Chess player, Miracle May, is on a mission to preserve Indigenous Games in South Africa as she works her way to becoming an indigenous archaeologist. She chats to Tlamelo Kganakga about her journey #WCW
SA Emerging come back from 2-1 down to win One Day series over Thailand 3-2 as future national stars shine under rising international coach, Dinesha Devnarain #GoGirls
Kovsies record a convincing 55-39 win against Maties in the 2021 Varsity Netball final to win the title at the Coetzenburg Indoor Centre on Monday evening #GoGirls
Miné de Klerk flew the South African flag high after concluding her U20 World Championships journey with a gold medal and a record-breaking performance in two disciplines #gsportGlobal
The International Hockey Federation, the South African Hockey Association and North West University (NWU) will host the first Junior Hockey Women’s World Cup on African soil, in Potchefstroom from 5-16 December #GoGirls
The scramble for second place on the standings will be a big driving force for a few Women’s Premier Division teams this weekend as the competition enters round seven, while teams in Group 2 of the First Division will look to build on their momentum. #GoGirls
South African 400m hurdles specialist, Wenda Nel, posted the second-fastest world leading and Olympic qualifying time on Saturday, at the ACNW Open Meeting in Potchefstroom #GoGirls
Suzanie Pretorius upsets Russian top seed, Elizaveta Shebekina, to win her first ever ITF title in straight sets, at the ITF Junior Grade 5 tournament played at the North-West University in Potchefstroom
South African tennis star, Chanel Simmonds, progresses to the semi-final round of the Ilana Kloss International, beating Czech Republic’s Jesika Maleckova 7-5, 3-6, 6-4, to advance.
South African top women’s player, Chanel Simmonds, leads the country’s charge in the main draw as the second week of the Ilana Kloss International starting in Potchefstroom on Monday.