2020 gsport Woman in Social Media, Jo Prins, has been an outstanding ambassador for the game of Netball. The Momentum gsport Awards winner believes the time is now to invest in women and has been using Social Media to empower women and young girls.
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SuperSport Sportscaster, Andee Mahamba, is ecstatic to be named in the Woman in Television category for #gsport15. Last year, Mahamba was a finalist in the Style Star category.
ABC News’s Brittany Carter continues to champion women’s sport in Australia by affording athletes the opportunity to share their stories on the Ladies Who League podcast platform. Carter chats to Selina Munsamy about the growing support of women’s sport and overcoming challenges in her career.
SPAR Proteas Goalkeeper, Zanele Vimbela’s career has seen her rise from South African university team, Madibaz, to signing with Strathclyde Sirens in the United Kingdom
The three-test SPAR Challenge Netball Series fixtures between the SPAR Proteas and the England Roses has been announced for the end of November
SPAR Proteas goal shooter, Lenize Potgieter, was in fine form during the 2019 Africa Netball Cup, and has said that she is eagerly waiting for the Netball World Cup to come to Cape Town in 2023
2019 has been a bitter-sweet year for Netball South Africa President Cecilia Molokwane, however her appointment as the new Africa Netball President and the SPAR Proteas team becoming a force to be reckoned with has given her a lease on life
SPAR Proteas’ international star Karla Pretorius continues to dominate on the court and has a huge fanbase among the Varsity Netballers following results after a survey revealed her as their favourite SA player
The 2019 Varsity Netball season is set to start on Monday and the eight participating teams have announced their squads as well as head coaches for the seven-week long tournament
South Africa was narrowly on the losing end of a pulsating semi-final between the SPAR Proteas and Australia at the Netball World Cup in Liverpool, going down 55-53 to the world no.1-ranked side