Ten of the Best Freedom In Sport Stars

As we approach #FreedomDay, we celebrate 10 Freedom in Sport Stars who have achieved incredible sporting highs and inspired a nation to believe in the power of their dreams. #gsportTop10.

South Africa commemorates Freedom Day on 27 April and to mark this day, we are focusing our latest gsport Top 10 List on the stars that have flown the flag […]

Happy Mother’s Day!

Kaitlyn Ramduth pictured with her U18 Singles Title at the Wilson Mini 3 Tournament. Photo: Wilson Tennis

South African women in sport use their voices to celebrate Mother’s Day as they share special memories of how their mothers have played a vital role in their sporting careers.

Minister to Honour SA Women in Sport

Women’s Month ends with Penny Heyns, Nolitha Fakude and Portia Modise among SA’s women in sport nobility to be honoured by SA Sports Minister

England U20 Beat SA for Rugby Quad Bronze

SA U20 Rugby team left with IRB Nations Cup quadrangular wooden spoon after their 27-3 defeat to hosts England in the 3rd/4th place play-off at Trent College in London on Sunday.

USA Hammer SA U20 in IRB Nations Cup

Yellow cards cost dearly as the USA hammer SA U20 six tries against one in their second IRB Nations Cup in London, with a stern test against Canada on Wednesday as their final pool-stage fixture

Historic Tour for U18 Sevens

In a boost for junior women’s sevens rugby, the SA U18s will head off on an historic trip to Australia for their Youth Olympic Festival. Springbok women’s coach Denver Wannies takes charge of the team dominated by coastal players, while former Springbok women’s captain Nomsebenzi Tsotsobe accompanies them as team manager.

Dorothy Tsotsobe Inducted into gsport Hall of Fame

Eastern Cape women’s rugby pioneer, Dorothy Tsotsobe has been honoured for her selfless contribution to the development of the women’s game in South Africa. She was unveiled as the 2011 gsport Hall of Fame inductee at the 6th Annual gsport Awards, at the prestigious Wanderers Club on Monday.