Central Gauteng Wrestling Association elected Bianca Taljaard as the first woman president of a provincial wrestling association in South Africa. #GoGirls
Pam Buwa and Sandi Diba successfully completed the purchase of United Brothers Ladies Football Club in the Eastern Cape and are ready for action in the Sasol League.
Two-time WNBA Champion Renee Montgomery is the first former women’s player to have both a stake in ownership and a leadership position as she co-buys former team, Atlanta Dream.
England cricket legend, Charlotte Edwards, has made history by becoming the first female President of the England and Wales Professional Cricketers’ Association, The PCA also introduces new Women’s Player Committee to give the women’s game a stronger voice.
Former Olympics competitor, Seiko Hashimoto’s appointment as Head of the Tokyo Olympic Games organising committee promotes gender equality, inclusivity and diversity to encourage and support women in sport.
On this final #WCW of 2020, we salute Women of Firsts who shattered barriers this year and encouraged us to reach higher!
Ten young women in SA’s provisional squad of 28 for the World U20 Athletics Champs in Nairobi, where age-related qualification requirements have dashed the hopes while opening the doors for younger athletes
Traditional media houses are slow to take notice when women’s sports news happens with men’s sport dominating the public attention – How can putting Women on the Agenda change the status quo?
SAFA President, Dr Danny Jordaan, introduces Elizabeth de Koker as the new SAFA NEC member and President of the Thabo Mofutsanyana Region in the Free State.
A first-ever World Table Tennis Championships is coming to South Africa in 2023 as Durban cracks the nod to host historic event.