Naledi Aphane’s X Factor takes her to NewsX in India

Naledi Aphane is living her dream. At just 27 years old, she has already achieved more than most people could imagine. She is a sportscaster for NewsX, an award-winning 24-hour English news television channel in India. Photo: Supplied

South Africa sports journalist Naledi Aphane recently bagged a deal with News X, a 24-hour English news television channel in India, ahead of the 2023 ICC Cricket World Cup. Her industrious work and her social media acumen has set her apart

ICC Welcomes New Women Coaches to Its Growing Master Educator Programme

Following a week-long course in Dubai, the International Cricket Council announce the introduction of nine new females to its network of ICC Coach Master Educators, who will oversee the development of ICC Tutors and cricket coaches worldwide through the ICC Training and Education programme.
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T20 Women’s World Cup Shatters Records, Inspires New Generation

The Mayoral celebration following the Proteas Women’s standard-setting silver medal, at the ICC T20 Women’s World Cup 2023 this March, in Cape Town. Photo: Proteas Women

Just in: The ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2023 shattered records and created a long-term legacy for women’s cricket in South Africa! With global viewing hours reaching 192 million, the appetite for women’s cricket is on the rise. Read more about the event’s success here.