World Cup Winner Zeenat Simjee Champions Sports Nutrition

2019 Springboks Rugby World Cup winning dietician, Zeenat Simjee, is on a mission to drive awareness on the importance of sports teams investing in dieticians for athlete development. Photo: Springboks (Twitter)

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.

Benny Bonsu: Becoming Africa’s Olivia Pope

Ghana-born global sports broadcasting trailblazer, Benny Bonsu, is known as the Oprah of Sport because of her witty, straight to the point interviewing style. She tells Kass Naidoo about her passion for mentoring and her wish to be Africa’s Olivia Pope.

Online Training Changes Face of Tuks Netball Coaching

Kaitlyn Ramduth pictured with her U18 Singles Title at the Wilson Mini 3 Tournament. Photo: Wilson Tennis

The COVID-19 lockdown has changed the face of coaching, with online training taking off. Head of Tuks Netball, Jenny van Dyk, is eager to continue this trend post lockdown as she tells Celine Abrahams about the value that online coaching has added to the team’s programmes.

Nike Says Yes to Women in Sport

SA surfer Roxy Louw says Yes to Nike Women’s Here I Am campaign, during the influencer launch in Cape Town on 19 February 2008. In addition to the physical benefits, […]

Poor Refereeing Costs Banyana

With further concern about unfair refereeing to SA’s detriment, Banyana Banyana return from Angola having lost the first leg of their home-and away qualification process for participation in Algeria’s All […]