour sports challenge kicks off in Cape Town in September, with the Johannesburg event coinciding with National Nutrition Week in October. National sports stars and celebrities will be on hand to encourage South African children to participate in sports and promote healthy lifestyles. Each event will see […]
Last year, the South African Paralympic team was the toast of Beijing after breaking nine World records and eight Paralympic records and finishing 6th on the gold medals table. Overall the team ended 13th out of 148 countries, with their medal tally also including three silver and six bronze medals. With the London 2012 Games […]
My name is Fabienne Natasha Lanz. I am 22 years old and I was born on the 10th of December 1986 in Johannesburg, South Africa. I was schooled at the German International School in Johannesburg. I did my matric through Damelin correspondence though as I was away racing so much that I lost out on […]
Former Banyana Banyana captain and 2010 FIFA World Cup ambassador Desiree Ellis has been inducted into the gsport Hall of Fame at a breakfast held in Johannesburg on Thursday, attended by influential women across sport, business and entertainment, to celebrate the 2009 gsport Awards. The gsport Awards is held to celebrate the best of South […]
My name is Rachel Kelsey Colenso. I am 39 years old and was born in Pretoria. My parents ran safaris in the Okavango and so my very early life was spent in the Okavango Delta. I went to school at Rand Park High, in Gauteng, and then went to university at Wits. I studied Fine […]
Girlsport is an Academy that offers soccer training to girls in a safe, fun environment, where every training session is disciplined, professional and structured. Our motto being “A beautiful game for beautiful girls”.
"If the doors of perception were cleansed," wrote the great poet and mystic William Blake "everything would appear to man as it is."
On Sunday 19 October M-net Angels Walking For Breast Cancer will be walking around Kyalami Grand Prix Circuit in Johannesburg, in support of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
gsport’s favourite petrol head, Clare Vale, the first female driver in the Wesbank V8 Supercar Championship, writes in to relate news of her sponsorship by Veyance Technologies Africa, who have re-entered motorsport sponsorship with this ringing endorsement of the Flying Vale in her Ford Mustang V8 Supercar, as she burns rubber around the country in […]