Rowing Saves Sandra Khumalo’s Life

In 2005, at the age of 24, Sandra Khumalo was living a normal life with her husband and daughter in Mpumalanga until one day it all changed forever when a truck hit into the Land Rover that she was travelling in. Khumalo was on her way to her work at a safari lodge at the Kruger National Park when the tragic car accident took place, damaging her spinal cord and leaving her paralysed from the waist down. Photo: Supplied

South African Paralympic rower, Sandra Khumalo vowed to embrace every moment of her life after surviving a tragic car accident which left her paralysed from the waist down. She shares her story of triumph.

Kelly Arends Marks a Decade of Tennis Success

Rising tennis star, Kelly Arends is continuing with her family’s tradition of playing the sport as she hopes to become a well-known international player one day. Photo: Supplied

Rising tennis star, Kelly Arends hopes to follow in the footsteps of her idol Serena Williams, as she celebrates 10 years in tennis. She chats to Celine Abrahams about the challenges in her quest to conquer the world of Tennis.

Asnath Sebati Impacts Lives of Future Tennis Stars

Junior tennis coach, and women empowerment champion, Asnath Sebati, is using her experience to help develop more players for the future. She also tells to Celine Abrahams about the challenges of being a black woman in sport and shares her greatest ambitions.

Makgosi Peloakgosi Wants to Put SA Squash on the Map

Makgosi Peloakgosi has a forensic sciences degree and is vocal about the importance of education. For now, her focus is on putting South African squash on the map. This rising professional squash star chats to Celine Abrahams about drawing inspiration from black women in sport.

Grace Chirumanzu Stands Up for Women’s Sport in Africa

Founder of The Sports Queen, Grace Chirumanzu’s vision is to establish a good network of sports journalists who are passionate about women’s sport in Africa. Zimababwe’s 2018 Sportswoman of the Year also chats to Kass Naidoo about her sports journey that has seen her impact sport as an athlete, administrator and media professional.

History Maker Thamae Eyes Mentorship Role

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

For the past six years, Zola Thamae has held fort as the only woman provincial cricket union president in South Africa. The formidable Free State Cricket Union President tells Kass Naidoo that women occupying leading roles for the first time need to be inducted and given ongoing support.

Kaitlyn Ramduth Sets Sight on International Tennis Career

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

Promising junior tennis star, Kaitlyn Ramuth, is rapidly making a name for herself both on the local and international front as she aims to proudly fly the South African flag high. She chats with Celine Abrahams about her greatest sporting dream and highlights of her career so far.

Living the Dream with Melissa Diawakana

Inspiring French professional basketballer, Melissa Diawakana, shares her global sports success story with gsport’s Kass Naidoo as she recounts her journey from Kinshasa to Paris and how she achieved her teenage dream of playing Euro League basketball.

Williams Sisters Boost Wheelchair Tennis

The Williams sisters will inspire budding able bodied and disabled tennis players, says South Africa’s Paralympian and number one ranked wheelchair tennis player KG Montjane.

Williams Sisters Inspire Next Generation

Women’s tennis in South Africa has been given the thumbs up by the legendary Williams sisters, who are in South Africa as part of the Breaking the Mould campaign. Tennis SA says more money is needed to make the women’s game a success.