Youth hockey star, Onthatile Zulu, is living her hockey dream, as she tells Nonto Nothana about her rise from Varsity Cup to the Team SA Olympic squad. #WCW
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Sasol-sponsored Banyana Banyana secure two international friendlies against Zambia and Botswana in preparation for the 2022 CAF Africa Women’s Cup of Nations qualifiers, later this year.
As we commemorate Human Rights Day and celebrate the impact of Charlotte Mannya Maxeke, gsport salutes 10 Women in Sport who are successfully pursuing their education and academic goals as they follow in the footsteps of this fearless icon and activist.
Blue Bulls Rugby Union elects University of Pretoria’s Professor Susan Adendorff as the first woman Vice-President. She chats about her historic appointment.
2020 Momentum gsport Awards Public Choice winner, Awande Malinga, is hoping to repay the faith her support group have shown with an eye-catching performance at this month’s Growthpoint Nationals.
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.
Rising hockey player Edith Molikoe is keeping a positive outlook on life, as she pursues her goal of representing South Africa at the Olympic Games in Tokyo next year. The young athlete chats to Celine Abrahams about her journey and future aspirations.
Michaela Whitebooi has broken boundaries in judo and plans to go even further than her double African success in 2019, as she tells Celine Abrahams about her dream to participate in the Olympics.
Youth Olympic Rhythmic Gymnast, Shannon Gardiner, is targeting a successful comeback after suffering a knee injury, which hampered her chances of qualifying for the Tokyo Olympics. She chats to Celine Abrahams about her journey, studying Law and plans to grow gymnastics in South Africa.
As she eyes out a potential spot at the 2021 Olympic Games in Tokyo, South Africa’s most decorated sprint canoeist, Bridgitte Hartley, reflects on her career that has spanned more than a decade and a half.