TUT Crowned 2021 Volleyball SA Club Champions

TUT beat Tuks to earn the 2021 VSA Club Championships title at John Barrable Hall in Benoni as eight teams battled each other for an opportunity to represent South Africa at The Zonal Club Championships. Photo: Sport TUT (Twitter)

TUT beat Tuks 3-0 to earn the 2021 Volleyball SA Club Championships title at John Barrable Hall in Benoni as eight teams battled each other for an opportunity to represent South Africa at The Zonal Club Championships.

Best Man: Steven Ball Punts Equal Opportunities at TuksSport

TuksSport Director and acting High-Performance CEO, Steven Ball, officially takes up office on 1 March, 2021. Photo: TuksSport (Twitter)

Newly-appointed TuksSport Director and acting HPC CEO, Steven Ball, plans to elevate the university’s system to provide all athletes with equal opportunities. He chats about his journey and aspirations for Olympic-bound student-athletes.

Musonda Eyes Top 10 Ranking and World Cup Qualification

Mary-Anne Musonda

Zimbabwe Captain, Mary-Anne Musonda, is determined to play her part in turning things around for women’s cricket in Zimbabwe. Her dream is to lead the national team to a World Cup and to become one of the top 10 women’s players in the world

Wits Qualify for First Varsity Football Tournament

Wits University head coach, Nthabeleng Modiko and captain, Thelma Mahlangu, speak on their excitement on qualifying for next year’s Varsity Women’s Football tournament and claiming third position at the recently concluded USSA campaign

UP-Tuks Claim Inaugural Varsity 7s Title

UP-Tuks comfortably beat UFH 46-0 to claim the inaugural Varsity Women’s 7s title in a final that was dominated by the Stripe Generation at Pirates Rugby Club on Saturday afternoon

Varsity Football Teams Ready to Pounce

Varsity Football action will begin today in Potchefstroom as the eight participating teams have revealed their playing personnel with each side able to name up to 26 players

Varsity Sports Welcomes Sevens Festival

Varsity Sports has announced that four Varsity Women’s Sevens teams will feature in a new tournament at the Pirates Rugby Club in Johannesburg in October, as it pioneers the way for women’s sports in South Africa