Former Springbok Physiotherapist, Dr Tanushree Pillay, is thankful for her new venture as she joins Paris Saint-Germain football club, after signing her official employment contract this week.
Rugby World Cup winning Springboks dietician, Zeenat Simjee, believes it is important for sports teams to invest in dieticians for athlete development. In this profile interview with with Koketso Kgogome, she reflects on her journey and addresses the common misconceptions about her profession.
2020 Cricket South Africa Mini Cricket Coordinator of the Year award winner, Mercia Baatjies, transitioned from cricket player to administrator and is currently developing future Proteas Women stars.
Seasoned sports broadcaster, Thabiso Sithole, has watched gsport grow from the very beginning and has contributed significantly to our journey of telling Proudly South African stories. He raises the flag for women’s sport in this passionate interview about his career.
Cricket South Africa Media Manager, Sipokazi Sokanyile, is playing a significant role in the media game, which has seen her journey from intern to international media star. She chats to Celine Abrahams about her love for cricket and her passion to see women in sport thriving.
In 2019, Rene Naylor won a World Cup medal, over a decade after becoming the first woman physiotherapist of the men’s Springbok rugby team. She speaks to Celine Abrahams about the challenges of breaking new ground, leaving the job she loves to focus on motherhood, and coming back to achieve her greatest sporting high.
The three-test SPAR Challenge Netball Series fixtures between the SPAR Proteas and the England Roses has been announced for the end of November
A new-look for the renamed Insect Science Classic will see both experienced and inexperienced mountain biker rides take on the trails in Limpopo and Gauteng in November
Springbok Sevens captain Zintle Mpupha says the team is still in high spirits as they arrived back in Cape Town on Tuesday with gold medals around their necks after claiming the Rugby Africa Women’s Sevens crown in Tunisia
The Kruger sisters, Zoe and Isabella made a strong start to their Lagos Open tournament beating Chiraz Bechru and Valeriya Strakhova, respectively, on Wednesday to reach the round of 16 in Nigeria