In our #BestMan feature, Eastern Province women’s cricket coach, Siya Nkosana, expresses his determination to develop cricketers from disadvantage areas with the province and keep the youth off the street.
French professional basketballer Melissa Diawakana has launched an exciting player development program to support the next generation of basketball stars.
Award-winning Kenyan sports journalist, Evelyn Watta, is using her role as Vice President of AIPS to mentor future journalists through the Youth Reporters Programme. She chats about her inspiring journey and aspirations.
Encouraging young girls to get involved, Mind Sports SA’s Clash Royale national champ Anneke Lourens chats about gaming, and the opportunities available for women in the sport
Young women sport stars use their voices to encourage South Africa’s youth to make their dreams a reality as the country celebrates Youth Day.
Ghana-born global sports broadcasting trailblazer, Benny Bonsu, is known as the Oprah of Sport because of her witty, straight to the point interviewing style. She tells Kass Naidoo about her passion for mentoring and her wish to be Africa’s Olivia Pope.
Border cricketer Angelique Taai has retired from her professional playing career after 18 years of service to the game, as she shifts her focus to mentoring the youth and senior team as coach
It’s hard to figure out how Thabiso Sikwane gets everything done, and still manage to be a devoted wife and a loving mom. Her latest challenge shows that this career woman is prepared to follow her dreams and at the same time, is hungry for adventure. The host of SAfm’s Afternoon Talk is planning to […]