The eThekwini Surfriders Association are delighted with the exponential growth of women surfers as 33 young girls entered the season opening event, outnumbering their male counterparts at Durban’s uShaka Beach.
Zimbabwe Captain, Mary-Anne Musonda, is determined to play her part in turning things around for women’s cricket in Zimbabwe. Her dream is to lead the national team to a World Cup and to become one of the top 10 women’s players in the world
Cricket South Africa Media Manager, Sipokazi Sokanyile, is playing a significant role in the media game, which has seen her journey from intern to international media star. She chats to Celine Abrahams about her love for cricket and her passion to see women in sport thriving.
Daniella Rhodes is a chip off the old block. The daughter of legendary South African cricketer, Jonty Rhodes, is successfully making her mark on the hockey field in the United States for Liberty University. She chats to Celine Abrahams about her hockey journey and her passion for fashion merchandising.
As she eyes out a potential spot at the 2021 Olympic Games in Tokyo, South Africa’s most decorated sprint canoeist, Bridgitte Hartley, reflects on her career that has spanned more than a decade and a half.
Tshwane, South Africa, has been announced as the host venue for the 2023 World Masters Regatta as Africa’s prepares to host the prestigious event for the first time ever.
Banyana Banyana partnered with the Zimbabwean national team on a CSI initiative at the Khanyisa School for the Blind in Nelson Mandela Bay to share their experiences on the field and to inspire the next generation
Banyana Banyana’s Mamello Makhabane speaks out about her 100th cap for the national team, and their COSAFA Women’s Champs semi-final against Zimbabwe in PE on Wednesday
Educational commitments force team changes on Basetsana coach Simphiwe Dludlu, who names an amended squad to take part in the first-ever U20 COSAFA Championship, in Nelson Mandela Bay from 1 August
Hats off to Banyana Banyana internationals Rhoda Mulaudzi (Apollon Ladies FC, Cyprus), Jermaine Seoposenwe and Nothando Vilakazi (both for Gintra Universiteta, Lithuania) on being signed for UEFA Women’s Champions League action this season.