University of Johannesburg’s LLB-Law graduate, Zanele Leon’s greatest ambition is to become a well-respected Sports Law attorney and SARU Accredited Agent, focusing on positively impacting sports laws in the country #WCW
Former TuksSport athlete, Cara Hendricks, is looking forward to achieving her international football dream, recently scoring a sought-after scholarship to study at Tennessee Wesleyan University through the Aspire Atlantic Scholarship in the United States #SundayRead
South Africa’s leading wheelchair tennis star, Kgothatso Montjane, will be looking forward to making the most of Roland Garros in the doubles semi-final round. #GoGirls
2021 Artistic Swimming Duet National Champions, Laura Strugnell and Clarissa Johnston, are aiming to set South Africa’s highest score in the sport and pave the way to keep Mzansi’s Artistic Swimming a permanent feature at the Summer Olympics. #ChooseDay
Confirmation that the Rugby World Cup Sevens 2022 in Cape Town will take place next year from September, with the Imbokodo hosting automatic qualifiers, defending World Champions New Zealand, France, Australia and USA, and 11 regional qualifiers
2021 Growthpoint Junior Nationals U14 and U16 winners, Donna le Roux and Lilitha Ndungane, earn all-expenses paid trip to represent South Africa at the WTA Future Stars global final in Shenzhen, China. #GoGirls
South African Olympian, Wenda Nel, is aiming to compete at the second Games of her 12-year athletics career and is currently on course to earn qualification. In this interview with Celine Abrahams, she chats about recovering from Covid-19 and reveals athletes’ struggles with financial support.
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.
World Rugby continues to show commitment to boost the women’s side of the sport after announcing a lucrative annual global 15s competition model supported by a dedicated Women in Rugby commercial programme.
Former Banyana Banyana player turned corporate star, Lydia Monyepao, is a sports leader on the rise. Recently making the shortlist for the SAFA CEO position has inspired this change maker to dream bigger, as she tells Celine Abrahams.