Springbok Women’s Sevens coach Renfred Dazel has named his team for the Dubai Sevens next weekend, and the team features a mix of experience with four new faces, the uncapped quartet looking forward to their turn to wear South Africa’s green and gold
Chad’s Recurve mixed team of Martine Abaifouta Hallas Maria and Israel Madaye were crowned African champions after beating Cote d’Ivoire in the gold medal final at the 2023 African Archery Championships in Nebeul, Tunisia
gsport is delighted to announce the ten South African individuals and teams unveiled as its October’s Newsmakers, who now join those already in consideration for national acclaim at gsport’s year-end gsport Annual List, early in December.
op rower Courtney Westley has qualified for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games in the Women’s Single Sculls (W1X) at the African continental qualifications, at the 2023 World Rowing African Olympic and Paralympic Regatta in Tunis, Tunisia, from 23-26 October, 2023.
The Springbok Women Sevens team have won the Rugby Africa Women’s Sevens crown after beating Kenya by 12-7 in a tightly contested final, after beating Zambia 31-0 earlier on the day to contest the final in Tunisia on Sunday
Former Proteas netball player Sikholiwe ‘Sne’ Mdletshe has been selected as the only uncapped player in the 12-member Springbok Women’s Sevens squad for the Rugby Africa Women’s Sevens Olympics 2024 Qualifier in Tunisa on 14 and 15 October
Ons Jabeur celebrated her 5th WTA title with a commanding straight sets victory over up-and-coming Diana Shnaider in the Ningbo Open final on Saturday, marking her first-ever hardcourt title victory.
History-maker Angella Okutoyi’s maiden professional win at W15 Monastir makes her the first Kenyan player, male or female, to claim an ITF World Tennis Tour title!
Team South Africa’s Alexandra Ennis and Ziyanda Gwamanda clinch silver in the women’s doubles rowing event at the 2023 African Beach Games
South Africa’s Karate (Kata) team secure bronze at the second edition of the African Beach Games in Hammamet, Tunisia.
The 17th African Artistic Gymnastics Championships returns to South Africa, where 8 countries will battle for continental glory at Heartfelt Arena in Tshwane from 25-27 May 2023.
Tunisia’s Ons Jabeur announces she will not defend her title at the WTA Madrid Open after withdrawing with a calf injury.
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