Mamelodi Sundowns Ladies advance to the final of the inaugural CAF Women’s Champions League, beating Malabo Kings 5-4 on penalties at El Salam Stadium in Egypt
Tayla Kavanagh achieves new personal best time of 32:10 to win the inaugural ABSA Durban 10k City Run and be crowned new SA 10km Champion in her first year as a senior athletes. #GoGirls
Televised games and national platform boosts netball in Zululand as Telkom Netball Challenge unearths new stars #TelkomNC #TNCisHere
British Wheelchair Basketball announced the inaugural Women’s Premier League, a first-of-its-kind for women’s wheelchair basketball in the world and very first professional para-sport league in the United Kingdom.
The Moroccan Football Federation is set to host the inaugural CAF Women’s Champions League competition, three months after becoming the first North African country to win the bid to host the African Women’s Cup of Nations.
Accolades continue to stream in for Shabnim Ismail as the Momentum Proteas pace-bowler wins the first ever ICC Women’s Player of the Month Award for January.
Captain Agnes Nkosi talks about Mamelodi Sundowns Ladies returning to training as the club prepares to defend their #SNWL title, and to seek continental success in the inaugural Women’s CAF Champions League
Mamelodi Sundowns Ladies head coach, Jerry Tshabalala, is changing the face of women’s football as he plays his part developing future stars. He chats about the inaugural #SNWL season, and aspirations to participate in the Women’s Club World Cup.
South African female footballers have dominated the news space in the month of July after securing lucrative international contracts, with Rhoda Mulaudzi and Lebogang Ramalepe being the latest. Mulaudzi made […]
Mamelodi Sundowns Ladies officially confirmed SNWL champions and while JVW and MaIndies are promoted after SAFA resolved to conclude league early, with a few matches still to be played.
BREAKING NEWS: Cecilia Molokwane named first-ever gsport Annual List Newsmaker of the Year
Its the Boks vs Kenya in a winner-takes-all title decider on Saturday with Africa’s top two rugby nations aiming to qualify for the 2021 Rugby World Cup in New Zealand, the first time the tournament will be held in the southern hemisphere