Supermarket giant SPAR announced its R35m 4-year renewed sponsorship of Netball South Africa at the opening of the annual SPAR national championships in Durban, on Tuesday, 9 August, 2016.
The Brutal Fruit Netball Premier League launched its third season at SAB’s World of Beer ahead of Friday’s start to the eight-week tournament contested by 10 teams
Sport and sponsorship research firm BMi says Netball leads a resurgence of commercial interest in women’s sport
Leading South Africans step forward to acknowledge the unequalled support for women in sport by SA Minister of Sport, Fikile Mbalula, and the Dept. of Sport and Recreation South Africa
Netball South Africa’s Mimi Mthethwa expects top standard in high stakes 2015 #BrutalFruitNPL pitting the very best netball players against each other
Mimi Mthethwa has thrown Netball SA’s support behind Durban’s bid to host the Commonwealth Games in 2022
Netball President Mimi Mthethwa has unveiled ambitious targets for the federation’s 2015 season, including a top-5 finish by the SPAR Proteas at the Netball World Cup in Australia this July
SPAR Proteas defender Phumza Maweni joins SA skipper Maryka Holtzhausen at UK Netball Superleague team Loughborough Lightning
Benny Saayman replaces Elize Kotze at Netball SA, her appointment as Head Coach of the SPAR Proteas together with assistants Dr Elsje Jordaan and Martha Mosoahle for the team’s 2015 Netball World Champs campaign in August.
Former SPAR Proteas netball head coach Elize Kotze has handed in her resignation, citing trying personal circumstances