South African Senior Women’s National team, Banyana Banyana, have been boosted with overseas-based players for the Aisha Buhari Cup in Lagos, Nigeria.
Banyana Banyana head coach Desiree Ellis has named a 25-member squad for the Aisha Buhari Cup that will take place in Lagos, Nigeria in September #GoGirls
Banyana Banyana head up Group B as Africa’s top six national teams will be gunning for bragging rights at the upcoming Aisha Buhari Cup taking place in Nigeria this September #gsportAfrica
The Kenyan Women Beach Volleyball team qualified for the Tokyo Olympic Games for the first time after winning the CAVB Continental Cup in Agadir, Morocco on Sunday #MondayMotivation
Tokyo 2020 Olympic bound swimmer, Kaylene Corbett, is looking forward to competing at the Olympic Trials which will take place in Gqeberha from Wednesday.
Banyana Banyana head coach, Desiree Ellis, is hoping to use the FIFA Calendar dates to bring in overseas players to get her team back to full fitness ahead of the Africa Women Cup of Nations qualifiers.
All Africa Games gold medallist, Nosipho Mthembu, hopes her Momentum gsport Awards Ministerial award will pave the way for young girls interested in canoeing. Her current goal is to win the Dusi canoe marathon while long term she wants to represent South Africa at the Olympics.
Junior tennis coach, and women empowerment champion, Asnath Sebati, is using her experience to help develop more players for the future. She also tells to Celine Abrahams about the challenges of being a black woman in sport and shares her greatest ambitions.
Promising junior tennis star, Kaitlyn Ramuth, is rapidly making a name for herself both on the local and international front as she aims to proudly fly the South African flag high. She chats with Celine Abrahams about her greatest sporting dream and highlights of her career so far.
Michaela Whitebooi aims to make her Olympics dreams a reality as the judo practitioner has seen significant growth in her career over the past year