Kyra van Kan is the first-ever champion of the 54-hole Africa Amateur Women’s Invitational. winning by 9 shots after completing a wire-to-wire victory at Leopard Creek in Mpumalanga, South Africa, on Friday
The ‘Freedom to unapologetically be myself’ is one reason top gamer Je’nielle Cavanagh, loves eSports, and having qualified with Team Bang Bang for the SA National Mobile Legends team trials, she has an eye on the African prize in Morocco
Kyra van Kan strengthened her hold on the Africa Amateur Women’s Invitational lead after a one-under-par 71 on day 2 of the inaugural African Amateur Championship at Leopard Creek in Mpumalanga on Thursday
SA Women’s Stroke Play champion Kyra van Kan took the overnight lead after day 1 of the inaugural African Amateur Championship at Leopard Creek in Mpumalanga, South Africa, on Wednesday, 21 February, 2024.
he first-ever playing of the Africa Amateur Championship will feature 20 elite women’s amateur golfers competing over 54 holes at the prestigious Leopard Creek Country Club in Mpumalanga, South Africa, from 21-24 February, 2024.
Banyana Banyana coach Desiree Ellis has announced the final 23-woman squad for the two-legged Olympic Third Round qualifier against Tanzania, away on Friday 23 February, and at Mbombela Stadium on Tuesday, 27 February
Featuring a mix of youth and experience, the African Games will be a stepping stone towards bigger accomplishjments for the younger members of the Team SA, with the squad gunning for another big medal haul in Ghana, from 8-23 March 2024.
Former Banyana Banyana captain and accomplished Supersport football expert Amanda Dlamini said that being the first-ever women to commentate at an African Cup of Nations was the biggest day of her life.
With the Olympics a big focus on the sporting calendar in 2024, B-Girl Courtnae’ Paul is hoping to book her ticket to Paris to represent South Africa in Breakdancing at her Olympic Qualifyers in Singapore and Budapest this May and June
Mamelodi Sundowns Ladies Football Club has laid the foundation as one of the most formidable females clubs on the African Continent, after being named the IFFHS Best Women’s Club in Africa of the Year, for the second consecutive year
Trailblazing South African referee Akhona Makalima will be one of five female officials at the upcoming African Cup of Nations, set to take place in the Ivory Coast from 13 January – 11 February 2024
It might be a new year but that isn’t stopping Desiree Ellis from being at the top of her game! The Banyana Banyana mentor was in 7th place on the International Federation of Football History and Statistics (IFFHS) rankings for Women’s World Best National Coach.