SASCOC CEO Nozipho Jafta leads from the front at inaugural Athletes Commission Indaba, promising better support for the country’s leading athletes, and a commitment to developing future stars. #GoGirls #MembersOnly
Gauteng women fencers were the biggest winners at the Eastern Cape National Fencing Open which was hosted by the Excelsior EC Fencing Club.
SASCOC board member, Ilhaam Groenewald, is on a mission to ensure South Africa has sustainable and professional leagues for women’s sport.
The gsport initiative is proud to unveil our first set of monthly newsmakers in the build-up to our fourth gsport Annual List event in December 2022.
PR Manager, Content Producer and Social Media Manager, Maphuti Hlako, dreams to work with the Manchester United Communications Team, as she aims for international success in her career.
SASCOC appoints Autopax Operations, Sales, Marketing, Communication and Stakeholder Relations Executive, Nozipho Jafta, as new CEO starting in January 2022.
SASCOC First Vice President, Lwandile Simelane, says South Africa is pumped up for Birmingham Commonwealth Games following successful Queen’s Baton Relay Tour across the Rainbow Nation
High-powered guests in attendance as women’s sport own their success at South Africa’s only women’s sport newsmakers event at Johannesburg’s most Instagrammable venue. Read about what went down! #GAL2021
Sport Social Media strategist, Nqobile Ndlovu intends to compile sports business reports to give sports fans, sponsors, rights holders and athletes better insight into the financial side of the game. #BestMan
The Tokyo Summer Olympics will officially begin today, Friday, 23 July 2021, as South Africa will join more than 11 000 athletes from across the globe at the prestigious opening event at the Olympic Stadium #gsportGlobal #Tokyo2020