Tumi Ramokgopa Making Her Mark in Athletics

Sixteen-year old scholar Tumi Ramokgopa’s journey is a testimony to her love for setting new records on the athletics track, and she wants to take every opportunity to stand out and enjoy each athletic year to the best of her ability. Photo: Hilton Kotze / Africa Photographic

Sixteen-year old scholar Tumi Ramokgopa’s journey is a testimony to her love for setting new records on the athletics track, and she wants to take every opportunity to stand out and enjoy each athletic year to the best of her ability

Hockey Star Phumelela Mbande Embraces Motherhood

Former SA Women’s Hockey goalkeeper, Phumelela Hlophe, recently added ‘Mom’ to her bio. As she embraces her new role, Hlophe discusses how professionalising women’s sport would be a game-changer for mom elite athletes

Bulls and Boland Surge Ahead in Women’s Premier Division

Western Province's Voice Ndou on attack for one of her three ties in her team's 59 - 27 win over Free State Women on Saturday. The Bulls Daisies and Boland Dames kept their unbeaten records intact in the third round of the Women's Premier Division, while Border Ladies and Western Province remained in the top four with wins over the Sharks and Free State Women, on Saturday, 27 April, 2024. Photo: SA Rugby

The Bulls Daisies and Boland Dames kept their unbeaten records intact in the third round of the Women’s Premier Division, while Border Ladies and Western Province remained in the top four with wins over the Sharks and Free State Women.

Dr Desiree Ellis It Is

Banyana Banyana Head Coach Desiree Ellis was accompanied by members of her family and friends when she was awarded the Honorary Doctorate by the Cape Peninsula University of Technology in Cape Town on Thursday, 25 April, 2024. Photo: www.safa.net

Banyana Banyana Head Coach Desiree Ellis was accompanied by members of her family and friends when she was conferred an Honorary Doctorate by the Cape Peninsula University of Technology in Cape Town on Thursday

Nigeria Take Crucial 1-Nil Lead in Olympic Qualifier First Leg

Nigeria’s Super Falcons took a crucial 1-nil lead when Nigerian skipper Rasheedat Ajibade slotted a 43’ penalty for the tie’s only goal, in the first leg of the CAF Women’s Olympic qualifier at MKO Abiola Stadium in Abuja, Nigeria, on Friday