Jessica Motaung Elected to Another High-Ranking CAF Role 

Kaizer Chiefs Marketing and Commercial Director Jessica Motaung has been elected as the First Deputy Chairperson of the African Clubs Association. Motaung has cemented her place as a key player in football administration on the continent. Photo: Supplied

Kaizer Chiefs Marketing and Commercial Director Jessica Motaung has been elected as the First Deputy Chairperson of the African Clubs Association. Motaung has cemented her place as a key player in football administration on the continent.

Five Women to Watch in 2022

As the year winds down and we look ahead to 2022, gsport has chosen five women in Lydia Monyepao (pictured), Miné de Klerk, Mpumi Manyisi, Nonkululeko Mlaba and Simoné Kruger who all have what it takes to rise to a winning 2022 #GoGirls!

As the year winds down and we look ahead to 2022, gsport has chosen five women in Lydia Monyepao, Miné de Klerk, Mpumi Manyisi, Nonkululeko Mlaba and Simoné Kruger who all have what it takes to rise to a winning 2022 #GoGirls!

Sunett Muller Aims for Equality and Equity in Sport

Western Cape Netball Federation’s Disciplinary Committee chairperson, Sunett Muller’s vision is to see gender equality and equity in sport to level the playing field and give women the opportunity to fulfil their sporting dreams. Photo: Supplied

Western Cape Netball Federation’s Disciplinary Committee chairperson, Sunett Muller’s vision is to see gender equality and equity in sport to level the playing field and give women the opportunity to fulfil their sporting dreams
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Amanda Dlamini Bags New role at SAFA

Former Banyana Banyana captain and gsport award winner, Amanda Dlamini, has been announced as the new Corporate Manager of the South African Football Association (SAFA). Photo: Amanda Dlamini (Instagram)

Former Banyana Banyana captain and gsport award winner, Amanda Dlamini, earns new role as Corporate Manager of the South African Football Association.

Karen Smithies and Xolile Mabuza Get ICC Mentorship Nod

Long-serving Titans Cricket team manager Karen Smithies has been chosen for an International Cricket Council mentorship programme, which is designed to integrate a lot more women into the sport. Photo: Momentum Multiply Titans (Twitter)

Long-serving Titans Cricket team manager, Karen Smithies, along with Xolile Mabuza, will be aiming to integrate a lot more women into the sport as they have been chosen for an International Cricket Council mentorship programme #GoGirls