High spirited and passionate sports lover, Blanche Conradie is fast making a name for herself in the sports administration field. Whilst being involved in high performance sports, her love for student sports over the past few years, has allowed her to make a positive difference in her students/cricketer’s lives.
A triumphant end to a well-fought tournament final encounter between two powerhouses in University Water Polo saw Maties defeat Tuks to earn the 2021 USSA Women’s crown
Tennis player Olerato Monareng’s greatest ambition is to one day open an academy and develop future stars as coach. She chats to Tlamelo Kganakga about her passion for the sport #MondayMotivation
Tuks win fourth straight USSA Women’s Hockey title after beating Maties in a pulsating final, which needed a penalty shoot-out to determine the winner. #GoGirls #ChooseDay
Leading football referee Akhona Makalima, passionate football supporter Mamello Makha and athlete turned administrator, Kesa Molotsane up for #gsport16 Style Star of the Year award #SheOwnsHerSuccess
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
USSA Physiotherapist and owner of MOVE, Kayla Richards, is eagerly awaiting the Olympic Games to practice her craft once again. She chats about her passion for sport and irons out the misconceptions about the industry.
Following grueling trials, an injury and food poisoning, Tumi Mahloko’s resilience has seen her overcome the odds, earning herself a selection into the U21 SA Netball squad which will be going to the 2021 Netball World Youth Cup
Kovsies Netball team captain, Sikholiwe Mdletshe, believes she can inspire young girls in underprivileged communities through her initiative, Girls Got Game. She also tells gsport Member, Mandisa Ntuli, about her netball journey and the support needed leading up to the 2023 Netball World Cup.
Zinzi Chabangu chats about setting a new national women’s triple jump record beating Patience Ntshingila’s eight-year spell